5 Replies Latest reply on Jan 23, 2011 9:05 PM by pam-livingimage

    Midnight Reflections

      I'm so excited.  My new novel, Midnight Reflections, just went Live on B&N!!!



      Midnight Reflections 








      Julia's midnight reflections actually happened at four in the
      morning. She was far from home, lonely, watching a handsome man
      sleeping in her bed at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Robin, the handsome
      sleeping man had put himself in terrible danger so she could solve a mystery.
      Now she was feeling guilty as hell.

      Robin had become obsessed by Julia, knowing something besides her
      attractiveness enchanted him; an illusive mixture of sweetness and intelligence that
      beckons. He's playing a role, hiding his true identity, trying to win her heart.

      Julia is playing a dangerous role herself, working for the man she suspects
      murdered her brother. She also suspects that Robin is much more than the
      mechanic he proclaims himself to be. Can she trust him?

      Together they uncover information so inflammatory they are forced to flee a
      dangerous and angry politician. He rules a dangerous and profitable drug army.
      People who will do anything to get into his good graces.

      Even murder



      Hope you enjoy, Pam


        • Re: Midnight Reflections

          To celebrate my new novel, I have temporarily put, The Necromancer, on sale for 99 cents.  This sale will last about a week. So I hope you will enjoy this one as well.  Pam


          The Necromancer 



            • Re: Midnight Reflections

              Wanted to share a really nice 5 star review for Midnight reflections,


              Well written: engaging plot, romance, likeable main characters, and quick pace., December 19, 2010

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              This review is from: Midnight Reflections (Kindle Edition)

              With so many romantic suspense books, one usually needs to suspend disbelief to a high degree over so many jarring coincidences and improbable or convoluted plot points, but this was relatively a non-issue for me with this book. We are told who the villain is very early on, so there weren't really any big twists or surprises here, but the story still kept my attention until the very last page! I always wanted to see how Julia and Robin's relationship would unfold and how justice for Julia's brother would be served.

              I read the first eight chapters in one sitting, and the remainder of the book in the second sitting the next day, straight through (except for a short incoming phone call break) due to the easy story telling/writing flow and definite reading escapism factor. The main characters had the right blend of strong and vulnerable and were plausible and relatable. I think the author created two of the more realistic main characters I've read in a while in this genre with regard to their thoughts, emotions, insecurities, and the relationship pace and development. I especially liked that the story continued for a chapter or two after the "we-got-the-bad-guy" part of the story concluded.

              I would recommend this book to anyone who likes their romances with an actual story, a little suspense and action, and less page-after-page of repetitive erotica type drooling, angst, and sex.


              Midnight Reflections  

            • Re: Midnight Reflections - On sale for $0.99 cents

              Wanted to bump this novel with a little sale.  So as of yesterday, it's 99 cents.


              Hope you will all enjoy


              Midnight Reflections