Betty Rollins Busch is a certified professional legal secretary. She’s a member of the Aiken Whiskey Road Chapter of South Carolina Writers Workshop (SCWW) and a former SCWW board member. Betty has published poems, essays, and short stories in numerous publications including anthologies such as Horizons, Catfish Stew, and Petigru Review. She’s an active member of South Aiken Presbyterian Church, PCUSA and lives a vibrant life that’s focused on her faith, family, friends, and straight on fun. She’s a lifelong resident of Aiken County, South Carolina. Betty and her late husband, Richard, were married for thirty-two years and have a son, Chris, a daughter, Allison, and six grandchildren. She now lives with her dachshund, Michelob, and two cats, Tiger and Precious.
Francine Bruckner recently ended her engagement with an unfaithful fiancé. Despite efforts to convince her roommates that she was not unhappy, she agreed to three blind dates. Widower Jackson Tanner, third and final date was perfect and the attraction between the two, undeniable, until she discovers she had mistaken him for the man she was supposed to meet. All efforts to distance themselves from each other fails, and the conflict and hilarity increases sentence by sentence as Jackson’s daughter, Meagan, determines to have Francine as her new mother. The 10-year old devises a new scheme daily in her quest. This romantic comedy keeps the reader laughing out loud from the first page to the last.