Wednesday, April 22, 2015

WHY I WROTE COLLISION COURSE By Cynthia Hickey

I love writing cozy mysteries and romantic suspense. I write other genres, too, but those are my favorites. Collision Course is book six in my Overcoming Evil series. I take modern day happenings and turn them into happy endings with a kick-butt heroine and a hunky hero. Now, my heroine might not start out tough.

In Collision Course, Lacey Baxter, was not the bravest person in the county. In fact, fueled more by revenge than a sense for justice, she might be considered more foolish than brave. She's more than happy to team up with handsome DEA agent, John Canyon. Except, she had no idea what seeking revenge would unravel. Still, when events came to a head, Lacey was a gal a man could count on.

Here is the back cover blurb for Collision Course:
Lacey Baxter knows her uncle killed her aunt and she is out to prove it! When she flees her home, she almost runs over and kills DEA agent John Canyon, who is out to get justice for his brother's death, while raising his orphaned niece.

When they discover they're after the same group of men, the two band together against overwhelming odds to bring down a corrupt men set on ruling their small town.

John and Lacey are on a collision course with evil and must rely on not only each other, but on God to safe a town and bring justice.

Has there ever been a time when you rushed ahead without thinking clearly?

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