Sandra Kerns, an author of romantic suspense, is a prolific writer with the number of her novels in the double digits. She’s a self-professed lover of the Yankees, and a resident of their native state. When asked about her current novel, she had this to say:
Reconstructing Roman started to percolate in my head years ago when I saw an old cemetery in Crested Butte and the friend I was riding with, said they used to call cemeteries Bury Patches when she was young. I loved the imagery that gave me and had to write a story centered around one. I’ve posted the blurb here. Roman Smirnosky wants nothing more than to work and be left alone. After years of being on his own and building a business, he thinks he’s finally found peace. All that changes with a single phone call informing him his brother is in the hospital and his parents are dead, murdered. Returning to the town he left behind sixteen years ago, he soon realizes, helping his brother is the easy part of returning. Someone has moved into the old Beecher place. A female someone. He figures if nothing else, offering to help with repairs on the Beecher house while he attends to his brother’s farm during his recovery will provide a welcome distraction from the nightmarish memories that haunt him since his return home. He quickly realizes he couldn’t be more wrong when accidents and threatening phone calls start to plague the young woman. He’s definitely no hero, but walking away from a fight isn’t his way either. It doesn’t hurt that her determination and strength tempt him to distraction and his quiet, solitary life is about to be thrown into chaos.
Sandra will be releasing the final installment of her Masters men series in a last novella this December, and she is currently working on a new series with some familiar characters called her Master Security series. You can find Ms. Kerns on Facebook and Twitter on most days.
February of 2016, she has plans to take part in an anthology of several writers of romance called Chains of Love that she is extra excited about.