When Cadence Weaverly graduates from high school, she thinks it’s for the best that she and her boyfriend, Richard White, take separate paths: she to Julliard and he back to Harvard. Ten years later, she has an ideal job and a wonderful fiancé, Christian. She is building the life of her dreams-until the day Richard resurfaces out of the blue, abducts her from her San Francisco apartment, and returns her to his mansion where he holds her captive. Cadence can hardly believe her ears when Richard professes his undying love and reveals his plans to build a life together. Terrified to fight back for fear he will have Christian murdered, Cadence must determine how to reason with a mentally unstable man who is obsessed with making her his forever. But even if she manages to escape, will she ever really be free of the man who hunts her heart? Find out more here.

The sequel to Losing Cadence is set twelve years later. Similar to Losing Cadence, it starts off by hooking the reader in the first chapter. The story will have some unique twists, and keeps the reader guessing at how it could possibly end, or at least end well. I look forward to completing it this Spring and releasing it in the Fall of 2017. In the meantime, I’m hoping as many readers as possible enjoy Losing Cadence and are eager to read about what happens next.

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