Kristi Harrison loved her job as a flight attendant for Worldwide Airlines until a crash killed her fiancee and her best friend. Unable to deal with survivor’s guilt, she escaped to a friend’s beach house in Florida were she hoped to find the one thing that had eluded her for the past six months…peace. When nightmares drove her from her bed, she sought the quiet of the moonlit beach. It was there that Scott Sanders, driven by his own midnight demons, first met her. He was living in his own hell, trying to deal with a plane crash in the jungles of Vietnam that has taken his best friend and RIO…while Scott was the pilot. hey had both been kissed by the angel of death and survived. Together they learn how to forgive without forgetting and how to move forward and learn to celebrate life. USA Weekend Recommended Book. Romantic Times Special Achievement Award and 4+ Stars rating.
“Kathy Clark has had 23 romance / women’s fiction novels published by several publishers, including Harlequin and Dell which have sold more than 3 million copies globally in at least 11 different languages. Her books have appeared on the New York Times and USA Today Best Seller lists and she has received numerous industry awards including Romantic Times Readers’ Choice Awards. In 2013 two of her books won first place in The Best Indie Books of the year for Young adult and suspense.
After spending several years writing screenplays she has returned to writing novels and has branched out into suspense, mainstream and young adult genres. She has enjoyed co-writing these latest books with her husband Bob Wernly under the pen name of Bob Kat.
Kathy’s latest and 24th book published was After Midnight, a suspense set in Denver and is the first of a trilogy called Denver After Dark. It has been well received and reviewers, across the board, have rated it 4 and 5 stars. The trailer for that book can be found from my website at www.nightwriter93.com or directly on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxSkqqaD-2Q
Bob Kat became active in 2012 with two projects published.
First was the mainstream novel, Life’s What Happens, a fictionalized treatment of the 1969 to early 1970 anti-war movement as it played out at Kent State University. Bob Wernly was there, and the characters and thoughtful telling of the story was a fascinating insight into the era. The reviews have been amazing. The direct link to the YouTube trailer can be found at the following http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQBnqNNNHUE&feature=plcp
But after several years of contemplating where to take their newly launched co-writing career, they concluded there was a mutual and burning passion to spend their time writing for young adults. The passion stems from the many real-life stories of teen suicide, bullying, runaways, abuse and drugs. Add to that, the caustic nature of the television and film content that most certainly weighs on this age group’s ability to maintain a positive healthy outlook as they mature into their twenties. The CUL8R time travel action adventure series was inaugurated in December, 2012. There are many unique features of this series, and the positive message it will send to its readers will be awesome! That’s right, awesome! Really. Actually, it will be epic! The series website is www.cuul8rseries.com Book #1, OMG was published in eBook and paperback in time for Christmas. And no zombies or vampires were killed in the making of the series!
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