Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Inspiration Suspense with a Romantic Heart


After suffering five years of abuse at the hands of her deceased husband, Tiffany Reynolds wants to reclaim the life she thought was gone forever. Every step forward becomes a stumble backward when danger threatens her life, and even God seems not to care. 

Guilt-ridden, Luke Johnson, a private investigator, is driven to solve the murder of his sister. Following up on a lead, Luke crosses paths with Tiffany. His need for answers and retribution soon clash with his growing love for the fragile widow. 

Joining forces is their only option if they hope to survive the minefield surrounding them. When Luke’s life is threatened, Tiffany makes a decision that could cost her everything.

Will Luke understand and forgive, or will he choose to walk out of her life?

SUZANNE PEARSON was born in the small village of Vanga on the Kwilu River in the country of Congo. After graduating from high school I came to the states and settled for a time in Eugene, OR. I have been blessed with a wide range of crazy jobs - legal secretary for a small Jewish law firm, admin secretary for the entertainment division of a bank in Beverly Hills where I met Cary Grant. Yikes! Never one to turn down a challenge, I started writing several years ago and ended up with the beginnings of a new career.


ANGI: How often to you get lost in a story?
SUZANNE: As often as possible and when on vacation I can read as much as one book a day.

ANGI: Favorite date night…fancy or at home? 

SUZANNE:  My husband and I love going to the movies and usually have dinner out before. Nothing fancy though.

ANGI: Would you put yourself in a Fairy Tale or Action Adventure?
SUZANNE:  Action adventure always. I often carry a gun in my dreams and I am some sort of undercover agent.

ANGI: What’s your favorite thing about your book’s hero?
SUZANNE:  Luke’s innate kindness and honesty is what I love about him. Those two traits are what enabled him to get through Tiffany’s walls.

ANGI: What’s your favorite movie of all time?
SUZANNE:  Hard to say but I think Romancing the Stone holds up.

ANGI: What’s your perfect day?
SUZANNE:  Reading a book under a shady spot on any beach.

ANGI: Salad or soup?
SUZANNE:  Salad.

ANGI: Champagne or Soda?
SUZANNE:  Pepsi, and there is no crossing to the dark side that is Coke.

ANGI: Geek or Jock?
SUZANNE:  I love Big Bang Theory but I always wanted to marry a jock. Somehow I ended up with a Brainiac but it has worked for over 30 years.

ANGI: The most daring thing you’ve ever done… Care to share?
SUZANNE:  Went swimming in the Kwilu River which is in Congo. While swimming, we could see the hippos but couldn’t see the snakes or crocodiles.

ANGI’s GOTTA ASK:  What’s your favorite pair of shoes & why? 
SUZANNE’S GOTTA ANSWER:   I’m a fairly practical person but every once in a while I find a pair of shoes that scream fun to me. 




Alex Carpenter’s life is shattered when his friend and partner is gunned down. With his confidence shaken, he turns in his badge and gun and accepts an offer to build a church in the Congo, hoping for time alone to heal. 

Molly Quinn is on a mission to save souls and heal bodies. Nothing is too difficult for her to handle until a police officer from Kikwit demands she come to his city to identify a body that turns out to be her friend and a fellow American. 

Alex realizes her friend was murdered, and Molly begs him to help her find the killer. Drawn into a bloody web of intrigue and deception, Alex and Molly must work together to stay alive and one step ahead of a murderer. 

Can she convince Alex to put his trust and their lives in God’s hands? 

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SUZANNE WANTS TO KNOW:  What's your favorite exotic location?


  1. Welcome to Get Lost in a Story, Suzanne!

  2. Thanks. My Youngest daughter lives in Bolivia and I've been there three times. Wouldn't say it's exotic but it certainly is different and interesting as the capital city is more than 2x higher than Denver.

  3. Oh goodness i am not sure I know nothing about exotic locations except that we went to the BVI and it was so much fun and lots of lizards. Thank you for the interview I loved reading about a new author to me. peggy clayton

    1. Thanks, Peggy. I've been fortunate enough to travel a lot but there's nothing better than lying on some beach in the Caribbean and reading a book.