Monday, March 29, 2010

Disarming Andi by Elizabeth Goddard

This week's feature title is:

Disarming Andi by Elizabeth Goddard
HP 893
ISBN 978-1-60260-756-9

Vance never expected this.

From the back cover:

Vance Young inherits a missile launch site—a relic from the cold war buried beneath the plains of North Dakota—from his great-uncle, a man he never knew. An astronomy fanatic, Vance needs free access to the night skies, so he doesn’t consider staying in the underground dwelling until he meets Andi Nielsen, the woman responsible for remodeling it into a lavish home.

Upon meeting Vance, Andi may have just gotten her second chance to discover what her grandfather hid inside the old missile base decades before when he served as a missileer. Is she prepared to detonate her growing feelings for the new owner in order to find the hidden treasure? And when Vance remotely discovers a cybercrime involving his classified software, can he solve the crime and keep the woman he loves safe?

About Elizabeth:

Elizabeth Goddard is a 7th generation Texans who recently spent five years in beautiful Southern Oregon, which serves as a setting for some of her novels. She is now back in East Texas, living near her family. When she’s not writing, she’s busy home schooling her four children. Beth is the author of several novels and novellas. She’s actively involved in several writing organizations including American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and loves to mentor new writers.

ACK! I completely spaced out for a question of the day!

Which spawns this edit and a question: When was the last time you completely dropped the ball for an appointment or responsibility?

1 comment:

  1. I was scheduled to do some 15 hour time at my college at 9 p.m.--at almost one in the morning while I was studying it hit me that I had forgot to stop by and complete my tasks. I felt so bad.