Tami Brothers

Biography

Tami Brothers always wanted to live a fun, sexy and exciting life. But when her clumsiness left her with an aversion to high heels, her fear of wardrobe malfunctions cut out those plunging necklines, and her skydiving instructor politely suggested she take up golf; she decided the only way to keep from breaking her neck would be to write about such a life.

When she’s not glued to her desk typing her “adventures” she’s a wife, mother, Program Manager, runner, reader, scrapbook creator, dog walker, lizard feeder, fish watcher, turtle tank washer and Snow White to the evil queen that runs her house (the rescue kitty who has gladly taken over the castle). In her spare time, she can be found packing a hammer as she attempts to assist her husband and son in building their new house.

If you’d like to read more about Tami, hop over to her blog to see what crazy thing is happening next. http://tamibrothers.blogspot.com/

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Books

In Her Wildest Dreams
By
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 33,220. Language: English. Published: July 22, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
(5.00 from 1 review)
A fling. That’s all it was supposed to be. But then he changed the rules. How does a divorced, single mother rationalize a short fling with one of Atlanta’s Hottest Bachelors? By telling herself no one would ever know, and since he's moving, she would never see him again. What could go wrong?
Drool Worthy
By
Price: Free! Words: 4,180. Language: English. Published: October 23, 2011. Category: Fiction » Romance » Short stories
(4.38 from 8 reviews)
Will all-work-and-no-play keep Marianne from finding a great guy? Or will the pastry chef be in exactly the right place when opportunity walks through the front door?

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Smashwords book reviews by Tami Brothers

  • The Clever Detective: Story 1 (A Fairy Tale Romance) on Aug. 09, 2011

    A little Alice in Wonderland. A showing by the three little pigs. A peek at the golden goose. A little rivalry with Bo Peep. Linsey Lanier’s The Clever Detective is a grown-up’s trip down memory lane. We follow Detective Stacey Alexander as she meets with a potential client at an address that turns out to be a hollow tree with a door carved in its side. She soon finds herself hurtling down a dark tunnel and landing at the feet of her client, King Thrugood. This begins a trip through some of our favorite fairy tales as Stacey sets out across the Kingdom to find the missing Prince. Ms. Lanier has a fun, flirty voice that had me thinking of the old black and white detective movies where the detective’s voice gives the audience a play by play of the story. The author combined this technique with the fairy tale world to create a fun and unique short story that left me smiling all the way through. If you’re looking for a temporary getaway that’s light and easy to read or one that leaves you with a good feeling about the world we live in, The Clever Detective will take you to that place. Kudos to the author.
  • Clever is as Clever Does: Story 2 (A Fairy Tale Romance) on Aug. 09, 2011

    Detective Stacey Alexander continues her adventure in the Thrugood kingdom in Clever is as Clever Does. After dating for a few months, Stacey is ready to hear those three little words from the sexy Prince. But the Prince has yet to say them. Along comes Wenceslas, a Saint Bernard sized rabbit dressed in a plaid coat and tie and speaking with a Brooklyn accent. He enlists Stacey’s help in solving a murder at the home of the Seven Dwarfs. She jumps at the chance to distract herself from her dilemma. But this open and shut case turns complicated when a gang of biker pigs turn up as the lead suspects. After a girl fight with a wicked Queen in Jane Fonda workout clothes and a run in with a magic mirror, Stacey solves the case. Now the only thing left to do is revive Snow White with a kiss from a Prince and life will go on. But that means letting go of the one thing she wants most. Linsey Lanier’s snarky voice shines through in her latest Detective short story. The author kept the grown-up fairy tale light and humorous all the way to the end, leaving the reader with a sense that all is right with the world. I can’t wait to read the next phase in Prince Chad and Detective Stacey’s romance.