Kennedy Drake loves exploring dark places, which makes his job as a graveyard shift security guard ideal. While checking out strange noises in his elderly neighbor’s basement, he discovers a hidden room with a woman trapped inside. Chastity Mooreland has more to fear than her time trapped in darkness. Will Kennedy believe her bizarre tale of a stalker no one thinks is guilty—and will he help free her from a life of despair? Can Chastity look past her suspicion of mankind to accept his offer of friendship?
I’m looking forward to the release of this one. It’s quite a bit different from Dreams Do Come True. For one thing, it’s not a romance. Another difference is that it’s written entirely from Kennedy’s point of view. I’ll admit right now that thinking like a man isn’t always easy. David Jameson in Dreams Do Come True was my first attempt at writing the male POV. I learned a lot through that adventure, and I think I did pretty well writing Light in the Darkness from Kennedy’s perspective. Time (and readers/reviews) will tell.
Just as soon as I know the release date, I’ll post it here. Have a great Monday!