Title: Ding Dong! Is She Dead? Nova Ladies Adventures Book #1
Author: Alathia Paris Morgan
Hosted by: Lady Amber's Tours
It's tough being a Nova Lady! Allie loves delivering and helping her customers until she arrives at Megan's house to find the door broken and a trail of blood leading down the hallway. Ding Dong!!! Is She Dead? Allie must find a way to save Megan's daughter from the person that is determined to kill them no matter what.
Alathia Paris Morgan is a full-time Avon Independent Sales Representative who loves her customers and what she does. Helping others comes with the territory as do the funny stories from people who are just living life.
A husband, three girls and two dogs keep her busy when she is not delivering orders or working her Avon business.
In her free time she reads a lot, quilts, and watches t.v. while hanging out with her girls.
uniquelifeviews.wordpress.com --- Blog
Ding Dong Is She Dead? Book #1 Nova Ladies Adventures amzn.to/1wq5w2l
Excerpt from Death By Poison Book #2
Everyone had plenty of time to get the banner up and the tables decorated before the happy couple arrived.
Sally volunteered to be the lookout and let everyone know when they arrived. Mark waved everyone off, “I’ll be Sally’s partner to make sure we alert everyone.”
G.G. had the tablecloths and Megan walked over to help her. “Hey, G.G. are you excited Justin is going to pop the question?” Megan asked as she shook out the cloth and made sure her table was straight.
“Oh, yes. I will be so glad to have them tie the knot. I need more grandchildren, so they had better get with it.” G.G. placed the balloons with the words ‘Congratulations’ written on it in the center of each table.
“Hey, ladies does this look even?” Matt asked as he and James hung the banner over the bar.
“What do you think G.G.? Looks even to me.” Megan tipped her head to sideways to make sure.
“Same here. Boys be careful getting down from those ladders, we don’t want anyone to have an accident.” G.G. moved over to make sure the partition was pulled closed so that the family could hide behind it.
“Guys, we have ten minutes. Let’s hurry it up.” Megan checked her cell phone to make sure they had time.
G.G. was running around making sure it all looked perfect.
“That’s it everyone on the other side of the wall. Mark will you take the video camera and stand in the doorway to catch her expression?” G.G. was counting people to make sure no one was left out in the open.
“Sure thing.” Mark went to take the camera from her and moved into place.
Sally’s squeal, “They’re here.” caused everyone to hurry to their places.
Allie walked through the door expecting to see the floor covered in water from the leak.
“Hey Stan, where are you? I thought you said there was a flood in here.” Confused she started toward the bar until her eyes adjusted from outside and she saw the banner.
Justin followed her in waiting for her to notice and got down on one knee. In bold black letters it said, WILL YOU MARRY ME? Right underneath it in smaller blue letters were the words AND MY FAMILY?
Turning towards Justin with a look of astonishment, Allie turned to see him down on one knee. “Allie will you do me the honor of letting me love and protect you? I want to love and cherish you for the rest of your life. Will you marry me?” Justin looked hopefully up at Allie.
“Yes!!! Yes!!! I will marry you and your family.” Laughing, Allie looked up and saw the family together peeking through the partition trying to see.
“I’ll think I will keep all of you, no matter what, if you will have me?” Gesturing for them to come on out and join them.
Sally ran over and jumped into Justin’s arms, “I’ll marry you Uncle J, if she ever gets rid of you. I’m next in line.” All of the adults burst out laughing.
“Sally I promise if I ever decide to get rid of him you have first dibs.” Swinging her around in a circle.
“How about this, since you can’t have Justin for a husband, will you settle for being my flower girl?” Allie didn’t want Sally to feeling left out during the wedding rush.
“Duh, I thought you would never ask me.” Sally rolled her eyes at the question while the adults around her tried not to burst out laughing.