Kirsten Veiss is setting a record for bad days: She’s broke, lost in rural Michigan, sunburned, and without transportation after her van hits a deer. When she hears a nearby radio personality making fun of the classical music she loves, it’s the last straw.
Aaron Debolt just wants to bring classical to a wider audience, and he thinks a shock jock approach might do it. But he’s shocked himself when a sunburned, wild-eyed redhead bursts into the radio station late at night, brandishing—a tailpipe.
Soon Aaron has his hands full in more ways than one, and Kirsten has a temporary on-air job under the name Radio Red. Now all they have to do is prove she’s not the one sabotaging the station’s operation.
Mark R. Hunter is an emergency dispatcher and volunteer firefighter, in addition to writing a humor column carried in northeast Indiana newspapers for over twenty years. In addition to three novels and a short story collection, Mark has published a collection of his humor pieces and three local history books. He lives in Indiana with his wife, their giant dog Beowulf, and a cowardly ball python named Lucius, and has two daughters, as well as twin grandsons. When asked what he does in his spare time, he laughs hysterically.