Terri Lyndie lives in northern Michigan, surrounded by the beauty of the Great Lakes. She writes romantic stories she would like to read herself, and her favorite stories include compelling characters in humorous and unexpected plot twists. Ms. Lyndie's first full length novel, WOLF EYE SLY, set in Michigan's wild and rustic Upper Peninsula, is a quarter finalist in the 2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest.
Can a New York City pampered princess survive Wolf Eye wilderness? Has falling in love ever been so hilarious? A wedding ceremony erupts into chaos when the bride and groom are arrested and charged with murder. Bridesmaid Mia cannot believe her eyes when her friends are hauled away to jail. To make matters worse, the cops accuse her and Jonah, the best man, as accessories to the crime. They must run for their lives and hide as fugitives in the backwoods of Wolf Eye, a tiny town in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Mia and Jonah struggle to solve a growing list of mysteries as they fight their attraction towards each other, which is no easy feat when Jonah is supposedly engaged to another. The banter and one-liners fly as they try to work it all out.
WOLF EYE ALIBI is a contemporary romantic comedy. It is a stand-alone romance and the second book in the Wolf Eye Lighthouse Series.
For Annie Matthews, growing up as the lighthouse keeper’s granddaughter was traumatizing. Her grandfather’s long-running feud with Wolf Eye’s wealthiest citizen made him the town laughing stock. As an adult, Annie is forced to return to the small wilderness town to settle her grandfather’s affairs, but soon finds herself pulled into old politics. In an ironic turn of events, she must pose as fiancée to Jamie Lord, the handsome heir of her grandfather’s fiercest enemy. Jamie is a charismatic charmer, but can he be trusted?
In the year 906 A.D. the Kingdom of Mercia, England withstood Viking attacks. Ranulf was only a boy of sixteen when he was forced into service for the king's army. He returns home five years later as a fierce warrior who wears a mask to hide his scars. Fearing he is too hideous for the eyes of Gisella, his childhood love, he disguises his identity and allows her to believe he is dead until he learns the Druid priest Savarin is forcing Gisella to marry. Ranulf decides he must intervene to insure Gisella finds a proper spouse, but he soon learns love is blind, and a mask is but a slip of cloth.