I’ve just released my third book for the Elvis Series and was excited to get back to writing characters and plots around the words the King made so famous.
Don’t Be Cruel was a popular hit back in the 1960s. Many people who were at the age of searching for true love probably suffered crushes and pampered their heartaches to the songs of the day.
I know I’m aging myself, but that’s okay. A lot of folks who read this will empathize. Because I truly believe that music can bring solace and make one feel they’re not alone, I used this particular song as the basis for my book.
Its beseeching request speaks for itself.
Using those words, I wrote about a tough guy who finally gave his heart to the girl he believed loved him in the same way.
Instead, she trampled all over it, left him, and had his baby in secret. Although he waited, there was no word until three years later when the ICU in a Los Angeles hospital called him to her bedside.
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Special Agent Maximilian was one of my favorite books to write. I had just visited New Orleans and was thrilled to use it as the setting for these identical twins who had never met until they were in the same line at a Starbucks.
Can you imagine looking up and seeing yourself and just knowing… sensing there’s a link? What would you do? Nik and Max find the way to each other by a convoluted route. One that has Nik take Max’s place working undercover for the FBI.
This unplanned switch includes Max’s beautiful partner, his secretive mother, and a whole lot of crazy conflicts. The heroine drives a Peterbilt eighteen-wheeler. Nik has P.T.S.D. The traffickers have a container full of young female hostages. There’s never a dull moment.
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Tension-building drama and intense romance lead these focused and professional characters on a quest to do the right thing or enact their revenge. With death and destruction in the air, these characters need to succeed, protect, or die trying.
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