Emma Simms is running for her life and she doesn't know why. Receiving a cryptic email from her step-brother Eric sends her life into a tailspin. She goes to their cabin in Upstate New York to find him near death. He sends her on a cross-country trip to Colorado to find Artemis Jones and a mysterious flash drive that will explain everything. While on the road to Colorado, she discovers Eric died and not only do the authorities consider her a person of interest, her parents believe she is responsible for his death. In order to get her life back she must find Artemis Jones and hope he has the answers that will end this nightmare.
Artemis Jones has turned his back on civilization since the death of his wife, two years ago. He has kept in touch with one person from his former life, Eric Barron. On his way to their monthly meeting, he stops to help a woman along the road. An action he regrets immediately. Learning she's the step-sister of his partner raises a red flag. Eric knows better than to send a stranger to meet with him. Which raises the question where's Eric?
Will Emma be able to trust this reclusive stranger to help her? Can the two of them work together to find Eric's killer and clear her name?
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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 has also caught her interest and has 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. She is always trying to figure out the bonds between partners on and off the force, the dance between people at work, at play, and in their everyday settings. These are the driving force that keeps Sandra writing her stories where Romance and Suspense Collide.