Yours Truly

Title: Yours Truly
Genre: Chick Lit / Romantic Comedy
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press/Mainstream General
Release Date: March 3, 2017
Rating: sensual
Page Count: 274
Word Count: 63875
978-1-5092-1282-8 Paperback
978-1-5092-1283-5 Digital



Never tick off a paparazzo with the ethics of a demented dingo.

Izzie Greene never wanted the limelight. As a caterer for Poe, the top-rated U.S. TV show, she has background player down pat. She loves spoiling the cast and crew with her goodies and fantasizing about her celebrity crush, Poe’s lead actor, Scotsman Cardwell Bennett. But mostly she loves her quiet, anonymous life.

Unfortunately, anonymous is no longer on the menu.

Izzie’s personal life takes a jab when her ex-boyfriend shows up on set. Her career suffers a blow when she runs afoul of an unethical paparazzo. The personal and professional collide in a knock-out punch when her rumored romance with Cardwell hits the tabloids. 

The rumors may or may not be true. Izzie certainly won’t tell. Instead, she white-knuckles the flaming rollercoaster of fake news, her notoriety fueled by equal measures of constant scrutiny, speculation, and half-truths.

Held captive by the media, accident-prone Izzie struggles to keep her privacy, secrets, and sanity–not to mention her sense of humor–intact. With help from her best friend Delly, her temperamental cat Edgar, and backup from an unexpected source, she might just have the recipe for success.

If she can withstand the heat.


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Here’s What Readers are Saying


(Under From Poe to Know title)

~”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.”