Robbed of her future and family, Kerrie King is on the hunt for justice.
After thugs murdered her husband and two-year-old son, a fiery determination ignited within Kerrie to find the killers. Never could she have imagined her hunt would lead her to Project Triton and a super suit that would change everything.
Now, she finds herself charged with uncovering corruption in Liberty City and dealing with resurfacing feelings for her best friend, Josh.
In the midst of it all, can Kerrie find a way to rebuild her life? Or will the dilemmas of maintaining a mild-mannered alter ego thrust her deeper into her heroic new calling?
I like my romance the way I like my coffee…dark! But I also like throwing in a twist and tossing in a little suspense and adventure for good measure.
My characters are far from perfect. Some of them have flaws so large that they’re really obstacles. But somehow, those who love them find a way to deal with each and every quirk.
Words should give you an indication of character. Although Kerrie King painted a great image of Tristan Edwards, it was her summation that proved her point.
Justice from the Shadows
Tristan Edwards had been the editor for the Liberty City High’s Eagle Press. We met during freshman year after a track meet. Back then, Tristan had greasy blond hair, pimples, and wore vintage clothing. Despite his outward appearance, Tristan thought he was attractive. Time had passed. His hair was cleaner and his skin was clearer, but the clothes he chose still belonged to the wrong decade—circa 1980. One thing stayed the same. Tristan was about as enticing as a flooded toilet at a street fair. Sadly, Tristan didn’t have a clue about his lack of appeal.