An Amazon reviewer says, "Alice Orr is a brilliant writer who has a Number One best seller hidden in her pocket. I look forward to more of her work." I say “Thanks!” I love to write. Especially romantic suspense novels and blog posts. I’ve been a workshop leader, book editor and literary agent. Now I live my dream of writing full-time. I’ve published thirteen novels and four novellas – both traditionally and independently – plus a memoir so far. I wrote my nonfiction book, No More Rejections, as a gift to the writers' community I cherish. A revised edition is now in progress. Amazon says, "This book has it all." About my romantic suspense, Amazon says, "Alice Orr turns up the heat." Most of all, I like to hear from readers. Visit my website at www.aliceorrbooks.com. I have two grown children and two perfect grandchildren and I live with my husband Jonathan in New York City.A Wrong Way Home - Riverton Road Romantic Suspense Book 1
Genre Romantic Suspense
Publisher Alice Orr Books
Going home can be dangerous.
Kara Cartwright returns to her hometown on the same night Anthony Benton is murdered. She knowsnothing about that or how it will unhinge her life. She only knows she vowed never to come back to Rivertonor to see Matt Kalli again.
Matt has made a vow of his own. He’ll never forgive Kara – the woman who loved him then betrayed him nine years ago. And he can’t forgive himself for the way she’s stuck in his heart.
All these two have in common is their hatred of Anthony Benton. Now Benton is dead and they could be suspects. People they care deeply about are suspects too. That gives Matt and Kara something else in common – a perilous search for the real killer before he murders again.
A Wrong Way Home is Book 1 in the Riverton Road Romantic Suspense series featuring the Kalli family – and beginning with Book 3 – the Miller family too in stories of danger and romance.
A Wrong Way Home is a free eBook here Amazon.
Alice's 13 Favorite Things
Anything that includes smiles on my grandchildren’s faces.
Sharing close cozy moments with my husband Jonathan.
Being with family – when I’m not too hassled to enjoy it.
Cooking for people I love – when I’m not too hassled to enjoy it.
Laughing with friends.
Laughing with anybody.
Being in the sixth row on the right in our church and feeling blessed.
Remembering my grandmother Alice Jane Rowland Boudiette.
Making up stories and writing them down.
Learning new skills even when they overwhelm me.
Christmas. I believe in Christmas all year long.
New friends. Old Friends. All friends.
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