I’ve been vague-booking about a project , and it’s finally time to make it public!
This all started when my author buddy, Taylor Hart, asked me if I would be willing to write a book and donate all the profits to the fight against child sex trafficking.
I didn’t have much real-life knowledge of child sex trafficking, but duh. Yes. I’m in.
Then things got…complicated. Instead of just writing a sweet romance and donating the profits, which would have been easy, we got the nudge to write cautionary tales for teens about how these things happen here in the United States.
So we did.
Much more on that later.
Today is the official launch of #Lost, a prequel to said project.
Co-written by Taylor Hart, Heather Horrocks and myself, this novella tells the story of billionaire Cyrus Black whose daughter was taken by a sex trafficker.
The end of this story sets up the rest of the series, which will launch a book a week for the rest of the month!
Free for Kindle Unlimited readers, or 99 cents for the ebook
All billionaire Cyrus Black wants is a chance to spend a month in Paris and repair the fractured relationship with his wife and daughter. But things don’t go as planned. Frantic, he realizes his daughter has left without telling anyone where she’s going. When he finds her phone dumped in a garbage can, he grows even more frantic. Though the police assume it is a kidnapping, and tell him to wait for a ransom note, he calls in associates who might help him find her.
Marcella Black is looking forward to spending time with her parents, especially her father whom she’s hardly seen since her parents separated. But when her father is late—as usual—and her mother is having a melt-down, and she can’t face the fight that’s sure to come, she turns to the only person who understands her—@JamesKind.
She met him briefly in Paris last year and has since fallen in love with him. When he asks her to come meet him, she happily goes. Because he loves her, too, right?
When the expected ransom note doesn’t arrive, Cyrus fears his daughter might be #lost—maybe forever.
Stay tuned for next week’s launch of #Seen