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A short introduction
Department store magnate Clyde Anderson is a cool drink on a hot day and just being near her boss thrills Jonquil like 4th of July fireworks. Fantasies about her secret crush never featured them trapped together in a runaway elevator on America's birthday, but Jonquil's emotions always have had unpredictable effects on her surroundings. Her ingenuity and his courage are the perfect match against mechanical mayhem. Will the holiday's unexpected adventure prove these partners-in-peril are perfectly matched for each other?
Naima Haviland is the author of several short stories, including Independence Day, a sweet holiday-themed romance edited by FirstEditing. She's the published author of the dark fantasy anthology, Night at the Demontorium, and two vampire novels set in South Carolina, Bloodroom and The Bad Death. She takes as inspiration the Southeast United States, including her home in the Florida Panhandle, an ocean paradise with a not-too-distant past full of eccentrics, explorers, pirates, ghosts, and UFOs.rnSign up to Naima's New Release Mailing List at http://eepurl.com/zDa7n. Your email will never be shared and you will only be contacted when a new book is out.
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