Almost finished writing Dangerous Deception. Once I reach the end I’ll need a couple of days relaxation, then I’ll have to tackle the housework that’s gone feral while I’ve been concentrating on getting my characters and plot into shape.
Rogan and Breeanna, the main characters, have been interesting to write. If you’ve read Deadly Tide, you’ll already know something about Rogan, the ex-Navy part-owner of a dive and charter boat operating on the Great Barrier Reef. In that book, Rogan played a pivotal role in helping Chayse Jarrett, an undercover cop, bring some rather vicious criminals to justice. In Dangerous Deception Rogan’s twin brother Liam is missing, and he begins to wonder who he can trust and who is lying to him.
The one person he knows he has to help is Breeanna Montgomery, a woman running from mysterious men who want something they think she has. Men who will kill to get what they want. Liam was hired to find Breeanna, and Rogan thinks she is the key to his disappearance.
Only five weeks to the Romance Writers of Australia annual conference in Sydney. They’re a great group of people and I love taking the opportunity to catch up with them. I just hope Sydney is a little warmer than it was when the last conference was held there. We’re spoiled living here in Bundaberg, as it has the fourth best climate in the world (according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica).
My friend Sara Bennett has sent me her latest Avon book, Kissing the Bride, and I’m looking forward to reading it soon. You’ll find a link to Sara’s website on my Links page.