Good afternoon everyone!

My name is Shelley Munro, and I’m thrilled to be here this afternoon. I’m featuring two of my books today, both of which have heroines with unusual occupations.

Cat Burglar in Training features Eve Fawkner who, as the title suggests, is a cat burglar.

Wanderlust introduces us to Anna Tietjens who is a tour leader/truck driver.

We’ll start with Cat Burglar in Training first:

Cat Burglar in Training

When I was a teenager I used to watch old movies, and one of my favorites was To Catch a Thief starring Carey Grant and Grace Kelly. After watching this movie, I wanted more, but I couldn’t find many books featuring cat burglars, and especially not ones that contained romance. After searching, I came across books by Nora Roberts, Tess Gerritsen and Suzanne Enoch and enjoyed their stories, but I wanted more.

Fast forward a few years, and I started writing my own stories. It seemed natural to write a book to fix the cat burglar deficit, and Cat Burglar in Training was born.

Eve, my intrepid cat burglar in training, cares deeply for her family, and she’ll do anything for them—even break the law. It’s this loyalty, combined with her sense of humor and deft handling of her father and his elderly friends that makes Eve the sort of person anyone would like as a friend. She’s also a wonderful mother and loves her daughter, despite the circumstances of her conception. Eve is loyal and funny and determined, which I think makes readers sympathize with her plight and really cheer for her.

I’ll post an excerpt soon, but here’s the link to the book page for Cat Burglar in Training on my website.

And here’s the pinterest board for Cat Burglar in Training. Follow Shelley’s board Eve Fawkner, Cat Burglar on Pinterest.

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