NEON PINK OR CHARTREUSE? SIX SENTENCE SUNDAY

Posted: October 1, 2011 in Uncategorized

It’s that time again – new cover and the release is getting SO close!  I’m also excited to give you a taste of my website – just went live. It’ll be a work in progress and a lot of fun so take a look at tell me what you think. I always love to hear from you.

Let’s see what Nicky has gotten herself into this time…

PINKED – RELEASING OCTOBER 17TH FROM REBEL INK PRESS

Nicky pulled into the short drive leading to Leopard Pointe’s gated entrance and the flashing neon sign hit her squarely in the eyes. The red vibrant letters sparkled a little dance complete with a stripper glowing in fluorescent chartreuse. How many times had she told Fred and Barney that they couldn’t keep the flashing glow ball of hell — as the Architectural Chair called the oversized glowing piece — going after midnight? The well lit sign was so large everyone who cruised down the road could see the colorful hues easily. So could the cops. Yep, her friendly boys in blue knew her by her first name.

BLURB

When Community Association Manager Nicky French received a call about one of her communities in the middle of the night, she knew something serious was up. Finding the developer of Leopard’s Pointe impaled on the iron pool gates surrounded by a sea of inflatable pink flamingoes, Nicky was stunned to find bonfires raging and the community rejoicing. William Barrington was the brilliant designer of the upscale multi-use community, yet apparently everyone wanted him dead. And there were too many suspects to name including every single homeowner in the community and his two sons.

For rough and tumble Detective Tyler Deverall to be called to a scene of a murder in the middle of the night was nothing unusual. And given the only thing keeping the owners from partying all night long and celebrating thus hindering his investigation was Nicky French’s tough stance, Tyler was intrigued.

As Nicky and Tyler set out to find the murderer, builders begin to drop like flies with each murder becoming more horrific and comical than the last. Set against the backdrop of Chesterfield County, Virginia, enter the realm (and sometimes nightmare) of one very special homeowner’s association – where living can be dangerous to your health. As Nicky and Tyler delve into the wild world of spray painted flowers, kinky sex, neon signs and a tango with the mafia, they soon learn that their understanding of humanity will never be the same. Who knew a glue gun could be such an effective murder weapon?

What do you think? Worthy of read? You’ll have fun!

Ciao

Dakotah

 

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Comments
  1. Sensational six! This sounds like a great story~will look for it on the 17th!

  2. When the cops know you by your first name, you best hope it’s for the good reasons- great 6

  3. Laura Harner says:

    Fred and Barny…LMAO! Love it, hon! Great Six, as always…

    Laura

  4. Interesting story. Fred and Barney stopped me too! Funny. This looks like a fun read.

  5. Jennifer Lowery~Writer says:

    Absolutely worth the read! Great six!

  6. Randi Alexander says:

    Hey, Dakota, Pinked sounds like a wild, fun book. Great six!

  7. Siobhan Muir says:

    And just why is she going there? Great six! 🙂

  8. SammyJo Hunt says:

    Nicely done! Sounds like trouble…

    SammyJo

  9. I love the part about the cops knowing her by first name. Great six!

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