Sunday, March 16, 2008

Good Knight is Here!

Yay! It's finally been released!! ;) After struggling to make this book a knock-your-socks-off read, I finally finished this puppy and now it's available to my waiting readers everywhere! ;)

When the past comes back to life...

When a mission in Montreal goes tragically wrong, Sara Stark vows to take down the group responsible. The Trifecta is a shadow organization headed by the one woman she wished had stayed dead... From Houston to Brazil, nothing will stop Sara, not even an unexpected side effect from the experimental drug the Trifecta injected her with. For her Knight Inc. partner and new husband, Drake Knight, the more dangerous threat could prove to be the battle raging within Sara between might and right. But with the welfare of the world at stake, they may not have the option of disarming their most lethal weapon--Sara herself.

...can anyone survive?

Check it out at :)

I think what I most enjoyed about this was Sara's addiction. Already one tough cookie, getting into her skin when she's addicted to adrenaline was a totally wild ride for me. I also got to pick one of my dream vacation spots: Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. One of these days, I'm going to see that wonderful festival up and close and personal :)

Oh! And I got to give Sara the most fabulous piece of equipment ever! This tank-cycle is totally awesome. I first read about the Hyanide in my favorite magazine, Popular Science and couldn't wait to work it into one of my stories. Who better than Sara Stark?

I'm totally excited about this and can't wait to hear back from readers what they think about my book. If you want to start the series from the beginning, you can read Stark Knight first, which is a thrill all by itself (a gunfight on a glass catwalk, Sara battling bad guys in nothing but a towel...) and then Silent Knight which has some of my favorite scenes in the series, including the escape from a terrorist's lab on a deserted island and cold-water diving to retrieve a case from a crashed plane in Lake Superior.

All of them were a great deal of fun to write, each of them offers a full and complete story of its own. I'm sooo looking forward to hearing what readers think!!

Your Friendly Neighborhood Writer, J.R. :)


R. J. Thorne said...

Even though I've declared a moratorium on the purchase of new books until I (1) read some of what I have stacked on my bookshelves and (2) start writing again, I'm so incredibly tempted to buy Good Knight.

Maybe I can find a way to justify this one little exception. Just this one. Maybe. Somehow.

Also, glad to see you updating again.

J.R. Turner said...

R.J.!! Soooo cool to see you again!! ;)

How's the writing going? Am I going to be reading your totally awesome paranormal romance any time soon?? :)

As to a justification :) Tell a friend to get it for you for an Easter present! LOL! :) (That's how I get most of my power tools--I ask for them for Mother's Day and Easter and Christmas, etc. )

I know about the TBR pile too, I've got so many on mine, that even after packing up all my *other* books in anticipation of moving to our new house, I've still got enough to keep me reading through the whole summer ;)

Stay in touch, R.J. :) It was truly awesome to hear from you again!