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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Saturday Spotlight ~ KM Daughters

Hello Friends,
Please welcome back to our spotlight KM Daughters with their newest release, Capturing Karma!

K.M. Daughters is the award winning writing team of sisters, Pat Casiello and Kathie Clare. Their penname is dedicated to the memory of their parents: Kay and Mickey Lynch. Pat is married to Nick Casiello and has three children, Jen, Emilie and Brian. Kathie is married to Tom Clare and has two sons, Tom and Michael. She has two grandchildren, Natalie and Michael and a new grandbaby is expected in September. K.M. Daughters’ career began with two book contracts from The Wild Rose Press and White Rose Publishing on the same day – January 26, 2008. Three more book contracts followed in 2008 in three romance genres: Inspirational, Romantic Suspense and Contemporary Romance. The Visions of Love inspirational series features Jewel of the Adriatic and Rose of the Adriatic. The author’s romantic suspense Sullivan Boys series includes: Against Doctors Orders, Beyond The Code of Conduct, Capturing Karma and working titles: All’s Fair In Love and Law and In The St. Nick of Time.

Blurb: Veterinarian Matty Connors’ visions lead her to homicide detective Brian Sullivan again despite her resolve to remain anonymous the past four years. Her official work with the police in California resulted in the brutal murder of her fiancĂ©, a recurrent nightmare she barely survives. The reputed ladies man of the Sullivan family, Brian has never given his heart to a woman until sultry Matty claims it. His black-and-white approach to solving crimes doesn’t jibe with Matty’s spooky pronouncements or her reputation for so-called infallibility. A wild goose chase searching for a murder weapon casts doubt on Matty’s “truths” and threatens their romance. Is Brian her nightmare slayer and ultimate truth? When the puzzle pieces fall in place for Brian, will it be too late to save Matty?

“Hi,” he said, a single syllable that touched off a concussion of illogical pleasure inside her.

“Hi, Brian,” she responded, tamping down the temptation to hug him hello. “How’s the new baby doing?”

“Great, thanks. How’s that bump on your head?”

Matilda touched an edge of one of the butterfly strips over her eyebrow. “Turning every color of the rainbow, but it’s fine.”

He swiveled his head toward the throaty bark of the wolfhound in the corner of the room, then scanned the other occupants in the lounge: primate, feline, porcine, wolfish and human. “Steve told me you’re a great vet.
Looks like you’re pretty swamped here.”

“Shamus and I split the patient load,” she said.

“And Shamus is?”

“My brother. He came for me at the hospital yesterday?”

Brian’s eyes bored into her, a sexy smile twitched the corner of his lips. “Good.”

“And ‘good’ means?”

“The big guy isn’t competition. That’s good.”

“Ah. So we’re clear. What competition would that be?”

The sexy smile twitched again. “For but a smile from sweet Matty,” he lilted in an Irish brogue.

Squelching an impulse to grin, she molded her face serious and parroted a brogue, “Ah but woe to the knave who plies smiles with an untrue heart.”

She grinned now. “What can I do for you, Brian? Did you get an estimate to repair your car?”

“It’s about that letter you brought me. It’s related to a case. We need your help.”

Of course. “I gave you the letter. You know as much as I do. “ Her heart hammered, nothing to do with the pulse acceleration from earlier flirtation. I can’t go further with this case. No matter what I have to stay anonymous.

Capturing Karma is available now from The Wild Rose Press!

For more information on this talented team and their books, visit their website: http://www.kmdaughters.com/

Well folks, looks like that wraps it up for Jan 2010 Saturday Spotlight! Don't worry though, I've got great authors and their books lined up all year!

Until later....take care, God Bless and remember....Faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen. (Hebrews 11:1)


K.M. Daughters said...

Good morning Pam. Thank you again for being such a gracious hostess! And good morning All! We are so pleased to meet you.

Marianne Evans said...

I purchased Capturing Karma today --- looks like such a great read, and I've already enjoyed your other offerings (Jewel and Rose are wonderful!). Here's to many more! Blessings, ladies, and Pam - great blog and guests as always. :-)


Mary Ricksen said...

Good luck with sales. Loved the excerpt!

Donna B said...

Capturing Karma sounds great! Love the excerpt...looks like it's another must have!

Thanks for sharing!

Margaret Tanner said...

Hi Ladies,
Capturing Karma sounds like a great read,I loved the excerpt. Good luck with all your ventures, you are indeed busy ladies.

K.M. Daughters said...

Marianne - THANK YOU!!!!!! We're going "shopping" today for your new release. Here's to sales galore for you. Mary, Donna and Margaret - THANK YOU, TOO! We are so grateful for the encouragement and kind words. To express a sentiment expressed in the first Sullivan Boys Book, Against Doctors Orders - We wish you enough! Blessings Always! And isn't Pam an awesome, talented lady? Yes, she is!