Finish Line is here!

Happy release day! I’m thrilled to yell it from the roof tops, Finish Line is here.

Stevie and Mac are so good together and I enjoyed writing this story so darned much! Come and meet Stevie Jorgenson and Sam (Mac) MacKenzie.

Racing for the finish line has never had higher stakes.

After 25 years in the military, Sam (Mac) McKenzie, decides to plant roots and build his Bluegrass Security business in small town Kentucky. He’s looking forward to an easy pace enjoying his sweet home on Fire Lake. An even sweeter woman would make life perfect.

Bourbon loving Detective Stevie Jorgenson has never been described as sweet, and she’s not looking to settle down, but she’s more than willing for a hot night of fun with the tall drink of water that just walked into her favorite bar.  

Mac and Stevie’s fling becomes so much more when prize thoroughbreds start dying days before the Kentucky Derby—including her father’s. When the killer shifts focus, they must depend on each other both professionally and personally in the desperate race to discover who is behind the increasingly deadly sabotage.   

“This book was originally released in the Chandler County series as Missing the Spark. To better reflect the genre, the cover and series title have changed, but the content remains the same.”

Amazon :  https://pjfiala.com/books/FL-Amazon

Barnes & Noble:   https://pjfiala.com/books/FL-BN

iBooks:  https://pjfiala.com/books/FL-Apple

Kobo:   https://pjfiala.com/books/FL-Kobo

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