Getting a contract from Forbidden is like dessert before the meal - Inferno, by Cricket Sawyer will be my first novel with Forbidden, but I certainly hope not my last. With the scorching weather in the midwest and wild fires raging in California - it seems a perfect time for Inferno to hit the air waves.
Arson, greed, jealousy, revenge are just a few of the blazes that are cooking high in the LaPlata Mountains of the four corners area of Colorado. An LP Gas blaze, a victim whose bloody footprints mark her trek through the snow-- Smokey Hamilton isn't sure just what he'll find as the first fire fighter on the scene -- the reader soon realizes it's not just a fire, and not to think, merely because the blaze is extinguished is no reason to believe the smoldering wild fire at Thunder Ridge Mobile Home Park is controlled. Irony = things aren't always what they seem at first glance and that proves to be fact not only at Thunder Ridge but in Summerville, Colorado as well.
Can't wait to be able to post an excerpt for you.
Thanks Rene for the invitation!
Labels: Colorado, Cricket Sawyer, Forbidden Publications, Inferno, LaPlata Mountians, Romantic Suspense, Wild Fire