|Book signing at Grounds features Haskins' novel of unusual love triangle|
|Written by KAREN NADLER COTA Sentinel Lifestyles Editor|
|Tuesday, 10 December 2013 10:08|
Toledo author Nick Haskins will be in Bowling Green signing copies of his latest book, "My Husband's Wife," during this Saturday's Holiday Bazaar at Grounds for Thought.
The event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will feature several area authors as well as local artisans and jewelry designers.
Also slated to be signing copies of his newly published book at the Grounds for Thought bazaar will be Dr. Nathan Crook, a Bowling Green State University assistant professor. Crook is the author of "A Culinary History of the Great Black Swamp: Buckeye Candy, Bratwurst and Apple Butter."
A separate story in today's Cook's Corner, on page 8, features one of the recipes included in that book, a peanut butter pie from Bowling Green amateur baker Father John Russin.
Haskins'newly-unveiled work, by contrast, is a fast-paced novel. It showcases "a distorted husband, two loving wives, and three soon-to-be-shattered lives."
A brief publisher's synopsis is offered below:
"When Dr. Erick Reynolds said "I do" he meant it, both times. The wealthy dentist married Katie Morgan - the sassy, unsuccessful, hateful blonde seven days, fourteen hours, and six minutes before he wedded Courtney Byrd - the ambitious entrepreneur who has everything including an Ivy League education, thin waist, and a Colgate smile.
"Matching wedding rings, identical SUV's, and two expensive brick homes purchased in the same neighborhood were all part of the schizophrenic imposter's double life. He sold Katie and Courtney a dream that didn't belong to either of them - a dream he would confiscate without warning in an ending not even the wives could see coming."
Haskins, who is also the self-published author of the novels "On the Edge of Heat" and "Jamal," completed his first book in early 2009. He is actively working on his fourth novel, "Betrayed," scheduled to be released in 2014.
The 229-page "My Husband's Wife" is available as a trade paperback, for $14.99; hardback, $19.99; or e-book for $3.99.
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