HEATHER TULLIS writes sweet, small-town romance and cozy mysteries. She has published three dozen books. When she’s not dreaming up new stories to write, she enjoys playing with her dogs and chickens, cake decorating, trying new jewelry designs, inventing new ways to eat chocolate, and hanging out with her husband.
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Pulling Garrett Johansson over isn’t the most auspicious beginnging to a relationship for Officer Lisa Weight, but at least she didn’t have to give him a ticket. Not that she’s looking for a guy—even if her mom says she should be.
Garrett is glad to visit his sister, Sheila, during the Christmas season, but he hadn’t counted on a major snow storm as soon as he landed in Kansas City. When his sister introduces the cop who pulled him over as a friend of hers, he puts their less-than-stellar beginnings in the past and gives her a chance. The more he gets to know her, the better he likes her. If only he didn’t live 1600 miles away in California.
With everything trying to keep them apart, can they still have a Merry Christmas?”
“It’s good to meet you under happier circumstances,” Lisa said.
She was a tiny thing—Garrett noticed that right off, but now that he was standing beside her instead of sitting while she was standing, she looked much smaller than before—and at five-ten, he wasn’t overly tall. She couldn’t have been over five-two and slim as a reed.
“Under happier circumstances?” Sheila asked.
“I pulled him over a couple days ago because his rental car fit a BOLO. But I figured it out soon enough. Sheila mentioned her brother was coming to visit. I should have realized when I saw your last name and state on your driver’s license.”
Teya’sÂ most recent accomplishment started in the summer of 2015, with the publication of Stripes. Continued on to Within Qwestar, Treasures of Truth, and her dad’s dream come true with publishing his books. He passed untimely in 2006, and will always be and continue to be her inspiration. She is the 2016 local A.N.W.A. chapter (Snake River Writers) president, won National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWritMo) by writing a 50,000 word book in twelve days, and loves Storymakers.
Teya has been writing for as long as she can remember. Started with poetry at a young age while she lived on a street she affectionately named Hill Street Blues, and continued when her family moved to Menan.
She loves sitting in her soft chair next to the fireplace and watching out a big living room window. It gives her plenty of creative juice for stories.
She met the love of her life in the loft of a barn. Yep, that set up some teasing from her father. They have been happily married since 2003, with four children, but refuses to comment on the trolls in the closets and under the beds
2- What is the name of your book?
See me for me
3- What genre is it?
4- Give us a short snippet of your book:
Coming to a stop sign, Jeremiah glanced quickly left, then right, and
stepped on the gas as he glanced at his sister. Strangely, she began to glow