“From the moment Juliet finds a naked man in the shower, to slogging through the Jamaican bush, exploring a cave and finally escaping via an underground river, Marilyn Gardiner keeps the action sizzling. Can Juliet trust Mac—with or without clothes? Without trust, can she let herself love him? This talented author brings the characters and action to life for a thrilling, must-read story. Keep an eye on her. She gets better and better.”
Fran Keighley, Author of
Bed, Breakfast And Beware
Monster In The Moat
My byline has appeared on everything from children’s literature to senior citizen fiction, from news writing to poetry, fiction and non-fiction. I have taught a successful Creative Writing course and been involved in a program teaching adults to read. Credits include Wings ePress, Inc. as well as placing in national contests and a Writing Excellence Award from my college.
I have a loving and supportive husband and two grown daughters, who have given me a total of eight perfect, handsome and intelligent grandchildren. (So says this prejudiced grandmother.) Since my first memory, music and books have been my passion. When I took the SATs, I was the only in my entire 11th grade class who knew the author of Anne Of Green Gables. Music continues to feed my soul. I have sung in choral groups all across the eastern half of the U.S., done solo and ensemble work and am currently a member of a large chorale. Today I have books in every room in my house, and never go out the front door without reading material under my arm. With equal passion, I avoid cooking and cleaning house.