Kat, the epitome of a Southern housewife, had been struggling with feeling she had lost herself even before her husband’s infidelity with a much younger co-worker comes out. She decides that it is time to make a change and simply drives away from her life to visit with her childhood friend and former business partner, Jen, who left to become a successful caterer in Hollywood while Kat chose to stay behind and get married. Jen’s upcoming project is scheduled to be the shoot of a TV show in Canada, but when she unable to go at the last minute, she convinces Kat to go in her place. There, Kat is blindsided when she meets the younger, handsome Irish star of the show, Ian Gregory, who at first is rude and arrogant, but later becomes a friend, confidant and eventually lover. When things get complicated, Kat contemplates if she is comfortable being in the shadows or if she deserves more, while Ian is forced to make a decision about if his career or his heart is most important to him.
Come discover the couple at the heart of the story behind the TV show Western Skies in Majken Selinder Nilsson’s debut novel, A Good Kind of Crazy…
When Sarah marries her childhood sweetheart, she expects that their life together will be perfect, happily raising a home full of children on their family farm until they grow old together. However, life doesn’t go as planned as her world is turned upside-down and she loses almost everything.
In an attempt to escape the pain of her personal tragedy, Sarah and her young son travel to her sister’s home in a small Colorado mining town. There, she meets Joe, the dutiful but awkward town sheriff, full of disappointments of his own, when he comes to her aid.
Each reeling from crippling heartache and believing that their unhappy courses are firmly set, Sarah and Joe forge an unlikely friendship, but can they overcome their disillusionment and stubborn pride long enough to risk taking a chance on finding a different “Happily Ever After”?