Romantic Suspense
Date Published: June 13, 2017
Publisher: 5 Prince Publishing

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Someone has decided to become the moral compass for the women in town, and now they're turning up dead. It will be up to Detective Lacy Pratt to find their killer before her relationship with Declan Matthews, brother to one of the victims, marks her as a target.
About the Author

Bestselling Author Bernadette Marie is known for building families readers want to be part of. Her series The Keller Family has graced bestseller charts since its release in 2011. Since then she has authored and published over thirty books. The married mother of five sons promises romances with a Happily Ever After always…and says she can write it because she lives it.
Bernadette is also the CEO of 5 Prince Publishing and Illumination Author Events and Services.

Guest Post

5 Reasons to Writer Romance

 I love writing romance, even though when you say, “I write romance,” you get those looks! But if you’re confident, you can look past the looks and keep walking right to the bank. Romance is popular, and it’s a good time to write in this genre.

 Everyone wants to be loved. It’s true. So, the best reason to write romance is to share love with the world. Create a relationship from the ground up and make the world fall in love for just a few minutes.

  1. By writing romance, you can shed light on those characters who are not all alpha-male. I tend to like them soft, sweet, and perhaps a little nerdy. My readers seem to like it too. Everyone deserves romance.
  2. You can spin it however you want to. Long courtship, short courtship, or one of my favorites is the second chance romance. Because who doesn’t love a second chance. And the best part about writing second chance is your characters already know each other. You can build on what was instead of balancing your time line to make sure they know each other fully by the end.
  3. HEA! Everyone wants a HEA! Romance is the perfect place to put that. People love to read a book and feel good in the end. Trust me, this is my whole signature move.
  4. Romance is Hot! Hot! Hot! It always is. I don’t mean the sexual content of the book, but you can take that as far as you want to go. Romance is always trending. It’s a feel good, understood concept. Romance can be written into all the different genres too. But a straight up, modern day romance can be done easily without a great deal of research and world building. So if you’re starting out, this is a good place to start.
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