In the third book of the Colorado Dreams series, romance and suspense truly do collide when another Pinecrest, Colorado detective comes face to face with his past. Connor, from Dream Stalker, lends a hand with some research and moral support. Still, it's a bumpy ride through Pinecrest and the foothills as Sam tries to make peace with the pain our heroine caused him.
Pinecrest, Colorado Detective Sam Callaghan doesn't know it, but he's walking into the weekend from hell. The sniper he stops while running an errand turns out to be the upside of the long Memorial weekend he faces. His past and present collide in a gut-wrenching crash when the only person injured by the sniper, turns out to be the last person he ever expected to see again. Even worse is the battle raging inside him; having despised her for so long, how can he still want her?
Nine years after Pinecrest's princess on the hill, Katrina Stokes left without a trace; she's back. Unable to deny a request from her estranged mother, she takes a chance to meet with her and explain why she disappeared. But the reunion is not to be. Instead, a sniper's bullet finds Rina as she dives to rescue a child. Seeing Sam take out the sniper, Rina knows she has to disappear again before he or anyone else recognizes her. His life and that of their son depend on it.
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About the Author
Being a morning person allows her to get all her writing and other work done which leaves her time in the evenings for her favorite shows. Any given evening you can find her watching shows like NCIS, NCIS Los Angeles, Criminal Minds, Burn Notice, CSI, Elementary, Person of Interest and numerous others. Her interests don't stop at regular suspense but extend to the great beyond. One of her favorite series was Stargate SG-1. She's still waiting for a trip through the shimmering worm-hole ring. Warehouse 13, Continuum, and Defiance have also caught her interest and sparked ideas for several stories.
With all of these shows filled with quite a bit of violence you may wonder at her calling herself a romance writer. Never fear, while she enjoys the intricacies of figuring out the how, who, and why of crimes her real love is for the relationships that bind the players together. The bonds partners on the force and off the force. The dance between people at work, at play, and in their everyday settings. These are what keep Sandra writing her stories where Romance and Suspense Collide.
Sandra invites you to stop by her website/blog: sandrakerns.com - Where Romance and Suspense Collide to learn more about her, her unusual blog posts, characters, and current releases.