FireStarterby Georgia Tribell
Miranda Carter is a quiet person who enjoys the solitary life she’s built for herself. Even her job, as a Law Historian, keeps her
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Hundreds of years after the population of Earth was decimated by a meteor, most of its inhabitants have the ability to manipulate natural elements to a small degree. Some though have taken this ability to an all new level.
Miranda Carter is a quiet person who enjoys the solitary life she’s built for herself. Even her job, as a Law Historian, keeps her isolated, out of the spot light, and away from inquiring eyes, insuring the safety of her deepest darkest secret. That is until her long time nemesis Grady O’Brien is falsely convicted of murder and sentenced to immediate death.
Grady O’Brien knew his job with the Special Powers Department, a top secret government agency dedicated to bringing in criminals with above normal supernatural powers, was going to dangerous. What he wasn’t prepared for was getting married to the woman who’d fueled his fantasies for years in order to be saved from imminent death.
Now, if he can keep them both alive long enough to find the person who framed him for murder, they might be able to follow their hearts.
Meet the Author
Story telling has always been in my blood and my head, but it wasn’t until later in life that I started putting those stories on paper. I love our world and the time we live in, even with all the problems, which explains why I normally write contemporary romantic suspense. Recently I stepped out of my box and tried my hand at a futuristic romantic suspense. I must admit that trying something so new was exciting, now we’ll just have to see if any thing comes of it.
I’m a Texan from the top of my head to my feet, but you’ll seldom see me in a cowboy hat or boots. I attended the University of Houston earning a BA in Computer Information System. From there I went to work for a NASA contractor and spent several enjoyable years helping install and test software in the control center. After leaving that position I ventured into the world of contracting, which was exhausting, before landing a job at Enron. I’m sure you know how that ended, so I won’t bore you with the details. Don’t feel sorry for me though, after Enron left me, I took a job that allowed me to spend more time with my family and concentrate more on my writing.
I live in the same town I grew up in with my husband, two boys and two dogs. When I’m not being housekeeper, chauffer, chef, plumber or wife you’ll find me with my laptop typing away and ignoring the mayhem that seems to constantly surround me.
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A well written book. I enjoyed it very much. Thanks for the great read. J... :-@