Sisters, Texas Series Book 1
Sisters, Texas Series Book 2
Reynolds is rebuilding her life, one obstacle at a time.Â
the building blocks arenâ€™t standard issue: widowed at
thirty-nineâ€¦betrayed by her late husbandâ€¦mother of teenaged
twinsâ€¦finances in shamblesâ€¦living with her eighty-year-old
grandmotherâ€¦still attracted to her teenage crush Brash deCordova,
who just happens to be the Chief of Police in The Sistersâ€¦embroiled
in yet another murder mysteryâ€¦ How will she ever get all the blocks
assembled and stacked one upon another, in order to build a future
for herself and her children?
Series Book 3
comes with stipulations.
swimsuit, you canâ€™t eat ice cream and a Gennydoodle cookie after
Saturday night and show up in the church pew on Sunday morning,
hungover and reeking of cheap perfume.
hundred-year-old mansion completely updated and remodeled for free,
you have to sacrifice.
“Best Mystery Series of 2017” by Texas Association of
Reynolds is in the hot seat.
unconventional way, In a Pinch takes on the quirky case and once
again, Maddy finds herself in the middle of a would-be murder
investigation. Even with the help of her grandmother and best friend
Genny, this case may be too hot to handle.
scorches its way across Texas, drama as thick as the August humidity
rolls through the twin towns of Juliet and Naomi. Granny Bert reveals
a secret that rocks Maddyâ€™s foundation. A celebrity designer joins
the renovation crew at the Big House, bringing twice the chaos and
twice the fans. Madisonâ€™s estranged mother-in-law convinces the
twins to spend the summer with her in Dallas. As if all of that isnâ€™t
enough to wreak havoc in Madisonâ€™s life, Barry Redmond continues to
propagate his ridiculous grudge against her.
start smoking when Cutterâ€™s grandfather, rodeo legend Sticker
Pierce, returns to The Sisters and tries to rekindle a romance with
old flame Belle, aka Granny Bert. And Maddyâ€™s latest brush with
death prompts Brash to finally make his move.
renovations almost complete and the love of a good man behind her,
Maddy is ready to tell the world: Iâ€™m home again, and starting
Sisters, Texas Mystery Series.
all accounts, everyone loves Genny.Â
special about Genesis Baker, owner of The Sisterâ€™s popularÂ New
Beginnings CafÃ©. With her dimpled smile and twinkling blue eyes,
Genny has practically the entire town eating from the palm of her
hand. But Genny is hiding a secret. Despite her sunny disposition and
golden touch, there is heartache in her past, and heartache, they
say, comes in threes.
unwelcomed customer shows up atÂ New Beginnings.
Apparently, the restraining order against him has lapsed.
Number Two:Â Gennyâ€™s arch nemesis from high school returns
to town. Twenty years has done nothing to mellow the bitter feud
between these two women.
Genny finally acknowledges her feelings for a younger manâ€”sexy
firefighter Cutter Montgomeryâ€”memories of her first love come back
to haunt her.
determined to make her life miserable.
out, being kidnapped is only the beginning of her troublesâ€¦Â
as a stand-alone, but Book Five of the award winningÂ The
Sisters, Texas Mystery Series,Â voted Best Mystery Series by
the Texas Association of Authors, two years in a row!
Willis, best known for her popular The Sisters, Texas Mystery Series
and Forgotten Boxes, always dreamed of being an author. In November
of ’13, that dream became a reality. Since that time, she has
published eleven books, won first place honors for Best Mystery
Series, Best Suspense Fiction and Best Audio Book, and has introduced
her imaginary friends to readers around the world.Â
avid history buff, Becki likes to poke around in old places and learn
about the past. Other addictions include reading, writing, junking,
unraveling a good mystery, and coffee. She loves to travel, but
believes coming home to her family and her Texas ranch is the best
part of any trip. Becki is a member of the Association of Texas
Authors, the National Association of Professional Women, and the
Brazos Writers organization. She attended Texas A&M University
and majored in Journalism.