Secrets in the Sand
Fifty Gone Wild Series #3
June 2, 2014
Available in: e-Book
Two-time divorcee Kristin Mayer moved to Wet Sands, North Carolina, to be near her sister. Her fixer-upper comes as a bargain due to an eight year old murder that stifles sales. But Kristin packs heats and she’s fine with a bygone crime.
Chase Holloman is intent on protecting his grown daughter who as a child was accused of murdering their neighbor. Now, another murder has pulled her back into police crosshairs.
Meeting Kristin rocks Chase’s world. Yet as Kristin plows through her home renovation, she finds mysteries deepening with every uncovered wall.
Long-suppressed secrets come to life, forcing Chase and Kristin to reassess their lives as bodies pile up. Can they clear Chase’s daughter and remove the obstacles between them and real love?
Candice Poarch takes pride in crafting believable stories featuring African-American heroes and heroines. The characters in her books demonstrate a strong sense of community and family support. She firmly believes that everyday life in America (whether small town or major metropolitan city) has its own rich rewards. She also likes telling stories that will leave today’s busy reader feeling refreshed and hopeful—not always an easy task, she says, but well worth the challenge.
Her fourteenth book, BITTERSWEET, (Dafina, July, 2006) deals with the heart, family, extended family and community. "I really enjoyed Bittersweet... romance, comedy, mystery and intrigue...I would definitely recommend Bittersweet as a book club selection." —Karen Monroe, Woman2Woman Book Club member. Candice Poarch’s fifteenth book, SWEET SOUTHERN COMFORT, will be published by Kimani Press in November, 2006.
A native of Stony Creek, a small town in Southern Virginia, Candice Poarch holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physics from Virginia State University. Formerly a computer systems manager, writing is now her full-time career. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, Multicultural Romance Writers, and Washington Romance Writers, where she served as publicity coordinator for three years and worked on market news for two years. Investing is her favorite hobby. She particularly wishes to teach children the value of investing, feeling that children can use these skills to help provide them with financial security and confidence in their adult lives.
Ms. Poarch is married and has three children. She currently lives in Springfield, Virginia.