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Minnesota Fiction Writers anthology of love stories. Available now!
After a nasty divorce, Tibby Beachem wants a predictable, tidy life with no surprises. So when she's fished out of the lake by a man who stirs unwanted desires, she's shaken. It takes a little girl to teach her that if she wants the prize, she's got to take a risk.
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I hope you enjoy visiting my site and discovering my books.
I write books that I love to read. They're multi-layered stories with family drama, plenty of action, and lots of romance and suspense. My characters are women determined to take charge of their lives in a time when society spurned independent women. Through the many trial and struggles of my characters, one thing becomes clear. Love and family have a way of making a person stronger and better.
Stay turned for more details on a new romantic suspense entitled Freefall. I hope to see it published in 2018.
Best of wishes to all of you. Thanks for your support and interest.
A blend of mystery and romance
What the readers are saying about Joyce's books ...
A Deadly Truth - "A thoroughly enjoyable murder mystery!"
InD'Tale Magazine, September, 2013
A Burning Truth - "Wonderfully written historical fiction novel filled with mystery, suspense and romance, making it appealing to any reader." Jaidis Shaw, May, 2014
A Burning Truth - "This novel is sure to please a wide range of readers."
Laurie's Thoughts, September, 2014
A Wicked Truth - "Fans of historical mysteries with a taste of romance should enjoy this book immensely.
Definitely Recommended." Long and Short Reviews, October, 2015
A Wicked Truth - "I am confident that once you read about Cady and Doyle you will become hooked." Tammy's Teatime Blog, October, 2015
Eliza - "The story had enough twists and turns to keep me interested to the last page."