New Excerpt Posted: Triple Exposure


On July 29, 2008, I'll be celebrating the release of my eighth romantic thriller, Triple Exposure. If you enjoy free samples, please follow this link to read the opening chapter.


From the Back Cover:


A mother's love. A son's life snuffed out. A killer at large. Snapshots of reality, except sometimes layered images do not add up to a whole picture of the truth.
Better than anyone, photographer Rachel Copeland knows the camera can lie. That's how lurid altered pictures of her appeared on the Internet, starting a downward spiral that ended with her shooting a nineteen-year-old stalker in self-defense. Fleeing the press and the threats of an unidentified female caller, she retreats to her remote hometown in the Texas desert. In Marfa, where mysterious lights hover in the night sky, folks are used to the unexplainable, and a person's secrets are off limits. But recluse Zeke Pike takes that philosophy even further than Rachel herself. In her viewfinder Zeke's male sensuality is highlighted, his unexpressed longing for human contact revealed. Through a soft-focus lens, she sees a future for them beyond their red-hot affair, never guessing their relationship will expose the lovers to more danger than either can imagine.

To learn more about the mysterious Marfa Lights of West Texas, read all about them at the Handbook of Texas Online. It's fascinating stuff!


Thanks for reading!

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