The truth is there is no single answer.
From the time we’re teenagers, we’re thinking about finding a mate. When we’re old and alone, our spouse long gone, we’re remembering the romantic days when we fell in love, the days of our lives we spent with someone who loved us.
From the start, it’s a journey fraught with perils. Today, with people living in cities, the odds of finding the right mate are mind-boggling. Thousands of bars and restaurants, millions of people all searching for someone. People turn to Internet dating to improve their chances of finding a person with the same interests...someone they might have a chance to love.
In my latest book, AGAINST THE STORM, the fourth in my AGAINST series, Trace Rawlins is a man who’s had rotten luck with women, especially redheads. So when Maggie O’Connell, a fiery tempered, red-headed photographer, comes to him for help against a stalker, Trace’s instincts warn him away. He doesn’t trust her and as some of her secrets come to life, Trace is even more determined to stay away from her--no matter how much he wants her in his bed.
But what if Maggie is telling the truth and she really is in danger? No matter his feelings, Trace is determined to keep her safe.
The best part about reading a Romance is that from the very first page, the reader secretly knows that whatever perils this couple faces, whatever suffering they endure, will be worth it.
Because by the last page of the book, these lovers are going to get the happy ending they deserve, the forever kind of love.
I hope you will watch for AGAINST THE STORM, and that you’ll look for AGAINST THE NIGHT and AGAINST THE SUN, coming after the first of the year.
Till then very best wishes and happy reading, Kat
Learn more about AGAINST THE STORM by clicking here.
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Interview with Kat:
And finally...a treat for readers, as Kat is going to give away to one lucky reader am autographed copy of AGAINST THE STORM. But to be in the running for the book, you must comment!
Ask Kat any questions or just comment, she'll be by to respond.
Good luck, and THANK YOU to Kat Martin!