When Ellie Watt made the ultimate sacrifice for Camden McQueen, she never thought it would be easy. But walking away with her ex-lover, Javier Bernal, in order to ensure Camden’s safety has brought a whole new set of dangers. With Javier’s plans for Ellie growing more secretive by the moment, Ellie must find a way to stay ahead of the game before her past swallows her whole.
Meanwhile, Camden’s new life is short-lived. Fueled by revenge and pursued by authorities, he teams up with an unlikely partner in order to save Ellie. But as Camden toes the line between love and retribution, he realizes that in order to get back the woman he loves, he may have to lose himself in the process. He might just turn into the very man he’s hunting.
Told in dual POV from Camden and Ellie.
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5 Fun Facts for SHOOTING SCARS
I wrote Shooting Scars in about two weeks. I was fueled by energy drinks and movie soundtracks (think Bourne Supremacy and Green Zone). I even went away to a local bed and breakfast for a few days to really hunker down and give it my all. On the last day of writing, I wrote 12K words before I handed it in. Man, I’m getting all jazzed up again just thinking about it. Shooting Scars was a fun, high-adrenaline, stressful journey for me and I loved every minute of it!
I learned so much about Mexican drug cartels while researching this book and was so captivated by them, that I’m setting more books in that world down the line. Seriously. I want to immerse myself in their dirty, dangerous lives…you know, without having to really go to Veracruz or Acapulco. Beheadings are real and no bueno.
The main character in The Artist Trilogy is named Ellie, who is named after my old dog, who was named after the character Ellie Satler in Jurassic Park, one of my favorite books and movies (I was obsessed)
I met my fiance when I was casting a book trailer for the third book of my Experiment in Terror series. He answered the Craiglist ad for the character of Dex and it was love at first.
- I was also in Fringe! I was given money by the alternate universe villain, David Robert Jones! Yes, I was a movie extra for eight years before I quit to focus on my writing. I’ve been in movies and TV shows from Psych and Once Upon a Time, to License to Wed and…wait for it…Alvin and the Chipmunks 3, CHIPWRECKED.