Smart, Sexy Suspense
Summer is over and the season of pumpkin everything is upon us! On the Canadian Prairies fall comes early and leaves early. It’s a very short season in which to pack in a lot of fun.
Obviously, we made it out alive. No small feat considering I’m generally lacking any sense of direction. Thank goodness I had these two lovely ladies and a friend with me. No white flag needed.
So much fun! Have you ever tackled a corn maze? I’d forgotten how tall the corn grows!
November 7th, the release date for Off The Grid approaches. I can’t wait to share this story with you. It’s set in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, Canada, which is infamously known as Canada’s poorest postal code. In it Sophie Monroe, an inner city doctor and activist, and Caleb Quinn, a high-priced Family Law lawyer, join forces to save a victimized, pregnant teenager.
Just who is Jason Drummond?
Jason Drummond was toying with his prey. But Caleb hadn’t gotten to the top of his game by snapping at any old bait. Jason oozed arrogance, occupying as much space as possible. The faint derision he wore like spray cologne an offensive maneuver. Too bad his nerves showed in the occasional spin of his wedding ring. They’d played poker together enough times for Caleb to know his tell.
*If you’re interested in reviewing Off The Grid let me know and I’ll hook you up! karyngoodauthor at gmail dot com
So excited! It’s also the first book in a three part series. In Book Two: The heroine is part of the rich and famous set. The hero owns a private security firm that specializes in protecting them.
I’ve signed a contract with The Wild Rose Press for my novel Exposed! No release date yet. But coming sooner rather than later in 2015. This is the second Aspen Lake book and Kate and Seth’s story.
Kate Logan figured hiking the long road back to self-respect, which included two stints in rehab and twenty extra pounds, sucked at the best of times. These were not the best of times. She pushed aside the yellow crime scene tape. Not even close. Her fingers tightened over the shattered wood frame of her boutique’s backdoor. A nasty splinter stabbed into her thumb. Karma wasn’t done with her.
Work In Progress
I’m hard at work on the third and final book in the Aspen Lake series. Constable Michael Davenport and Grace Bighill try to figure out a decade old crime. And each other.
I am having so much fun. Been in tears twice. And I’ve only written 43 pages.
“I can handle it,” insisted Grace.
“I know you can. You can handle damn near anything. Including me.”
The way Michael said it gave her pause. She blinked up at him wondering what he’d do if she gave into the urge to push him up against the wall.
“Do it and find out.”
“What? You’re a mind reader now?”
“Your eyes. Everything is right there. Every thought. Every sideways turn. Do it. Handle me, Grace. See what happens.”
At the end of this month I’m attending the Surrey International Writers’ Conference. I’m so excited. This is my first writing conference!
There you have it. All the latest news! Take care and hope you find time to be out and about and enjoy the change of seasons.