People who know me will be shocked. I wrote a Halloween story? Yes! (Usually I’m more of the Christmas and Thanksgiving type.)
Assumption of the Risk is the latest installment in the Legally in Love Collection, but rather than being a sweet, contemporary romance, it’s set in the 1950s with a single woman school teacher who lives at the end of a creepy road. She’s received a threat from an angry student at school, and now…it’s a dark and stormy night.
Is there romance? Yes! Is there a hot lawyer? Of course there is! So you might as well read it. Since it’s free, and it’s only about 20 pages of creepy, love-y fun.
You can get this book free here.
Alone. Unprotected. Afraid.
I really should have found a new guard dog when Voltaire died, especially considering I lived on that abandoned road in that long-vacant farmhouse, the old MacMillan place. How is just a school teacher, surrounded by her few farm animals, supposed to cope when the threats start, wind blows, the power dies, and the knocking begins?
“Intense, with a great twist!” – Megan Oliphant, former editor, Xchyler Publishing
Short story Assumption of the Risk is a Halloween edition of Jennifer Griffith’s top-selling Legally in Love Collection, all stand-alone romantic comedies with legal entanglements.