sisters’ to-do list:
dead end marriage…check.
stolen property…handled it.
to a new city…no problem.
family business and start over…piece of cake.
current relationship because it’s going too well…of course.
up beside the one person you should never hook-up with, under any
circumstances…oh, hell no.
has its own plan:
and Savannah find that a fresh start in New Orleans doesn’t necessarily mean
old flames and old habits intend to stay behind. The thrill of the chase is
half the fun, but when self-sabotage is the catch of the day, trust issues and
hang-ups may end the game before it begins.
when you’re a Dubois, you don’t just hide your crazy…
lock it up and throw away the key.
Hang-ups is the third book in the eight novella Swamp Bottom series. It is
recommended that you read them in order to get the full experience.
a small cliffhanger. However, a new novella is published every 5-7 weeks, so
you don’t have to wait long for your next installment of these sassy Southern
Ware is an indie author living in Portland, Oregon. Her days consist of working
at her real-life job in the financial field and taking care of her young
daughter. Writing is not her only passion, K.A. also serves on the Board
Directors for a local non-profit and spends way too much time reading. She
believes in the power of words, alpha females, and that special escape you get
when you hunker down into a good book.
she’s not busy mothering, working, writing, or reading she enjoys spending time
with family and friends and embracing the weirdness that is Portland. K.A.
loves music, so if you find yourself at a metal show in Portland —take a look
around— she’s the crazy redhead head-banging at the front.
Kenborn writes romance novels full of danger, snarky banter, lovable bad boys,
and damsels NOT in distress. She loves delving into the twisted mind of a dark
villain while shocking readers with unpredictable plot twists.
is a true Southern girl from Eastern North Carolina, who grew up on sweet tea
and front porches. She says “y’all,” “fixin’ to,” and should you deserve it
will “bless your heart.” She’s the mother of three hyperactive and occasionally
adorable children and the wife to an understanding husband who tolerates her
chaotic writer’s cave.
reading is her passion, she can usually be found taking notes during true crime
shows, effectively freaking out everyone in the room. A domestic rebel, Cora
admits to being a horrible cook, swears she’s allergic to laundry, and believes
she’s more dangerous with a hot glue gun than any weapon on earth. Oh, and she
and autocorrect are mortal enemies.
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