Detective Tres Masters is frustrated with his career. Another slam-dunk case is going down the tubes and this one is personal. He needs a way to release all the tension or he's going to go insane. When he runs into Dos and Copper, they introduce him to a friend. A female friend who can't seem to leave fast enough when he joins them. Despite his no relationships rule, Tres finds himself intrigued.
Izzy Jovanovich is perfectly happy with her quiet life as a tutor. The only people she is beholden to are her clients, and she likes it that way. At least she did until a brooding detective walked into her life. She sees shadows of loss and hurt in his eyes. She knows that feeling too well. She should keep her distance. Instead she does the opposite and offers to be a sounding board if he needs one. But, he's a detective. Can she help him without revealing anything about herself? Can she risk the temptation of getting close to someone again or will her past come back to haunt them both?
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About the Author
Born in upstate New York, she is officially the only Yankee in the family (and yes, a die-hard Yankees fan), as the rest were born in Kentucky. If you ever speak to her in person, don't be surprised when a "y'all" pops out.
Sandra has always loved words. By seventh grade she should have known she would be a writer, when much to the regret of her classmates, she chose idiosyncrasies as a spelling word. One of the high points of her life was the first time she beat her mother at Scrabble!
When asked why she started writing she will tell you it is because if she doesn't the characters running around in her head won't let her sleep. No, she's not crazy (though her two sons would debate that claim). The problem is, while she was busy during the day with her day job and family, the only time her characters had a chance to play and work through plot problems was when she got ready to sleep. To solve this dilemma, she would take some time before bed to let them play and get their issues on the page. Amazingly, it worked well for everyone involved.
Now her characters get plenty of attention as people who know her are constantly asking how her writing is going or what a certain character is doing. Never wanting to let anyone down, she writes whenever she has a spare few minutes. This has lead to many manuscripts.
She belongs to Romance Writers of America and two of its chapters as well as Crested Butte Writers. She has won several writing awards. Her first contest win was for a short contemporary romance titled 24K Nanny. It was the first time she'd ever entered a contest. The thrill of having others enjoy her work that much insured that she continued to write. She has since placed and won in numerous contests.
Now she writes primarily Romantic Suspense with an occasional dabble in Futuristic/Fantasy Romance. Her favorite sister, okay, her only sister said of one of Sandra's manuscripts, "I knew there was a dark side to you." Don't worry. Though she can write some nasty villains, the romance is still, and always will be, primary for Sandra.
Feel free to stop by her website at www.sandrakerns.com and say hi.