This is Jacqueline's first romantic suspense novel. Surprisingly enough, it does not have a hero. "The heroine ends up defeating the villain," says the author. "She learns to trust people and she realizes that lies only make things worse."
The book is set 45 minutes out of Thunder Bay, a city of 110,000 located on the shores of Lake Superior, with lots of forested areas. This part of NW Ontario is very picturesque and lends itself to great chase scenes in isolated woods.
Who should play the heroine in a movie? Why, Lauren Graham (Gilmore Girls/Parenthood), of course!
Eleanor Bennett has an idyllic life. Married to a handsome and successful lawyer, she spends her days writing novels in their beautiful Victorian home, nestled onto a picturesque piece of property in the country. As a bestselling author, Eleanor appears to have everything.
But what no one knows, not even her husband Michael, is that Eleanor hides a dark secret, one she vowed to take to her grave. Unfortunately, for Eleanor, some secrets refuse to remain hidden forever. With the arrival of one individual from her past, Eleanor’s world is about to come crumbling down around her.