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Wednesday, 16 September 2015

☀ Exposed: Aspen Lake [2] - Karyn Good

Thank you for joining us on the Virtual Book Tour for Exposed, a Romantic Suspense by (, The Wild Rose Press, Inc, 297 pages).

This is the second book in the Aspen Lake series.

PREVIEW: Read the first chapter with Amazon Look Inside.

Check out the book's synopsis and the excerpt below.

Author Karyn Good will be awarding a $50 Amazon/BN gift card to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.  Please do take part: comment on our post and follow the tour where you will be able to read other excerpts (☀) and reviews (✍).


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Synopsis

Kate Logan needs a safe haven, a place to start over after her modeling career disintegrates in scandal. But her hometown of Aspen Lake isn’t the sanctuary she hoped. Her vow of a low-key life is disrupted by a break-in and other strange happenings at her boutique. As the chair of Aspen Lake’s Gothic Revival Festival, she’s also drawn the ire of a religious fanatic. Kate is up to her stilettos in drama and intrigue including one sexy carpenter who’s determined to get in her way.

New to town, Seth Stone is seeking inspiration and solitude to concentrate on his art. Short on funds, he agrees to take on a second job restoring the damage to Kate’s Closet. Trouble erupts along with the desire to get to know Kate better. When he’s used as a pawn in a smear campaign against his gorgeous boss Seth fights back. But now the whole town is watching. Including the man determined to further his own agenda. Time is running out with nowhere to hide.

Teaser: Excerpt

Seth shook his head. “I moved here with the intention of concentrating on my art. I can’t afford to get involved with anyone right now. No matter how beautiful or appealing. You don’t seem like the sex and forget it type. And that’s all I have in me right now.”

Wasn’t that the story of her life? Men wanting to have sex with her but not interested in getting to know the real her? All they saw was the face.

She knew how to deal with men like that. She froze them out. “Well, thank you for being honest with me.”

Really, it was for the best. Did she want him to get to know the neurotic, insecure woman she’d become in the last six years? Did she want this beautiful man to see the real her? She should back away. Put more than two feet of distance between them.

“Tell me I’m wrong.” His Adam’s apple bobbed. “Then ask me to stay and I will.”

“No, you’re not wrong.” She looked away. Too tempted by far to risk being carefree enough to sleep with him. To kiss him goodbye afterwards. To work with him the next day like nothing had happened. Wished she didn’t believe in consequences. Or guilt.

“I should go.” He ran a hand over the stumble forming along his jawline before retrieving his shirt. At the door, with his back to her, he said, “I’ll see you tomorrow.”
She nodded, but he didn’t see it. He was out the door. His boot treads fading as he jogged down the stairs.

Then silence.

The kind that stretched to fill the four corners of a room. A quiet that left little doubt you were utterly and completely alone.

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The Series: Aspen Lake

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Backlash [1]

What he's sworn to protect, she's willing to sacrifice to save those she loves...

When dedicated teacher Lily Wheeler interrupts a vicious gang attack on one of her students, she vows it won't happen again. But her rash interference puts her in the path of a cold-blooded killer and the constable tracking him--a man she has little reason to trust, but can never forget.

Constable Chase Porter returned to Aspen Lake to see justice done, not renew old acquaintances. But when he rescues the woman he once loved from a volatile situation, he realizes his feelings for Lily haven't lessened over the years.

Now, the dangerous killer Chase has sworn to capture has Lily in his sights. Can Chase and Lilly learn to trust each other again before it's too late--or will old insecurities jeopardize their future? [Published 30 May 2012, 246 pages]

About the Author

I grew up on a farm in the middle of Canada's breadbasket. Under the canopy of crisp blue prairie skies I read books. Lots and lots of books. One day the inevitable happened and I knew without question the time was right. What to write was never the issue - romance and the gut wrenching journey towards forever.

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15 comments:

  1. What is your greatest inspiration when creating your characters?

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    1. Great question Melissa! For me, often the plot comes first and is often inspired by local or global headlines. And once I figure out where the story needs to take place in order to make things happen the characters start to take shape. They are often inspired by a combination of things: real life people (especially for villains) and who they need to be to make the story interesting and take it where I want it to go. Does that make any sense? Kate in Exposed came out of the idea of an person who was beautiful but very broken. And Seth came from my desire to create a person who could deal with her and lift her up (in an emotional sense) but also accept her for who she is.

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  2. Thank you for hosting me today! This is a great site and I'm happy to be here and answer any questions!

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    1. Hello Karyn, it was our pleasure! thank you for joining us today.
      Flora

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    2. Hello Karyn, it was our pleasure! thank you for joining us today.
      Flora

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  3. I enjoyed reading the excerpt today. Sounds like a really good book.

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    1. Thanks Karen! It's a labour of love that got it's start with National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) in 2009.

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  4. I really enjoyed the excerpt, thank you! National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is quite an interesting concept.

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  5. Great post, I liked reading the excerpt. Thanks for sharing :)

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  6. Enjoyed reading the synopsis, thank you!

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  7. Love the kinda disturbing book cover!! :)

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  8. I enjoyed the excerpt. I can't wait to read more. Thank you!

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