(Book 2, Redneck Heaven Series)
by Marchelle Wallace
Published by MW Publications
150,000 words/484 pages (eBook and print formats)
Contemporary Romance (Comedy)
Heat Level: Steamy
Smashwords (all formats)
He’s Charmed, She’s Enchanted… (Yep those are their real names)
With names like that do you think you know how this romance ends?
A Moat Monster, A dog named Prince, Twibs and PU’s
Merlyn, Raven, Draco… Do you still think you have it figured out?
Sarah Hells and her Merry band of Misfits just might leave you asking that age old question…
What the Hellsville?
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“Oh God, Gran is circling again, and yep there she goes again. Was that Tim or Ralph that she just goosed?” Enchanted asked, not really expecting an answer, slipping out of Charmed’s embrace to go after her grandmother. He took her hand in his and calmly walked with her to the fringe of the circle where they could help if needed or at least enjoy the show close up.
A waiter came around this time bearing mini cupcakes piled high with purple and pink frosting. Charmed was vaguely aware that someone was tapping a glass for quiet. He grabbed two cupcakes from a passing waiter and held them at the ready for the ensuing toast. Sarah plucked the whole tray from the astonished waiter and rolled her scooter between Betsy and Meredith.
Pamela was trying to sneak out the back like the wise woman everyone knew her to be. Sarah held out her tray for both women to take one of the garish confections. She rolled her scooter out of the way with a smug look on her face. She got up from her seat; put the cupcake tray on the scooter seat she had just vacated and walked over to the two women. Enchanted held her breath waiting to see what Gran had up her sleeve. Before anyone knew what she was doing, she reached a hand out to both women and looked like she was going to pull them into a hug. Instead, she smashed the cupcakes into each woman’s face and told them to get some manners.
“This is a respectable party. Good lord, look at the way you two are behaving, acting like she-devils, cat calling and chick fighting at an engagement party in Heaven. Poor Doctor Petersen and her nice young fella are probably embarrassed to have you both here. In my day, women didn’t go around frenching other women in the bathroom and then move onto a chick fight as soon as they exited the bathroom. What is wrong with you two?” Enchanted groaned and held her head. Meredith laughed and started picking frosting off her nose.
“Gran, don’t go down that road.” Enchanted started.
“Why not Chantilly? You’re the one who said it first. I’m sorry to tell you Charmed, but my granddaughter prefers women; you don’t stand a chance. She thinks the term ‘lesbo’ is offensive too, so I’ll try not to call her that again.” Everyone was laughing at the quaint little old lady outing her granddaughter in public, until she turned to one of their own. “Meredith, honey, does your new husband know you swing both ways? And you Betsy, do you swing both ways too or are you strictly a big tool kind of gal?”
“I am going to feed you to the alligators yet, and I’ll bet the moat monster will not save your sorry ass when I get done telling him about this. How much booze have you had today anyhow?” Enchanted told her smirking grandmother, trying hard not to laugh with her. “Meredith, I’m sorry, I warned you she can’t keep a secret.” She turned to try to explain to the astonished onlookers when Charmed did the only thing he could think of to get the attention off her.
I live in a very small town in Northern Pennsylvania. I am blessed with one of everything... one husband, one son, one daughter, one dog, one cat, and a pet bunny. I have always wanted to be an author and have been writing stories in my head for years.
When not writing, I am a Bookkeeper and Tax Preparer. I enjoy cooking, swimming, crocheting, flowers, wild birds, cute scarecrows (not the scary kind), photography, and the Pittsburgh Steelers. In my spare time, I volunteer at the local senior center, public library as well as various church activities.
I am an avid reader, reading mostly romance, although I am willing to try almost any book that is recommended. I like to be entertained but not scared. My favorite authors are Jennifer Crusie and Janet Chapman. My favorite books are Faking it, Agnes and the Hitman, Bet Me, the Highlander series, The Man Must Marry, and the Magic Series by Patricia rice.
I love country music and listen to it every chance I get. I can be found dancing to the beat everywhere I go. My favorite season is Tax Season.
I am a 2010 and 2011 Participant and Winner of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month www.nanowrimo.org). Participating in NaNoWriMo helped me take two of the stories from my head to the page. It was an awesome experience and I recommend every budding author give it a try.
I am a member of Romance Writer’s of America
Redneck Heaven is the result of Participating in NaNoWriMo 2010.
What the Hellsville? is the result of Participating in NaNoWriMo in 2011.
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