“About Shadows in Deep Blue:
Pulled out to sea by a rip-tide, Ebony is drowning. Ex-army Corporal, Jay risks his own life to rescue her. But that’s just the beginning of her secrets and lies and soon they’re both caught up in a fight for their lives.
It’s Ebony McAllister’s fortieth birthday and desperate to banish the demons haunting her from the past, she dives into the cold water of the Indian Ocean. She’s running from the burden of an abusive husband and an abandoned child and drifts through life like a gypsy, never spending too long in one place.
Jay Connolly is surfing nearby and rescues Ebony from the angry water. Retired from the army and carrying physical and mental scars from his time in Afghanistan, he’s settled in this coastal town hoping to escape the recurring nightmares. Jay keeps his romantic involvements easy and non-committal, usually with the blonde surfer girls around town, but against his better judgement, he finds himself attracted to this wild, dark woman full of mysteries.
Even though Jay begins to break through the long-sustained walls around Ebony’s heart, when she catches a glimpse of a man who reminds her of her violent ex-husband, she knows it’s time to move on. Then a young woman comes to her clinic for Reiki treatment and Ebony’s life starts to unravel when she realises it’s the daughter she left behind twenty-two years ago. Will she stay and face the truth to protect her daughter from her vicious father? Or will she do the only thing she knows to keep her safe? Run away.
Suzanne Cass’ small town mystery abounds with danger, desire and suspense, set along the beautiful but wild coastline of Western Australia.
Although this is the second book in a three-part series, it can be read as a stand-alone book. While the characters overlap, each book tells a different, separate story with a happy ever after ending.
Targeted Age Group: 18 – 55
Written by: Suzanne Cass
Suzanne Cass has always had a fascination with the tough resilience of people who live in our amazing red-dirt outback country. Much of her adolescence was spent working as a jillaroo in the Snowy Mountains, forming her love of enigmatic, outback heroes in wild, passionate, dangerous stories. When not writing about the characters that inhabit her head, Suzanne can be found prowling the Perth beaches with her border collie, or encouraging from the sidelines as her two sons play sport. Her debut novel, Island Redemption won the Romance Writers of Australia award for best unpublished romance novel of 2016.
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