Happily Ever After, a Christy Award Finalist published in 2004, was written by Suzan May Warren.
Mona Reynolds dream to put up a bookstore in a Victorian house on the shores of beautiful Lake Superior. She can’t think of a better way of setting up for a happy ending. As she is trying to rebuild the Victorian house into a café and book store, someone starts to sabotage her plans. She starts to suspect whether the person trying to destroy her dream was the handyman she hired to help her.
Mona suspected her handyman because he was always at the scenes of the unclear events.
Joe Michaels a handsome mysterious handy man agrees to help her rebuild the café in exchange for rent in the apartment above her garage.
With several obstacles trying to threaten Mona‘s dream, she turns to her handyman for more than construction solutions. She later discovers that her handyman is not only the best-selling author Reese Clark author but was also Jonah, her favorite character of Reese‘s novels. Mona always thought that a hero was only in fair tales but she came face to face with one.
Suzan May Warren is the RITA Award–winning author of more than thirty novels.