Terrorizing Tara (Short Story)

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Terrorizing Tara (Short Story) is the second romantic suspense, short story in the "Tara" series.
Detective Tara Woods comes face to face with a serial killer who wants to make her victim number five. More

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Words: 4,560
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301936687
About Jeri Lynn Stone

I live in a small Arkansas town with my dear husband of thirty-five years. We own a small cattle farm and I work at a large manufacturing plant in the Quality Assurance Department. I own a Candle company called Hot –N- Waxy Candle Co. I handpour each candle out of a shop behind my home. I also own a handcrafted jewelry business called j Stone Creations.
My husband and I love to camp. We live in the center of four beautiful lakes and each are within twenty-five miles from our home. There’s nothing more peaceful than watching a beautiful sunset’s reflection glimmer off the lake’s water.
We're also into antique cars. My husband restored a 1936 Chevy pickup and a 1955 Chevy car. Both were nothing but rust buckets when he began. We go to antique car shows when we have the time.
I love writing Romance Novels. I’ve been writing for about twelve years, now. I'm currently working on my fourth novel.
Thank you for visiting with me. Come back often.

Best wishes,

Jeri Lynn Stone

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Reviews

Review by: Steph Anne on July 02, 2013 :
Told myself I wouldn't download the second Tara short in the same day as trying out the first and risk looking like a crazy super fan--but--oh well. I couldn't help myself and I'm glad I gave in. Hooked and hope there is more in the future. Detective Tara is a kick ass character and I'm going to cross my fingers the next installment will be a full novel.
Again, as with the first short, the pace is fast and the writing is excellent. (Also, flawless editing)
I felt like I was running right along with her and there was a bit of darkness and unflinching descriptions that I appreciated. Highly recommend.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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