If you recognize a certain television cooking competition in the epilogue of Roller Coaster, you’re not wrong. “Prepare a gourmet French dinner that includes haggis-in-a-can.” Karin thinks that’s fun. To watch.
Auntie Mame is one of Karin’s favorite movies, and it was pre-ordained when actress-of-a-certain-age Helen Baynor (Roller Coaster) needed a signature role, Mame would be it.
Because Roller Coaster is a Goldie finalist, it’s currently on sale at Bella!
It’s such a loving, fun-filled event, even for shy people. So think about it for a getaway to start your summer off with lesbigasmic fun.
How do weird typos still find their way into final manuscripts? Let’s start with “balsalmic.”
As Laura and Helen encounter romantic challenges with other people, Kallmaker quietly but effectively sets the stage for their relationship as they live and work together in a family setting.
Bella Books is shipping out the paperback version of Roller Coaster as an early holiday treat – and they’ve discounted it 25% through December 31.
With the release of Roller Coaster just a few weeks away, I’ve created an extensive excerpt featuring the prologue and some of chapter one to introduce you to Laura Izmadi and Helen Baynor — as they were when they first met and as they are now, twenty-three years later.
by Karin Kallmaker
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