From the first scene depicting Lori Wheeler’s frustration with the criminal justice system, Carol McPhee captures the reader. Turmoil and guilt abound, but Lori’s courage and spunk see her through. Rand McCormick strives to bring down criminals with single-mindedness until he sees Lori. Her dislike and distrust of police compel him to show her how wrong she is. Danger, conflict, and suspense abound in this captivating romance between a woman who believes her dreams of love died with a car crash and a Mountie whose dedication makes love a complication he doesn’t need. A great adventure for a stormy night or a sunny day at the beach.
Cindy Vallar, editor
Pirates and Privateers
and author of The Scottish Thistle
Carol's writing began in 1997 when a story kept circulating in her head on a long drive from Nova Scotia, her home province, to Ottawa. She thought if she wrote it down it would disappear, little knowing it would become a fixation to not only finish it, but get it published as Scotian Run on Highway7.com.
Her husband encouraged her to write another and another and showed his support by teaching her what she needed to know writing on computers. Means To An End is the fourth of her novels to be published by Wings ePress.
You may contact Carol at RR#2 Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada, B2N 5B1 or at her website’s guestbook: http://carolmcphee.webs.com