About Love in the City

A few years ago, I was sitting down to write my novel for NaNoWriMo, and I got an idea for a romantic suspense set in a large city, like Chicago or New York. Unfortunately, I don’t know enough about either city to use them without a lot of research, so I decided to come up with my own. It didn’t seem important to give the city a name. It’s a nameless entity “up north” somewhere north of everywhere.

I’ve set a series of novels there and I still haven’t given it a name. It’s never seemed important to do so. No one refers to it by name, it’s always The City in an anonymous sort of reference. The City is, in effect, more of a feeling and backdrop rather than an actual named place. To me, it has taken on its own personality and is as much a character as the people playing across the canvas.

I love my city and I hope that you will love it, and the characters in it, too. Welcome to The City. Enjoy!

Though many books are set here, only one of them has been published so far. Several of them have been shared on my website and you can read them here:

To Buy It Takes a Thief

Others in the Series Are:

Something New

Undercover Lover

Also Shared, But Not Set in the City:

Among the Shine Clan, currently being shared monthly at Cereal Authors

Bad Fall

First Love

Oscar Friedman’s Freakish Occurrence

Sea of Destiny shared at Cereal Authors 


Take a Bite Outta Crime

The Following Were Shared at Sci-Fi and Fantasy by Dellani

There Shall Be Great Rejoicing

Itza Danced

Little White Lie

Gone But Not Forgotten

The Sci-Fi Stories Are Now For Sale in The Lone Wolf Tales.



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