Fredericksburg, VA, August 29, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The native born author debuted her romantic-suspense novel “Kidnapped Hearts” in the Band of Friends series in February 2013 with Evernight Publishing under the pen name Cait Jarrod. On September 21st, she is teaming up with Susan G. Komen cancer charity for an upcoming book signing at Griffen Bookshop and Café bar at 723 Caroline Street in Fredericksburg. A dollar from each book sold will be donated.
Jarrod, has been working toward publication for the last few years. To date, she has published two novels. In addition to Kidnapped Hearts, Rekindled, a short romantic-suspense novel, is available through Amazon.com. Jarrod expects to release three more titles in 2013/2014.
Set in Fredericksburg and surrounding areas, “Kidnapped Hearts” is a story about a small town girl and owner of The Memory Café. Pamela Young enjoys her easy life with her friends, aptly named the Band of Friends, until her life does a one-eighty when stolen bearer bonds mysteriously come into her possession.
After a five-year disappearing act, Jake Gibson returns home retired from the FBI and ready to make a mends with his estranged family. A freelance case falls into his lap, involving the woman he’d resisted years ago. Jake will do anything to protect Pamela, even put his life in jeopardy along with his heart.
The book can be purchased in print at Griffen Bookshop or ordered in print or eBook/Nook version at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Evernight Publishing.
For more information about Cait Jarrod, please visit www.caitjarrod.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org.