For those of you who have been waiting patiently for book two of The Fringe, I’m excited to announce that it’s finally here!
I’m sorry it’s taken so long. February was a crazy month for me. Along with some pretty big changes in my personal life, I was able to take a big step in my author journey by giving up my full-time job as an editor to pursue more writing. I won’t just be writing books, but I’ll definitely have more time to devote to that in the very near future.
I want to thank you all so much for your strong moral support, your kind reviews, and your continued patronage. (That sounds weird, but I don’t know what else to call it. Thanks for buying my books, guys!)
Here’s a little about Exposure:
When Harper discovered the truth about Bid Day, she inadvertently painted a target on her back. Now Constance, the infamous espionage unit, wants her and her friends kept quiet at all costs. She and Eli are being sent out into the Fringe, where they’ll face damaging radiation, violent gangs of survivors, and be forced to fulfill Recon’s sinister duty.
After her first deployment goes bad, Harper is racked with guilt and paralyzed by fear. Out there, it’s kill or be killed, but the real danger is inside the compound. Eli is determined to protect Harper, but that means tearing down the walls he’s worked so hard to build.
The only way to avoid a brutal death on the Fringe and escape Constance’s control is to flee to a neighboring compound. Eli wants to risk it all for Harper, but to choose her, he’ll also have to give up his only connection to his past.