DISTILLED SPIRIT – Cover Reveal


DISTILLED SPIRITS – Check out the cover for Loni Lynne’s upcoming new release and an excerpt for the book!

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Distilled Spirits

DistilledSpirits-200x300Kings Mill, Maryland’s 200 year old, Old Town Tavern and Inn is in danger of being destroyed to make room for urban renewal. Residential tavern ghost, Millie Taylor is not about to take the news lying down. If anyone destroys her only home and sense of security, it will be over her dead body!

Tavern owner, Dave Rogers hires former vice cop Sean Lightfoot’s construction company to renovate his family tavern in hopes of keeping it from destruction. When Sean digs up the tavern springhouse, he resurrects the ghost of Millie Taylor. Now he has his business to run, a tavern to renovate and a sassy, brash tavern wench who is eager to be an independent modern Millie.

Mystery, suspense and romance abound as Millie and Sean fight an attraction crossing the span of time. But is Millie really alive and what’s hiding in the springhouse that haunts…

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Reading in a Busy World


Reading. Writing. You need to do both to grow.

*Exclusive… Excerpt from IMAGES ETERNAL


Come visit the world of Mandy and Lucien from IMAGES ETERNAL and check out the EXCLUSIVE excerpt on Toni Decker’s Blog. Warning, you might need a cool drink afterwards…

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This week we’re sharing an excerpt from IMAGES ETERNAL. Picking an excerpt is hard work. Much harder than I ever anticipated. But I picked this one. So… ::shrugs:: …hope you like it.

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Mandy strained to hear the mumbled voices, but it sounded like the usual pre-set conversation. Planning the song order and discussing a few shows lined up in the near future. Tapping her finger along the edge of the camera’s lens, Mandy wanted to scream for them to get started already. She hadn’t planned to be here all day. On the other side of town a band waited for her. A band who actually wanted her to take their pictures.

“You know, Angel,” a dulcet voice sang behind her. “I don’t recall sending press invites out for this rehearsal.”

Mandy stilled. Hot breath warmed her neck. Every hair on her body stood straight up and a few curled…

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