Jennifer McKenzie, published author of Romance/Mystery novels and avid reader of Deadliest Reports has written a new novel that becomes available tomorrow, September 1st! “Deadliest Catch” fans may be interested in knowing that “Heart of the Storm” has an Alaskan theme to the degree that it may make your heart go pitter-patter…
“Eight years ago, Charlene Henderson lost her brother to The Bering Sea. Leaving home, family and the only man she ever loved, she ran to California to forget. Now, one of her brother’s deck hands has shown up in a Arizona prison alive and well. What happened to her brother? Charlene has to go back to Alaska to find out. Ethan Shannon never forgot Charlene, though she left without saying goodbye. Now Charlene and Ethan must work together to find out what happened to her brother.”
Being a big fan of the show “Deadliest Catch” since the start, Jennifer could not help but think of some of those well-known fishermen and boats as she penned the first of what will become a series of Alaska-themed novels by publisher, Whiskey Creek Press Torrid. On her latest post, Jennifer’s written a list of “little known facts” on her new work, “Heart of the Storm” and here are just a couple tidbits…
–Cal is based on Blake from “The Deadliest Catch”
I pictured him the whole time. I don’t think I did Blake justice however. Read it and you decide.
–The Celtic Rose is based on The Northwestern
I loved The Northwestern on “The Deadliest Catch”. It’s a beautiful boat.
A romance novel that takes place in Alaska, with an element of mystery? Not a bad way to pass the time til “Deadliest Catch”, season 4. It’ll be on sale September 1st at Whiskey Creek Press Torrid