“I’ll wait forever, sunshine. I loved you then. I love you now. I’ll always love you.”
Former Navy SEAL Travis Blake is a rising star in the security business. In two short years, Blake Security Inc. has become highly sought after by the who’s who in Washington DC.
But unbeknownst to many, Travis is haunted by the mysterious death of his wife three years before. He carries with him the guilt of not being there to protect the one person who meant everything to him. He has buried his wife, but his heart refuses to accept that the body six feet under is hers. His obsessive search for her leads him deep into the trenches of covert ops—and everything is not what it seems.
Caitlin Kincaid has been on the run for a while. The sum of her memories began three years ago when she awakened with a broken arm and leg and a severe concussion. Hunted down by a secret group within the U.S. government, her companion persuades her to stay off the grid because of the standing kill order on their heads. One night, while fleeing assassins, she is left on the side of the road with a cryptic message: “It’s time for you to stop running. I’m not the one you love.”
When Travis receives news that the woman who has turned up at the American Embassy in Berlin could be his wife, he wastes no time getting to her. He is unprepared for the devastation that shreds him when Caitlin looks at him with no recognition in her eyes. Amnesia is a challenging enough obstacle for winning the love of his life back. But with lies defining the past three years of her life, Caitlin becomes wary of anyone’s help.
Love was never the problem. A marriage cannot survive without trust. As sinister forces threaten the bond they are trying to rebuild, trust must come quickly or one of them will die.
* Strong sexual content and language. Disturbing situations.
What do you do when you are not writing?
I read romance novels or watch movies. Movie-wise I like action, suspense, horror and romantic comedy.
If you could have any superpower what would you choose?
Telekinesis. I think it’ll be really cool to be able to control objects with your mind.
Do you use your OWN experiences?
I do, though not in the same way it occurs to me. I kind of embellish and because it’s fiction there is the power to change the outcome of what actually happened.
What one profession would you choose if you were not an author?
Chef. I was a pastry chef for a while, but then I realized I should have started my training earlier in life. I grew up in a restaurant, but all I did then was eat. How I wished now I paid attention and had written down all the recipes of my parents and grandmother. Now, I’m happy being a writer.
What is your favorite flavor of ice cream? Chocolate
Night owl, or early bird? Night owl
Red, or white wine? Red
Roller Coasters or Water Rides? Roller Coasters
Swimming in the ocean or a pool? Ocean
Walking or fitness club? Walking. I prefer running.
Any last words?
Thank you so much for being a part of the blog tour. I really appreciate this opportunity.
Thank you, Victoria, for taking the time for a quick chat and also for allowing Room With Books to be part of your tour!
I work as a freelance database administrator, and when I’m not geeking out, I write romantic suspense novels. I live in Richmond, Va—less than two hours away from Washington DC—so most of the settings of my books are in the nation’s capital—of course, I’m not averse to creating fictional towns and cities. 😉
When I’m not arguing with the alpha male characters in my head, I love to watch high-octane action movies. I think Jack Bauer is the shit, which is why most of my characters are such badasses bent on saving the world from evil doers.
I love reading adult contemporary, paranormal, urban fantasy, historical, romantic suspense, and a few new adult fiction as well as military non-fiction.