Main Street, Providence Island Book 1 By Dianna Wilkes @dwilkesauthor


 

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Main Street, Providence Island Book 1
By Dianna Wilkes
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Blurb:

 
Interior designer Dana Canfield never expected to become a widow. Determined to rebuild her life, she relocates her business to gorgeous Providence Island off the coast of Virginia. Providence may be a small town, but she’s already got her first major challenge: the Main Street renovation project.
 
A close call with death on her first day rattles Dana, and she soon learns there are secrets in her past that she was unaware of. Some of those secrets follow her to Providence Island. And some are waiting there for her.
 
Dana’s BMW convertible is what catches the eye of hunky mechanic Nick Warden, but it’s Dana who captures his interest. Their budding relationship hits a speed bump when Nick realizes that the series of strange—and terrifying—incidents plaguing Dana over the past year are connected to her late husband’s murder.
 
Nick and Dana’s relationship leaps from zero to sixty, but danger’s not far behind. Can they solve a quarter-century-old mystery before it’s too late?

 

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Dianna Wilkes is an award-winning contemporary romance author. Main Street, the first book in the Providence Island series, was a finalist in the 2015 Maggie Awards and 2016 Molly Awards, 2016 Lone Star Awards and 2016 Orange Rose Awards.

Reading has always been an important part of her life. “My mom taught me to read when I was four years old,” she said. “Writing my own stories seemed a natural progression.”

A West Virginia native now living in Delaware, Dianna has a B.A.in Visual Communication and a M.Ed.in Instructional Technology and works as an Education Consultant. Despite all that nerdy stuff, she loves creating stories of romance and mystery with touches of humor.

When she isn’t writing or working, Dianna is deep in researching various twigs and branches on her family tree or fulfilling entries on her travel bucket list.

 
 

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