Lady Jane's Salon OC

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Vickie Crum ~ February 9, 2015

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Vicki Crum will read from her novel Loving Luc.

Maggie McAllister’s short, troubled marriage ended in tragedy the night her husband splintered his sailboat on a submerged reef. Remnants of David’s bloody clothing were found in the wreck, but his body was never recovered. Now, six months later, Maggie has come to terms with her shock and grief, but guilt over the contentious state her marriage was in at the end still haunts her.
When a beguiling stranger from David’s past shows up on her doorstep and then manages to insinuate himself into her life, Maggie is forced to deal with an intense, unwanted attraction to the man, and worse, she can’t shake the feeling that Luc is hiding something, that he knows a lot more about David’s fate than he’s willing to admit. Despite Maggie’s best effort to remain indifferent to Luc, she finds herself falling in love with him. Little does she know that the very act of loving Luc sets Maggie up as a pawn in a battle between good and evil—a battle being waged by entities from another world—with Maggie as the ultimate prize.

vicki crumA member of the Orange County Chapter of Romance Writers of America since 1997, Vicki Crum has served on the board of OCC as Programs Director, co-Chaired the Ways and Means Committee, and worked as coordinator for special OCC author receptions. She writes contemporary romance, paranormal romance, and contemporary romance with an other-worldly flair.

Vicki lives near the ocean in Southern California with her husband of 39 years. She has two grown daughters and two adorable grandchildren, Bella and Jackson, who are the absolute joys of her life.

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