What would you do if one day all of your dreams came true?
Melissa ‘Lissa’ Loring was a successful author. She was happy living in her home at the base of the
mountains in Tucson with her assistant, Hannah Mills. First the phone call came; they wanted to make
one of her books into a movie. Within six months, she was flying out to Los Angeles and talking with the
studio about the final script and a list of actors to play the roles. Excited about her lunch meeting, she
was shocked when her muse for one of the characters walked in and sat down at the table with her.
Will Martinsson was riding high on his fame and loving every minute of it. He traveled the world meeting
his legions of fans and could pick which roles he wanted. When the script was presented to him, he read
it and was intrigued. Then he found out that the author had modeled the character after him, so he
searched out information on her and his interest was piqued. He told the studio he wanted in, but he
also wanted to meet her before he would sign on the dotted line.
When two independent, successful people meet and have a strong connection, there is nothing they can
do but see where the dream takes them.
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M. Stratton is an
International Amazon bestselling author in the romantic suspense and mystery suspense categories for
her debut novel After the Storm. She is a self-proclaimed dork that loves to make people laugh and can
trip over nothing. Her inner rock star is always on stage performing to a sold out crowd but is quiet and
shy on the outside.
She lives with her husband and son in Arizona, which is a big
difference from where she grew up north of Chicago Illinois. As an only child she learned to tell herself
stories to make the long winters go by quicker while dreaming of summer vacations. Now as an adult
she still makes up stories to pass the time, but now she writes them down to share with other
When not writing you can find M. watching football (Go Bears!),
NASCAR, or classic movies, watching her husband and father restore classic cars, and seeing who can be
sillier, her or her son, and of course reading.