Sonja Grey is a narcotics detective, who’s a member of Prayer Tabernacle. She and her nemesis, Max Trent, are handpicked to go undercover on an assignment to capture a thug who’s dealing drugs out of Sonja’s church. Max is in love with Sonja–has been since the first time he laid eyes on her. He understands that the antagonism between them is a result of Sonja’s efforts to fight her attraction to him. He bides his time, waiting for her to realize that she’s in love with him. Sonja’s attraction to Max intensifies, but because of a painful past relationship, she’s afraid to step from behind the wall of antagonism and admit it to him. Max is relentless and chips away at her wall until it crumbles.
Johnny Stone is a product of the choices made by his parents when he was a child. Those choices damaged him emotionally and resulted in him holding a deep-rooted anger at God. He lives a dark, violent life.
Sonja has also captured the heart of two well-meaning older ladies at her church. In spite of the comical and unwitting interference of these ladies, Sonja and Max eventually nab their suspect and find lasting love in each other.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write about the topics you care about. Enjoy the process.
Toni V. Lee is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) Association. She has a BSBA degree in business administration from the University of Central Florida.
She’s an IT professional and serves as a teacher in the Christian education ministry at her church.What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Using drama, romance, suspense and comedy, I wanted to illustrate the far reaching and sometimes, devastating consequences and imprisonment that can result from our actions.