Storm Warning by Linda Hall
Kind of an apropos title for a book that comes out in January, wouldn’t you say? This morning as I sit at my desk and look out of my window, our front lawn is covered with piles and chunks of old snow, the dirty leavings of our last storm. We're all waiting for a fresh snowstorm to cover it all up and make it clean again.
Right now I'm in a kind of 'storm' myself as I frantically finish up the writing of the third Whisper Lake novel due out later this year. But such is the life of a writer -- spaces of frantic writing followed by calendar dates of relative calmness and rest (and reading, of course) but always thinking ahead to that next book, and the one after that, and the one after that, even when these novels are long into the future.
Storm warning is the first in Linda Hall’s Whisper Lake series of romantic suspense novels is on bookstore shelves now! The rustic lakeside homestead is supposed to be a refuge for widow Nori Edwards. However, the moment the single mom arrives, strange and frightening things start happening. Former police officer Steve Baylor—the only resident who'll step foot on the "cursed" property—vows to protect Nori. And catch the shadowy someone dead set on terrorizing her. For the first time, she feels safe. But danger won't stay hidden forever…and neither will Nori's stalker, who's waiting for a chance to let a deadly storm roll in. On Thin Ice, the second Whisper Lake novel will be in stores in April.
Storm Warning is available at grocery stores, Wal-Mart, drugstores bookstores until the middle part of February. Or it can be ordered online here: http://www.eharlequin.com/storeitem.html?iid=20697&AID=10375439&PID=2590327