Friday, January 26, 2018

[Author Interview] Hidden Danger by Jennifer Pierce #NewRelease #Inspy #Romance


Title: Hidden Danger: Small-Town Guardians Book 1
Author: Jennifer Pierce
Publisher: Anaiah Press
Length:182 pages
Genre: Inspirational Romantic Suspense

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Blurb:

All Maggie Jones wants to do is sell her late father’s property and get out of Whitehaven, Texas as fast as possible—before she runs into the one man she’s spent the past six years avoiding. Someone has other plans for her, though. Sinister plans. And when a seemingly harmless act of vandalism turns into a series of menacing threats, she has no choice but to turn to last person on earth she wants to see for help.

Sheriff Cody Smith never expected to see Maggie again, especially after he’d broken her heart all those years ago. Maybe this is the second chance he’s always wanted. But when he realizes Maggie’s in grave danger, he intends to keep her safe at all costs. With lines from an old nursery rhyme as their only clue, he needs to find out who’s behind this deadly game before the rhyme ends and Maggie’s time runs out. Can he protect her, catch the bad guy, and make amends for past wrongs? Or will old wounds get in the way?



Author Bio:
Jennifer Pierce currently lives in Arkansas with her husband and two children. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and River Valley Writers, where she serves as secretary.

You can learn more about Jennifer on her website and Twitter.


Tell us 5 surprising things about yourself. 
I’ve been tazed, voluntarily.
 I’ve been to Paris. 
I’m an old soul, 
I love 50s and 60s music. 
I’m addicted to Live PD. 
I don’t like gravy or ketchup, which is a big deal since I live in the South.

What is your writing environment. 
Whenever, wherever. I’m married, have two kids, and work full time. I write whenever I can. Usually it’s my lunch break and after the kids go to bed.

Do you plan all your characters out before you start a story or do they develop as you write?
I am a complete pantster. My characters and story develop as I write.

One of your favorite quotes. Don’t frown. You never know who is falling in love with your smile.

How did you get the idea for this particular novel? The story in my mind started with a woman who comes back to her hometown and has a run in with an old classmate. He calls her by a nickname she hates. I built the story from there.

Flirting Questions 
What does love feel like? It feels like home. (That’s in the book J )
Hey, baby! What’s your sign? Virgo
What’s an absolute no-no in a relationship? Dishonesty
How did you meet your significant other? We worked together at a truck stop.
If you could take a romantic trip, where would it be? Somewhere quiet, without a lot of distractions. A cabin in the woods.

Flirting Quickies: 

Planner or Panster? Pantster

Coffee or tea? Tea (syrupy sweet)

Vanilla or chocolate? Chocolate

Sleep in or get up early? Sleep in

Beach or mountains? Beach
Spotlight or In the Shadows? In the shadows
Backpacking or luxury hotel? Luxury hotel (running water and soap are mandatory.)
Morning or night person? Night owl
Christmas or Halloween? Christmas
Optimist or pessimist? Optimist




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