It isn't easy running your own bar in the final frontier...especially when you’re hiding a secret.
Nell Romana loves two things: running The Blue Angel Bar, and Dalamar, a notorious modern-day knight for hire. Too bad he doesn't know she is actually a spy working undercover for the Federation.
The bar is a magnet for all sorts of thirsty frontier types, and some of them don’t have civilized manners. That’s no problem for Dalamar, who is built like a warlord and keeps everyone in line. But when he is called away on a routine job, Nell uncovers a rebel plot to overthrow the Federation. Her cover blown, she has to act fast and alone—and more than their love is put to the test.
The Toronto Sun called her Canada’s “Queen of Comedy" (Jan. 5, 2014). Library Journal compared her to Janet Evanovich.
Melodie Campbell has come a long way since opening the 1999 Canadian Humor Conference. She is the winner of nine awards, including the 2014 Derringer (US) and the 2014 Arthur Ellis (Canada). Melodie has over 200 publications, including 100 comedy credits, 40 short stories, and eight novels.
Her first book, Rowena Through the Wall, was an Amazon Top 100 Bestseller (all books) putting her just ahead of Nora Roberts, and just behind Tom Clancy. Critics have called it “Outlander meets Sex and the City.”
Melodie has been a bank manager, college instructor, marketing director, comedy writer and possibly the worst runway model ever. These days, she is the Executive Director of Crime Writers of Canada.