Due to Secret Cravings Publishing deciding to close its doors, From Poe to Know will be re-released as Yours Truly by The Wild Rose Press. Release date TBA
Izzie Greene has a job most people would covet. As one of three co-owners of Atlanta-based Grave Catering, she oversees catering and craft services on Poe, the United States’ most popular television show. Her professional life rocks.
Or it did.
Izzie’s dream job turns nightmare when her melodramatic ex-boyfriend unexpectedly arrives on set and only gets worse when she runs afoul of an unethical paparazzo who thrusts her into the world of constant scrutiny, speculation, and half-truths, in part because of her conjectured relationship with Poe’s star, Cardwell Bennett, Hollywood’s actor de jour.
From delinquent ravens and narcissistic leading actress Adriana Godfrey to news-hungry reporters and her demanding cat, Edgar, if Izzie can withstand the onslaught from both inside and out, then she might just survive the season.
Through it all, accident-prone Izzie must fight to keep her privacy, secrets, and sanity intact. If she can withstand the onslaught, then she might just survive the season.
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Here’s What Readers are Saying
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~”I read this book in one setting. I couldn’t put it down. The chemistry between Izzie and Cardwell is so awesome.”
~”The story moves along at a good pace as we follow Izzy as she deals with her sudden celebrity status…the romance is quite sweet and light, and there are a couple of twists that you won’t see coming. […] I recommend From Poe to Know if you like a light hearted, sweet romance with a little humor as well as some insight into the effects of the celebrity media can have.”
~”This exciting story reminds me of a roller coaster ride. At the beginning, the motion moves slowly uphill. Then it reaches the top and for a second you take a deep breath and grip the safety bar tighter. From then on, the momentum of the cars move swiftly dipping up and down through rolling “hills”, careening sharply left and right with unexpected twists and turns and increasing in speed until it reaches the end where it slows gently to a stop.”