And finally, the day is here. Not the day that the book comes out, but the day I finally get to do a cover reveal for Justice and Lies. I’ve actually had this cover for six plus months, thinking the book would be out by this point. It’s not, but it will be soon.
I’m not ready to go ahead and announce a release date, but it should be close enough that I feel comfortable about showing y’all the cover. But first, a little story time.
It was actually this book that pushed me to get new covers done for the first two books, The Assassin and Double Played. Those two books had covers that matched but I couldn’t find a third photo to match for a third book, let alone a fourth book. A friend recommended a cover company, and I’ve had nothing but great things with them and I love that all my books in this series look like they belong (and I will probably get them to make new covers for my other series when it’s time).
But for now, Justice and Lies is the main writing and publishing priority.
JUSTICE AND LIES
Cassie Morgan is tired of her “sensational” past following her around. It’s been five years since her father, serial killer Brent Rossett, broke out of jail and tried to end her life. Now, after years of delay, Cassie will take the stand to tell her side of the Assassin’s story. The only survivor of a murderer, Cassie knows her testimony has the ability to put him away for the rest of his life.
She just needs to survive long enough to tell it, as the criminal organization behind Rossett’s jailbreak wants to make sure she doesn’t. It’s been long enough trying to keep her life and avoid the mob, so this time, Cassie is ready to go face to face with them and dismantle the mob arrest by arrest. After reconnecting with Connor Anders to learn everyone’s dirty secret, Cassie just might have a shot at putting the past in the past, as long as she manages to stay three steps ahead of the men who want her dead.
In a race to bring justice to the women who Rossett murdered and those hurt by the mob, Cassie will have to protect herself and everyone around her before someone kills her. Protecting everyone means telling lies to keep them safe, and before the mob catches her, the lies might be the thing that finally does Cassie in.