Cara first dreamed of being an author in elementary school when the Mesa Tribune published her essay How to Save the Planet. She wrote her first novel in 2010 and has since written seven novels, four of which have won awards.
As a mother of four children and a world traveler she has no shortage of material to draw from. The traveling provides great fodder for world-building and the children… well, let’s just say they’ve been the inspiration for many paranormal and alien characters.
She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest with her children and three overly dramatic ferrets. When not writing, you can usually find her curled up with a book, engrossed in a movie or playing video games with her best friend.
I loved this story! It mixes futuristic, sci-fi, and romance together. The descriptions of every portion of the story were spot on. I could easily picture everything as I read. Every character was well-fleshed out and the secondary ones added their own bit to the story whether it was extra suspense or a touch of humor. Instead of having Griff’s PTSD be magically healed by a woman’s love, his way toward accepting the fact that he needed help was ushered along because of it. Each interaction between Griff and Pru was intensely hot and their chemistry was practically explosive. I would definitely recommend this story and could easily see myself reading it again.