Kathleen Rowland, Romance Author
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Beautiful criminal attorney Tara Delacruz, a mahogany beauty, gets unpopular clients exhonerated while her rival, the white-bread secret immortal, Cord Smith, wants them off his streets. Somewhere along their craggy coast, a fiend buries his victims at low tide. At neck level, they don't drown when the tide rises. Their town is spooked. Cord knows someone has found an evil use for immortality and believes the lawyer may have run across him. When he speaks with her, he falls for the woman he censures. Bound to a secret conspiracy, he can't share everything but warns her not to accept a twisted case.
DEEDS OF DECEIT
Danger awaits her around every corner, and he knew this day would come.
A half tank up the mountains, Big Bear winters are isolating for heiress Bayliss Jones. Circled by the same cult that murdered her parents fifteen years before, death awaits her around every corner. Her shirttail relative and trustee of her estate, Sheriff Byron McGill, never agreed with local hearsay that made her a suspect. Air crackles between two people who clash, but the spoiled princess needs his help. Besides hers, the life of a young man, her secret baby, hangs in the balance. There’s no time for error.
Point of View Writing Classes for RWA
Second to writing a good story, mastering point of view (POV) is a challenge for most beginning writers. You may already know editors of romance prefer manuscripts written in past tense with two points of view-- one from the heroine and one from the hero. For romantic suspense, a third POV, from the villain, is required. Although some successful romance writers use bird's eye and first person, those POV styles usually belong to other genres.