From the Author
What can I say? Definitely not that I can pass up a challenge because I can't. And so, I wrote Darker Water.
Darker Water is a twist on The Frog Prince, with Laney believing she has the metaphorical power to turn good men--princes--into a$$holes--frogs. Because all the men she'd fallen for had seemed perfect right up until she found out they were total pricks. So what does she need to make her believe in love again? A frog, of course. An a$$hole who, because of her strength and faith in him, can finally accept that he's been an amazing man all along.
The fairytale at the beginning of that book (and for the next five books) came to me as soon as I started typing. It just flowed and set up the entire framework for the story. The second part of Laney and Carson's fairytale, at the end, encapsulates how they've grown, how they've helped each other heal, and where they're headed.
When I was challenged by readers (remember how I said I can't say no to a challenge?) to give them more of Carson, I did.
Deeper Water is a continuation of Carson and Laney's love story, what I call their after happily-ever-after, as well as that of Hayden and Andi, the main characters from Virtually Impossible (Book #2). I've always been a firm believer that stories don't end on the last page of a book, just like our love stories don't end when we say "I do." At least I hope they don't because that would be awful.
So in Deeper Water, Carson and Laney run into some hurdles and have to repair the kind of cracks that pop up in all relationships, regardless of how wonderful they are.
So it's a pretty full cast for a shorter-than-my-normal book. I guess I just can't say goodbye to any of my characters. Don't be surprised if one of my paranormal characters appears in this series.
About the Author
Because what doesn't kill us should make us laugh.