Welcome back, Beth. Do you have a favorite genre to write? If so, what is it?
I love romantic suspense! I’ve always loved a suspense element along with romance even when reading a historical novel.
If you didn’t live in the part of the country where you do, where would you live?
I’d love to live in the
Northwest again. Maybe Washington
instead of Oregon
What foreign country would you like to visit and why?
Describe what you think would be the most romantic vacation you could take.
I never thought I’d want to go to
Hawaii because I love Mountains and winter
sports, but I’ve been thinking about that lately after reading a Kristen
Heitzmann book set there.
Where would you like to set a story that you haven’t done yet?
I’ll probably keeping setting my stories in the Pacific Northwest for a while because I love it so much, but since I recently moved to Minnesota I’m starting to research and look around for key locations to set a story.
What is the main theme of this novel?
Beauty for ashes. That in our struggles we sometimes wonder why bad things happen, but God takes the bad things and makes something good out of them.
Tell us about the story.
Here’s the blurb:
Book 3 in Mountain Cove
NOWHERE LEFT TO HIDE
Tracy Murray had thought she’d be safe disappearing in the wilds of
after her testimony put away a gang leader. But the gang symbol tattooed on an
attacker’s arm means the clock has run out. She’s been found—and she knows the
killers won’t let her escape alive again. She can’t fight an entire gang
alone—she needs help. But when she finds herself relying on widowed firefighter
David Warren, a new struggle emerges. Fleeing Alaska and cutting all ties could be the
only way to survive…but it would mean leaving her heart behind.
Mountain Cove: In the Alaskan wilderness, love and danger collide
Please give us the first page of the book.
Tracy Murray knew she had little time. A storm brewed in the distance.
But Solomon’s urgent bark pulled her up the rising trail, indicating that there was someone in danger.
She sucked more air into her lungs that were already screaming from her workout.
Any other season on this trail—spring, winter, fall—she’d have to be concerned about the avalanche danger. But not during the summer, and because the season was so brief in
Alaska, Tracy had every intention
of enjoying the outdoors. Out for a run with her search-and-rescue golden
retriever, summer abounded around her in the form of wildflowers and sundry
small wildlife scurrying in and out of the flora.
Dread replaced the serenity she’d found on the trail.
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I always enjoy hosting you on my blog, Beth. And I love reading your books. I can't wait until my copy arrives.
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