The series continues with Dana’s story in White Gold. Reunited with the father she thought was dead, battling her self-image of weight and being biracial, juggling her many jobs and searching for love, Dana is a force to be reckoned with. When she falls for State Bureau Investigator Jake Monroe, they uncover more of Leeward’s hidden secrets. Sex and drug trafficking going back several generations threatens to pull the small town apart.
Titanium Blue, will be out this summer, is Jenna’s story. Reunited with her estranged husband, Tar, Tobias Anthony Roberts, a former Marine who lost his leg in Afghanistan, Jenna and her family find themselves in the middle of the nightmare when their son, Toby goes missing. The three friends and their lovers, family and neighbors come together to rescue a child and expose the rest of the horrors the town has kept secret for years.
If you like gritty tales with strong female heroines, you'll want to check this series out!
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When Dana realizes there has been a security breach into her Cupid Zone database, she teams up with her friendly and sexy NC Investigative Agent, Jake Monroe. The closer the investigation gets, the stronger the attraction between the twosome. Should they give in to their desires, or keep it on a strictly professional basis? Both of them fear the prospects of emotional hurt.
When on the surface the breach seems to be simply a security breach, more disjointed clues surface and lead to the very strong possibility of a young girl sex trafficking ring with a very close connection to Dana and the people she cares most about.
In Hollister’s “true grit” style, she weaves the steamy tale of a strong woman seeking romance on her own terms yet carefully protecting her heart and doggedly defending her hometown against the monster responsible for terrorizing young women. Salted with humor, steamy scenes of passion, a strong sense of place, all wound into an intriguing plot with a satisfying conclusion, White Gold has Hollister’s fingerprints all over it. I strongly recommend the book as a seductive, page-turning read to those looking for a thriller peppered with romance.
Busy raising their six sons, Sherri wrote in the not so quiet moments of a hectic household. The children's exploits gave fuel for her stories and with the last son starting high school, Sherri began to take her writing more seriously. With a push from her best friend, Sherri attended her first writers' conference, The Romantic Times Readers and Writers Convention in Pittsburgh. The next year, her friend twisted her arm and had her submitting to RTTW's Ann Peach scholarship, which she won. As the first recipient of the Ann Peach award, Sherri met Judi McRoy who put her on the track to becoming a true writer.
Sherri joined Romance Writers of America, her local branch, and became a member of a couple of local writers' groups. She is now the chairperson of the Pamlico Writers' Group, one of the oldest writers' groups in Eastern North Carolina and is the host of the Book in a Week program for Heart of the Carolina RWA.
She has been blessed with the good fortune to have as her mentor, M K Graff award winning author of the Nora Tierney English Mysteries and the Trudy Genova Manhattan Mysteries, as well as the great support of her husband, friends, family and community. Coming from a small town has it's blessings and curses but it is the feeling of being a part of an extended family that makes living in a small town so special.