"She's Alone, Pregnant and about to be Murdered" best describes the protagonist Gabrielle in Sylvia Hubbard's newest romance suspense book "The Trouble with Gabrielle."
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Award-winning Detroit Author & Founder of Motown Writers, Hubbard has independently published over 55 romance suspense books over the 20 years she's been in the literary business.
In "The Trouble with Gabrielle," A one-night stand with a mysterious man, and four months later Gabrielle Payne is in desperate need of and pregnant. When things are at the worst, she finds out her mysterious man, Oliver Farnsworth, was murdered and very wealthy with no heir to claim the fortune his mother left him. Gabrielle decides to reveal her secret and ask for just “a little help.”
She is taken in by Oliver’s stepmother, Neema McGee. The old house of Oliver Farnsworth is larger than any place she’s ever been, but she starts to see things are not what they seem. And she starts to find out several things in the two short weeks that she stays there.