A new town. A new career. And a new beau.
For Sarah Kingman, it was like starting a new life. After caring for her invalid mother for the past three years, Sarah was back at school pursuing her dream of becoming a registered nurse.
Problem is, at 22 she doesn't have a lot in common with the other students and although the staff at the hospital has accepted her as "one of their own", she's still little more than a volunteer. Long hours of school, studies and working leave little time for making new friends, let alone dating.
That is, until she meets Tony. Cute, charming, exciting in a "bad boy" kind of way. Maybe her luck is looking up, after all.
When Tony starts showing signs of possessiveness and wants to push the relationship faster than she's comfortable with, Sarah decides that maybe it's time to check in with her Aunt Caroline Dawson, an expert who is used to spotting warning signs in people's handwriting.
Sarah knows she's definitely attracted to Tony, but these days a girl can't be too careful.
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This is Book 1 of the Caroline Dawson, Handwriting Expert series
Contains adult sexual situations and language, but no graphic sex.
Approximately 88 pages.
About Caroline Dawson (Handwriting Expert):
After a messy divorce, Caroline Dawson pulled up stakes in Boulder, Colorado, and moved to the isolated Northern California coastal town of Dungeness Cove. The only person she knows when she gets there is her niece, Sarah Kingman, a 22 yr old nursing student working at the local hospital.
Before arriving in California, Carrie (as she prefers to be called) was a handwriting expert, working for the District Attorney's office and various local attorneys. Thanks to the divorce, Carrie is semi-retired. She plans to take a year off, but her handwriting analysis skills are in demand, and she gets dragged into helping to bring closure to cases including blackmail, forgery, murder, and affairs of the heart.