INFERNO Releases Today!


Are you ready for INFERNO? Did you miss the Flashpoint Series Collection sale last month? If so, now is your chance to get INFERNO: A Flashpoint Series Novella without buying the whole set!

Available now in digital and print – the audiobook should release in the next few days – grab Carlos and Kaylea’s crazy first date now.

US Embassy Officer Kaylea Halpert needs a date for a black tie event at a dangerous foreign national’s lavish home. Preferably someone with brains and brawn who can watch her back. Special Forces Sergeant Carlos Espinosa is more than happy to escort the beautiful, brilliant diplomat–who just might be a CIA case officer–to the party. Their night together only gets hotter when he discovers Kaylea burns for him too.

Date night in Djibouti turns deadly when foreign agents target the couple. But who is the intended victim, the covert operator or the Green Beret? As Carlos and Kaylea use their combined skills to escape their captors, they uncover treachery that could ignite relations between the US and Djibouti–already at a flashpoint–and trigger an inferno.

Order Today – Audiobook coming soon!

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Kind Words from a Fellow Author

What an honor to be cited as an example of an author who does the necessary research, by Louise Dawn Writer. It is so important to me to do my settings justice. I will get things wrong, but I will always, always try my best to be accurate and show respect for both my readers and the places I write about by doing my homework.

When I’m writing about a place I’ve never been or a topic I know little about, I think about how I feel when I read someone writing fictional archaeology and they get the profession wrong ( ::cough:: treasure hunters are not archaeologists). The moment I read that, I wonder what else the author didn’t bother to research? I’m no longer trusting the author to tell me plausible story. I ask myself if someone from Djibouti or DR Congo read my books, would they want to throw it against the wall? I hope instead they’ll think, “Well, at least she tried.” ?



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