The KC Kidnapper is still terrorizing the Kansas City area. Mere months ago, he was an amateur, but he’s quickly learned how to feed his insatiable appetite for pain. And runners are still on the menu.
It’s Violet Moretti’s job to report each abduction on the morning news. She can’t escape the details; they consume her thoughts and haunt her dreams. The obsession is causing her life to crumble.
Detective Dean Kelly has been on the case since the first runner went missing, and he won’t sleep until he has the Kidnapper in cuffs. Even in the midst of this chaos, Violet and Dean have found friendship, bound together by the ordeal. Can Dean help her keep it together and smiling for the camera each morning?
Aubreylives in the western suburbs of Chicago with her husband, daughter andhouseful of pets. After receiving her MBA in Accounting, she moved toChicago and worked for Morton’s, the Steakhouse as a Cost Accountant.
Aubreydidn’t publish her first book until she was forty years old. With agreat-uncle as a successful author, the industry was always part of herlife growing up. She loved release dates and signed first-edition. Shewas able to be an extra in the movie, Mr. and Mrs. Bridge, adapted fromher great-uncles two books, Mr. Bridge and Mrs. Bridge. It wasthe desire to stay home with her daughter once she was in grade schoolthat gave Aubrey the courage to take a leap and start writing her firstbook, Love on the Malecon.
Aubrey loves writing contemporary romance novels, novellas and romantic suspense. Digger into her darker side, her current Duology is far more suspense and thriller. Now that she’s a published author, she can’t imaginedoing anything else.