At a remote campsite in the mountains of North Carolina, a woman arrives seeking the protection of Boyd Glover, the technician known as Falling Rocks.
Falling Rocks is renowned for being a careful, meticulous planner who leaves nothing to chance. He thinks everything through, six times over, before making a move or a decision. However, the skills of the accident specialist paled in comparison to their team leader, The Archangel. A leader, three steps ahead of everyone in the game, especially Falling Rocks, who enjoys the life of a loner.
Charlotte Worthington didn’t want to be under the protection of such a man, nor to be forced into his company, but she needed a change in her life. If the Archangel said this is where she needed to be, then she trusted his guidance. She understood why Falling Rocks was chosen to be her champion, and also realized he was the man the Archangel had chosen to be her husband.
Too bad no one told that to Falling Rocks.
The Technicians return to summarize unanswered questions, bring to a conclusion a lingering problem, and start a new adventure. There is always love, laughter, and learning in the next installment of the international best-selling serial, the Technicians. The ground is tilled for a fresh planting, this time, with a Blind Seed.
Targeted Age Group:: 18+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
This is part of my international best-selling serial, The Technicians. The story revolves around a crew of specialized individuals charged with keeping the world safe from predators. The predators have become the prey under the watchful stalking of "The Glitter Man." In this entry, the one thing the Glitter Man wants more than anything is be reunited with his daughter. I wrote this book to close the door, the plot line and allow the Glitter Man to come home and see how his seed had grown, without his watchful eye;ergo, Blind Seed.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I played with the idea of John Wick in the Continental and the other tenants. What if the other members of the organization had families as well? This is where I got the idea.
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