Lynn Ricci was born and raised in the Boston area. Her professional background is in financial communications and she pursues her artistic endeavors of painting and writing while enjoying an active family life with her two children and dog, Fenway.
A writer of several published short stories including Daydreams, The Dating Intervention is her debut novel. More information on novels available and underway can be found on her website.
When Sarah Carter moves to Boston to escape her past she realizes there's more than meets the eye with the landlord and her mysterious new best friend. What happened to the owner of this brownstone and what secrets lie within its walls and continue to torment? Witchcraft, curses and timeless love are not what Sarah expected to find, but as she learns more, she wonders is she actually running back to her past instead of from it?
This collection of short stories focuses on small snapshots of life. They are a hodgepodge of stories - sad, joyous, surprising, uplifting, and about acceptance. The tie across the collection is the signs.
Signs can be physical or emotional; they can be seen through body language or printed in black and white. Sometimes they are not what they appear to be or are completely missed. Hopefully a few of these stories will make the reader think twice, for we should always be aware of signs.
Sometimes life can get in the way of love.
A novel about enduring friendships, and second chances at love and life.
Vanessa had it all: handsome husband, two beautiful children, a lovely home, and a successful career. She was living the dream life she and her friends fantasized about as girls over hot fudge sundaes…but was it the life she really wanted?
Leaving the life she knew behind was difficult enough, but when Vanessa’s attempt at love with someone from her past falls apart, her well-meaning friends decide an intervention is in order. Dating post-40 is harder than it seems and they quickly discover the dating pool has become a puddle, with each blind date being crazier than the one before.
Can Vanessa find the love she deserves? Or has she given up the best thing she ever had?