About the author

Edna Curry

<p>***&nbsp;</p><p>If you enjoyed this story, I&rsquo;d very much appreciate it if you&rsquo;d take a few minutes to leave a review where you bought it. Thanks!</p><p><strong>About the author:</strong></p><p>Edna Curry lives in Minnesota and often sets her novels there among the lakes, evergreens and river valleys. She especially enjoys the Dalles area of the St. Croix Valley, gateway to the Wild River, which draws many tourists who give her story ideas.&nbsp;</p><p>Edna is married and is a member of the Romance Writers of America and two of its chapters: Kiss Of Death and Northern Lights Writers.</p><p><strong>Visit her webpage and sign up for her newsletter: http://www.ednacurry.com</strong></p><p>Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Edna.Curry.author</p><p>Twitter: @Edna_Curry</p><p><strong>Minnesota Romance novel series by Edna Curry:</strong></p><p>These novels are stand-alone novels that can be read in any order.</p><p>My Sister&rsquo;s Keeper</p><p>Best Friends&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Lost Memories&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Mirror Image</p><p>Hard Hat Man</p><p>Double Trouble&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Flight to Love</p><p>Circle of Shadows</p><p>Secret Daddy&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Never Love a Logger (historical romance)&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>I&rsquo;ll Always Find You&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Meet Me, Darling&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Melange Books</p><p>Wrong Memories</p><p><strong>Lady Locksmith Series:</strong></p><p>The Lilliput Bar Mystery</p><p>Body in the Antique Trunk</p><p>The Missing Banker&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Lacey Summers&rsquo; PI Mystery Series:</strong></p><p>Yesterday&rsquo;s Shadow -Prequel</p><p>Dead Man&rsquo;s Image &nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Dead in Bed &nbsp; &nbsp;</p><p>Eccentric Lady</p><p><strong>Spin-off book:</strong> Earth in 2093</p><p><strong>Non-fiction:</strong></p><p>The Jam of all Jams</p><p>The story of the world&rsquo;s largest logjam ever, that took place at Taylors Falls, Minnesota, in June, 1886.</p>