With a heart filled with gratitude, I thank you for all the wonderful comments that Shadow of Silence has received since its release in January. Having said that, I want to apologize for not writing this sooner. Like the little demons who reside inside my computer with a sole mission of destroying my sanity, there are time-demons who steal away chunks of life.
While Annie and Dan have been making their way around the globe (I understand that readers in Canada, the UK, and Italy have put Shadow on their e-readers), I have been toiling away at Shadow of Betrayal. Betrayal is the story of Ansley Collier Sheridan. You may recall meeting Ansley in the Atlanta airport when she and Annie engaged in a brief conversation.
Ansley is a former ballet dancer who walked away from a major ballet company to marry Mark. As you might suspect, that didn't turn out so well. In recovering her self-esteem and forging a new life, Ansley becomes an attorney, who is intent on remaining single and independent. "Trust no man" could be her motto. However, despite her resolve, she is ill-prepared to cope with the man who unexpectedly steps into her life.
What happens? I can't tell you that. I can tell you that the computer demons willing, Shadow of Betrayal should be available before Christmas.