Now, usually most of the books I read have both a captivating romance, and that edge of your seat sense there’s a chance that someone might get kidnapped or shot at any moment. So, I kind of expected that a sweet, tender romance like this one was a bit of a more relaxing change of pace for me. But, there were enough twists and turns and even tears to make this a hard book to put down.
I’ll definitely read another one of her books again. But more than that… I’m now desperate to visit Ouray Colorado and take a jeep tour.
Which, brings me to something I never thought I’d admit. Writing for Love Inspired Suspense has begun to make me think differently about all the moving about and traveling I had to do as a kid.
Now, a few of my friends tell me they’ve moved around a lot, but I think I’ve got most of them beat. By the time I was 16, I’d lived in nine cities, in four countries including Canada, the Northern and Southern United States and overseas. Wasn’t easy, by a long shot, especially having to change schools every few months. But now, when it comes to crafting new stories I’m able to look back through the places I’ve been and the people I’ve met, looking for stories.
Killer Assignment starts off in the mining town of Cobalt Ontario, before our heroes drive for their lives up the remote highway. The next book I have coming up is set on Manitoulin Island--a beautiful, amazing place I could probably write six books about and only begin to scratch the surface.
I don’t know where inspiration is going to strike next. Maybe somewhere I went years ago. Maybe somewhere I have yet to see. But, I do know, I’m hoping one day Colorado ends up somewhere in my travels.