Romance is in the Air Along With Murder

owls in loveToday is Thursday and so it’s about ROMANCE. But first, here is the answer to last week’s Stupid Criminal story.(because I forgot to post it last Wednesday.) First of all, let’s recap:

Mr. Garcia had just been processed at the police station for drinking beer inside a grocery store. He had no ride home. If you were Mr. Garcia, how would you get home? Would you:

  1. Call your brother, who is wanted by the police and gets arrested when he picks you up?
  2. Steal an ambulance right outside the police station?
  3. Call your parole officer, who reports your conviction to the prison and you get sent back to jail?
  4. Call your mother, who comes to the Police Station and promptly starts whacking you over the head and she gets arrested for disorderly conduct?

It is…drumroll…#2. Here’s the rest of the story:

Mr. Garcia had just been processed at the police station for drinking beer inside a grocery store. He had no ride home and promptly decided to steal an ambulance. Where did he do that? Right outside the police station. The police met him at his home and arrested him again before he got into his house.

Now for Thursday’s Romance Post.

I’m starting a new book, a cozy where romance won’t be the big thing it is in my romantic suspense books. And since I’m hoping it will be a series, the romance will have to be slow in developing. I already have two suspects love interests. One is an assistant chef who has to endure CJ’s — Callie Jane — clumsy attempts in the kitchen. He can’t complain because CJ’s uncle is the top chef. The other is a US Coast Guard Intelligence Officer. He is investigating the murder–and CJ is his main suspect. Of course, she has to prove she’s not the murderer, so that give lots of room for conflict.

At this point, I’m not sure who will end up being the main love interest. Any thoughts on the subject? If so, please share in the comments block. I can use all the help I can get!

 

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About P. T. Bradley

Writer of Inspirational romantic suspense

2 thoughts on “Romance is in the Air Along With Murder

  1. dtopliff says:

    What about it being the ship’s captain who watches the mostly sophomoric antics of the others and swoops in to be the true mature caring hero?

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