Saturday, October 4, 2014

Story Saturdays

First, be sure to check out the blog for a new pre-made book cover added this past week!

I have two beautiful new reviews on The Florida Irish Series. To read the full reviews visit (link1) and (link2):

"Suzanne D. Williams continues to astound me at her depth of heart and the masterful level of her writing. She draws you in and then paints a breathtaking masterpiece all around you."


BLUSHED - Amazon, Barnes & Noble, KOBO
THE BRIDE WORE BLUE SNEAKERS (Coralee Chronicles) Book 2 - Amazon, Barnes & Noble

The first fiction I ever wrote, originally featured on this blog, THE AMANDA SERIES, is now free at all sites, including some not listed on the blog. Amazon, Barnes & Noble This is a permanent price, so be sure to download your copy!

GLASS has been temporarily delisted from all sites but Amazon. Look for it to be FREE October 22-23. These will be the ONLY days it will be free, so mark your calendars.

This story is an excellent Halloween alternative!

* a wonderful story that kept me reading until I finished the book when I should have been doing other things *  the ending is just fantastic * Old mansion, strange old women, half-truths, stormy weather, curses- and a beautiful young woman * all the elements of a cozy suspense * has an awesome spiritual theme *

COPS & ROBBERS. Amazon, Barnes & Noble, KOBO

Fast-paced Romantic Suspense!

“We’ll find her. If she’s as smart as you say she is, then she’s a survivor.”

But would they get there before whoever stole the paintings found out she was on their tail? Because he’d never forgive himself if they didn’t. Never. This had gone way beyond cops and robbers.

He half-smiled, then it faded. The light changed, and he hit the gas, surging ahead.

This was a man who needed a woman simply to breathe.


Justin Cahill’s first case as a homicide detective walked into the middle of his promotion celebration wearing a very short, polka-dotted skirt and an amazing set of red heels.

Olivia Dircks. She said she’d found a body and wanted the police to know.

But when the body goes missing and she turns out to be the Commissioner’s niece as well as a professional art thief, everything changes. This case is deeper and more far-reaching than anything he expected.

Deep enough to alter the most valuable thing of all – his heart.


I am in the process of formatting and edits on this one. This is Book 1 of a two book historical romance series entitled. "Western Women."

Here were Virgil’s vows. Here, where she could see them. With every stitch, every seam, he’d poured out his pledge, and no, she didn’t deserve it. But this wasn’t solely about her. He deserved to see his wishes fulfilled. He wanted this marriage. He wanted her, and she could give him that.


Caught stealing from the local grocery dressed as a boy, Genevieve Nichols thought her days running had come to an end.

But then, Virgil Moses, the man responsible, says he’ll keep her secret. She’ll go home with him for now until he figures things out.

Yet her sordid past has taught her a painful lesson. No man can be trusted, not even one that, as the days pass, proves to have gentle hands and a big heart.

Suzanne D. Williams
Suzanne Williams Photography 
Florida, USA

Suzanne Williams is a native Floridian, wife, and mother, with a penchant for spelling anything, who happens to love photography.

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