Meet The Author:
Veronica Forand is an attorney and an award-winning writer of romantic suspense. She’s lived in Boston, London, Paris, Geneva, and Washington, DC and currently resides near Philadelphia. An avid traveler, she loves to roam across continents with her husband and kids in pursuit of skiing, scuba diving, and finding the perfect piece of chocolate. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America, the Kiss of Death, RWA’s chapter for romantic suspense and mystery, the RWA Contemporary Romance Chapter, the Valley Forge Romance Writers, the Washington Romance Writers, and the International Thriller Writers. Veronica is represented by Michelle Grajkowski of 3 Seas Literary Agency
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Top 10: Top Ten Reasons Romantic Suspense is the Best Genre to Read and to Write
#10 - It’s two genres in one, because romantic suspense readers require more complexity to their stories.
#9 - Most of the heroes that get shot are healed within twenty pages.
#8 - Evil can lurk inside everyone, including the heroine.
#7 - Readers know the difference between a gun clip and a magazine and expect the writer to know this as well.
#6 - There’s no time for a sagging story middle when someone is chasing the hero and heroine.
#5 - Shoot them, punch them, stab them. It doesn't matter, because the hero and heroine always survive.
#4 - The villain is revealed in the first third of the book so you can worry more about how he’ll die than who he is.
#3 - There’s no room for romantic misunderstandings, the conflict is real and trying to kill you.
#2 - Characters who are “too stupid to live” die, leaving kick ass heroines and the hunky guys that stay with them. ...and the Number One Reason Romantic Suspense is the Best Genre to Read and to Write:
#1 - Steamy scenes in the middle of a gun battle: hot, fast, dangerous.
Featured Release: Code Red by Veronica Forand
Genre: Romantic Suspense Release
Date: August 22, 2014
Synopsis: Jessica Wonder, a bank teller living in a remote area of Canada, fell in love with the wrong man and spirals into a month of poor choices to crush out the pain engulfing her heart. Kieran Brody is in Canada to coordinate the swap of a Russian spy for a CIA officer. This is his last assignment. After years in the CIA, he craves a quieter life. The assignment implodes when the CIA officer he’s in charge of bringing home dies. His Russian counterparts panic and seize Kieran and Jessica, who he nicknames Red for her crimson hair. Kieran sees through Red’s phony bravado and tries to protect her from the hell they've been thrust into. In the process, the fiery beauty embeds herself into his heart.