“I prefer my love stories with a hint of thrill. This was really fun to read.”
—Nancy T. Gonzales, Rochester, New York
“Mysteries with a side of romance are my kind of reads. I’m happy this did not disappoint.”
—Lynne R. Stocker, Red Bud, Illinois
“Far from the sugary sweet love stories I’m used to, this was refreshing to read.”
—Nadine B. Long, Tucson, Arizona
About the book
Love is its own kind of thrill.
An avid fan of love and mystery stories, Myrna Sego has always wanted to share her take on the two genres. Her book showcases both.
Packed with romance, chills, and thrills, Love and Fear is sure to bring you on the edge of your seats through six different short stories that are out to excite and entice.
The grassy rolling hills were the last thing Staci Harrison saw through her rearview mirror as she drove away from the only home she had ever known. The cattle ranch her father had brought her mother to soon after their marriage was no longer going to be a part of her life.
Dana sat in her living room in total shock. Sara thought it best if she stayed with Dana for the night. She was in no shape to be left alone. Under the circumstances, she could go into premature labor. The last thing Dana needed at a time like this was to lose her baby. It was all she had left of David.
My God, she thought, What was that all about? Did that really happen or was it a dream? Dare she tell anyone? They’d think she was nuts. A lot of older women were becoming single mothers, so she could probably get around that. She liked John. If she told him, he would think she was some kind of a kook and he’d leave, and she didn’t want him to. She went to sleep after deciding she would keep this experience to herself for a while.