Author Interview: Paula Rose

Welcome Paula Rose, author of Revenge, a romantic suspense to be released in December.

Paula Rose

  1. Tell us a little about yourself.  I enjoy providing inspiration through Christian romantic suspense stories where “average” families come into extraordinary situations brushed with life-size strokes of reality and a touch of humor.  Born in Philadelphia, I’m a transplant to Southern New Jersey with my husband and rescue kitty.

  1. How did you get the idea for your book? An old inspiration that came from an old picture. I’m very visual and I saw a scene that left it’s mark and a story was born.

  2. Are you a plotter or a pantster? Both!  Sometimes, I know exactly where the story is going, but at other times, I have only a loose idea and am surprised as things happen. 

  3. What do you do when you’re not writing? Amateur photography.

  4. Provide us with a two-sentence description of your book.

      As a job coach, Olivia Foster ensures her clients workRevenge
in a safe environment,understand their position, and serve the employer’s mission, but when one of her autistic clients goes missing, Olivia’s employer ends her position, adds her to the suspect list, and leaves Olivia to devise a plan to bring the missing home. Despite detective Lt. Phillip Landon’s being deep into second-guessing his career choice, his well-honed instincts sees major flaws inside this missing persons case, but can he keep Olivia safe, protect his heart, remove the job coach from someone’s target list, and adopt a faith he never knew all while adjusting to the new lives of his old family?

  1. Where can readers find you online?

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