Sunday, February 5, 2012

Learn about the Other Women in The Executive Wives Club Series

The four ladies are all married to executives for Mama Turner's Transport and Logistic Carrier. The company is sold because the ex-owner's wife has cancer. The executives travel to Settle to talk to the new owners.

One fatal car wreck...
Everyone's lives changed...

Jennifer Larson is married to Craig Larson, the COO of Mama Turner's TLC. Jen, a realtor, has worked hard to make her life with Craig.  They have a nice house, a wonderful lab name George, and are living the dream of a successful couple. Yet, no one knows there dirty little secret.

Briena Sullivan's husband, Eric Sullivan is the Chief Technology Officer. They live a comfortable life and have two adorable kids, Allison and Ethan. Brie is shocked by the gift Eric leaves behind and fights her parents to stay in Nebraska with her friends.

Sylvia, the amazon woman of the group, is married to Robert Donovan. As the CFO, Bob spends long hours at work and leaves the parenting dues of his daughter to Sylvia. Only the talk he had with her before his trip to Settle leaves Sylvia wondering about their life together.

Marianne Clark is married to Jack, the CEO of the company. She has grace, pose, and uses all her skill to hold the group together. With two grown sons, who don't need her, she knows these women do and she is going to do everything in her power to help them.

Each has their own book to find a new love and make a new life for herself.

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MomJane said...

What a great idea for a series. I am looking forward to reading them all.

Elie said...

Sounds interesting. Sounds like there is someone everyone could relate to. Thanks for sharing.

Tina Gayle said...

Thanks for commenting. I love hearing from readers. Have a great time at the party.

Debby said...

I think life as a executive wife would be trying at times. This sounds like an interesting series.
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Catherine Lee said...

It sounds like a promising series. Do you have a lot of the details about each couple planned out this early or does it develop more (in your head) as you begin to write their individual book?

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Maria D. said...

Sounds like a really interesting series - I love books where the heroines are the ones connected.