Elissa Grossell Dickey is a former journalist who now works in higher education communications. Stories have always been a big part of Elissa’s life—from getting lost in a book as a child to now reading bedtime stories to her kids. As a columnist for the National MS Society, Elissa shares her personal journey of living with multiple sclerosis. Though she grew up among the lakes and trees of northern Minnesota, Elissa now lives on the South Dakota prairie with her husband and children. The Speed of Light is her first novel. For information, visit www.elissaadickey.wordpress.com.
Genres: Mystery, Romance
Elissa Grossell Dickey recommends
Sweet Bliss (2021)
(Harper Landing, book 1)
"As sweet as the title suggests but packing an emotional punch, Sweet Bliss is a heartwarming, swoony romance that will sweep you away and stay with you long after you turn the last page. You’ll fall in love with Aaron, Julia, baby Jack, and all of Harper Landing, a cozy community where everybody knows your name. Julia and Aaron each have their own challenges and past heartaches to overcome, and watching them not only fall for each other but also bring out the best in each other makes for a beautiful story. Bardsley has written a sweet page-turner, and I can’t wait for her next novel, Good Catch!"
Hating Mr. Perfect (2022)
(Seasons of Love , book 1)
"Hating Mr. Perfect is enemies to lovers at its finest, and your next must-read romance!"
She's Up to No Good (2022)
Sara Goodman Confino
"Brimming with voice and wit, Sara Goodman Confino's She's Up to No Good is as heartfelt as it is hilarious. This beautiful story sweeps you up in its magic and doesn't let go - much like the vivacious main character, Evelyn, a feisty force of nature who teaches her granddaughter what it truly means to live and love without fear. Their adventures - and Evelyn's tales - will have you laughing, crying, and cheering them on, and you'll be transported to the setting of the charming seaside town of their family's roots. This is a gem of a novel and a fantastic follow-up to Confino's outstanding debut, For the Love of Friends."
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