Foolish Aspirations

Being psychic, I should have known I’d end up living in Guntersville, Alabama. It is the most dangerous place for me given the exponential growth of my paranormal “gifts.”

An ironic twist of fate. Right?

I’m only back in my hometown temporarily. I hope. What other choice do I have when my long-held dream of being a high-dollar defense attorney was stolen from me in Atlanta?

Moving home was a frugal decision on my part, but it’s not free. There are a mind-blowing number of strings attached—all unspoken, of course. We are southern, after all. It’s rude to ask directly.

I’m grateful for the room and board while I prepare for my rise from the ashes with a spectacular plan “B” to start my life. Still, it leaves me cobbling together odd jobs to pay for my monstrous student loan debts.

My brother Dusty is researching the next installment of his best-selling Thirteen Haunts novel series. My “gifts” are in high demand. He offers me an obscene amount of money to assist his paranormal investigation team. The team’s next excursion is to the Osborne hotel in Paducah, Kentucky. A poltergeist recently caused the death of one of the hotel staff.

I must decrease my involvement with paranormal events. I’ve noticed with each exposure to the supernatural, my strange powers level up. Still, I’m going on their ghost hunting excursion. Did I mention the job pays exceptionally well?

Uncle Howard left the law office in my hands while he takes a vacation to the beach. I think he has a love interest in Mobile. Not that it’s any of my beeswax, except I’m left responsible for planning a credible defense to keep a mom of four out of jail, and I could use his advice. She’s charged with murdering her husband—the prosecution is out for blood—no pressure there, of course.

As if my dance card isn’t full enough, Shane White, my “I wish he were my boyfriend” guy friend, comes for a visit. I’m too busy to pay him any mind. Sure, I might have noticed him on the dock with his shirt off, but it isn’t like I’m fantasizing about his uber hot body. We’re just friends.

Foolish Aspirations is the first installment in the April May Snow Foolish paranormal women’s fiction series, and a continuation from The Gifts Awaken prequel series. The novels are stand-alone.

Do you enjoy K.F. Breene, Jana DeLeon, Angie Fox, Elizabeth Hunter, Amanda M. Lee, Nora Roberts (Sign of Seven, In the Garden, Key of Light, the Cousins O’Dwyer or The Guardians series), Stephen King (The Shining, Revival, Duma Key, Doctor Sleep or Bag of Bones) or the fast pace of a Janet Evanovich Stephanie Plum novel? If yes to any, you won’t want to miss the Foolish series.

Foolish Aspirations will keep you turning pages until the end!

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