Two college girls. Two very different paths.
Just in time for the new election cycle comes a novel that gives new meaning to having a skeleton in your closet. Hurricane Days, my second novel, is about a GOP rock star who’s about to seal up her party’s nomination when a shocking blast from her past threatens to destroy everything.
Fans of the beloved ‘80s show, Designing Women, may see a little “Julia Sugarbaker” in Governor Robin Sanders, the polar opposite of her secret love, Adrienne Austen, the wild musician who never could play by the rules.
Governor Robin Sanders is the conservative Georgia darling of the upcoming Republican presidential primary. The daughter of a state legislator, Robin is running on a traditional values platform. The governor’s skeletons are buried so deeply that even the media hasn’t been able to uncover them—until now. Poised for victory, a breaking scandal threatens not only her election chances but everything she’s worked toward for years.
Adrienne Austen was Robin’s college roommate, best friend and lover. Now a successful out-and-proud musician, Adrienne has watched Governor Sanders’ rise to fame with increasing irritation.
Before the final debate, a dramatic reunion between Robin and Adrienne leads to shocking revelations. The two nearly destroyed each other once. Can they survive these new Hurricane Days?