Why would a mystery writer write romance?
Well, as time went on I found writing the romantic scenes within my mysteries became the thing I looked forward to most in writing the books, so to corral that a little I decided to write a separate line of romance. That way, I could put all that "gooshy stuff" readers had begun to notice cropping up all around the murder investigations in one place where it was expected!
Each of my romances are very different from each other, but they are united as a "take me away" immersive emotional experience to exotic locales with character-driven plots and fabulous lovers. Somewhere on Maui was inspired by friends and clients I knew from my home on Maui who were trying internet dating. It has a fun "accidental matchmaker" situation that could easily happen, and it's FREE from 9/4 to 9/8, so I hope you'll grab a copy and get away to Hawaii for one of the last weekends of the summer!
With 4.7 stars on 91 reviews, Somewhere on Maui is a steal for free!
SOMEWHERE ON MAUI
Sometimes only an accidental matchmaker can make lighting strike the people who need it most.
Zoe moves to Maui to live her dream of being an independent journalist walking the beaches of paradise every day—but she never expected to be doing it with just her dog Sylvester. Divorced and heartbroken, and she ends up in therapy.
Adam’s born and bred on Maui, a true “local” who surfs to stay in shape and deal with his many sources of stress: care of his mother, a busy contracting business, and a custody fight for his beloved stepkids. A workplace confrontation sends him to anger management counseling.
Adam and Zoe happen to share a therapist who gives them the same advice: try Internet dating. And though their Crazy Blind Date match-up ignites sparks neither have felt since high school, finding love is complicated. Can Adam and Zoe find a way to live a deeper dream on Maui?
"Heartfelt, rich, inspiring—Neal’s fans will instantly fall in love with the charming cast of Somewhere on Maui."
--Christine Nolfi, author of Treasure Me