Today Linda Trout tells us about her latest Romantic Suspense Novel--LAST HOPE ALASKA.
You're are going to love this!
Thank you, Jackie for having me on Murderous Musings. I feel right at home among mystery writers since I also have an infinity for killing off people. On paper at least. When some of my friends and former co-workers read my first book, Grave Secrets, they couldn’t believe I’d written it.
Where did that come from, they’d ask. You’re so sweet and nice so how did you think of such a dark character?
I think everyone who writes mysteries knows there’s a bit of a dark side to all of us. It’s a matter of tapping into it, then transferring that to paper.
I love putting my hero and heroine through their paces; throwing them into dangerous places, then proceed to make it worse.
In Last Hope Alaska, my latest release from The Wild Rose Press, I’ve done exactly that. I keep throwing everything but the kitchen sink at them. Oh, wait. I think I even threw the metaphorical sink at them in the end. J But being the romantic that I am, they had to have their Happy Ever After, even if they are a bit banged up. I suppose that’s why I write romance as opposed to straight mystery, that HEA.
In LAST HOPE ALASKA, Emily Redfern's ex-fiancé learned to kill on the back streets of New York. Now, she is his target. Broke, exhausted, and a step ahead of the man she once loved, she clings to one last hope: the wilds of Alaska. The quiet safety of her hide-a-way becomes addictive as she grows to care for the man who offers her refuge.
Released from prison after a wrongful conviction, native Alaskan Sam Tarkington is determined to regain his business, repair his reputation, and rebuild his life. But when he meets a desperate and vulnerable woman, guarding secrets of her own, she tugs at his heart. She's a distraction he can't afford. Sam must choose Emily or achieving his dreams.
Like Emily's life, the peacefulness of the wilderness is an illusion as danger lurks in the distance. Does Sam hold the key to her survival or will her past cost them everything?
Thank you again for having me, Jackie. I’ve enjoyed visiting.
My books are available everywhere eBooks are sold and the print version is also available. I’d love to hear from your readers and can be reached on my website: http://LindaTrout.com or Like me on Facebook at http://facebook.com/LindaTroutAuthor/