About the Book:
Her mission was simple — get close to the Prince, and kill him. . .
Kayden entered the palace under a lie, one designed to get her close to the Prince. On the outside, she may look like a princess but beneath the mask, a killer lays in wait — for the perfect moment.
Dvarius was not ready to take the crown, nor was he ready for a wife . . .
But due to his father’s unexpected death and an archaic law — he must find a bride before he is allowed to take his rightful place on the throne.
And the one woman he wants — just might be the one who is there to kill him…
"A Treacherous Decision"
Kayden's mission should have been simple - she was sent to kill the prince . . . not to fall in love with him.
Within the palace walls, Kayden has discovered that things are not as she expected. Is there more to the royal family, or . . . is there a more sinister depth to Drey's mission?
Dvarius thought his mind was made up - but will he have the resolve to see it through?
Between attacks from outside the palace - and within, will the Prince live long enough to choose his Queen?
And will Kayden choose to follow her head . . . or her heart, knowing that her decision could very well make her a target as well!
Tell us a bit about yourself and your writing. (How did you get started? How many books have you written? Where are you on your writing journey?)
I enjoy making up stories and living in a world of my own making... I think I must have always had a storyteller nature. My mother laughs every time she reads my bio because she says it sounds like I was always telling tall tales as a child. Of course... the stories I told... well, anyone would have known they were a lot more than tall tales.
What is your favorite Bible verse?
Habakkuk 2:2 - And the Lord answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.
What have you read lately that you would recommend?
I highly recommend "The Liberation" by Marissa Shrock. And you may want to start with the first book in her series: "The First Principle". AMAZING stories... both!
What book are you featuring today?
My favorite quote from "A Reluctant Assassin" is one that I never intended to write... And once I did, it changed the entire direction of the story: "What if Cinderella had been sent to kill the Prince?"
If you could tell people who are going to read/have read your books one thing, what would it be?
Please don't be angry. I really didn't intend to torture everyone with cliffhanger endings. I promise. That is the way God gave them to me.
About the Author:
She finished her first speculative fiction novel purely for the enjoyment of her mother - also known as her biggest fan.
She gives God all of the glory for her talent and ability!
"And the LORD answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it." Habakkuk 2:2 KJV