Skip the Prologue?

Just Romantic Suspense hosted a giveaway of Son of The Enemy on their blog over the weekend! I’m a little late getting it posted here, but I hope you all had a chance to check it out! You can still head over there to see what I have to say about people who skip prologues, and the importance of the prologue in Son of the Enemy


In Son of the Enemy, my prologue brings the reader into the formative event in Hannah Duncan’s life. She’s six years old, peeking under her parents’ bed at her Christmas presents, when she hears the front door open and a man’s voice downstairs. It’s not her father. Then the door closes and her mother runs up the stairs and collapses on the bed, sobbing. Hannah is sad and confused, but afraid of being discovered.

Then the bedroom door opens…

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It not too late to let me know what you think here in the comments or over at Just Romantic Suspense!

Night Owl Romance review of SOE

SonoftheEnemyFinalCoverSon of the Enemy is a Night Owl Top Pick with 4 1/2 stars!

Here’s some of what they had to say about it:

The chemistry between John and Hannah is off the charts. Their relationship is very realistic in its portrayal. I loved how slowly the relationship built and how each of them was unsure of the other. While the sex was hot and steamy, it was not the main focus of the book.

Overall, this was a fantastic book. The mystery was interesting and all of the secondary characters helped to draw you into the story.