“This story translates into the movie you’ve been waiting to watch on a Sunday afternoon.” – Raymond Layton (Man of Mystery) by Carol Ann Kauffman

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American agent Gina Belcanto must take desperate measures to ensure nothing stands in the way of her inheriting her grandfather’s ranch in Oklahoma, even if it means marrying the mysterious Raymond Layton. International intrigue. Terrorist pods. Counterfeiting on a global scale. Secret records in Sicily. Old boyfriend Brian is at a complete loss to understand the situation. And now he’s on the run with nowhere to hide. Where will he go? To Gina.

M. Handy

Intrigue, and Romance!

This story translates into the movie you’ve been waiting to watch on a Sunday afternoon.

I was immediately captivated by the skillfully written dialogue, and action scenes playing out across picturesque international locations.
I felt a sense of urgency as though I were escaping across borders, or saying hello and goodbye by the good graces of chance. What tops off this story’s cleverness is the sprinkling of humor in all the right places. For me, it added a certain depth and balance to characters who must remain two steps ahead at all times.
Thanks for the great read, Mrs. Kauffman!

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