Thursday, May 14, 2020

Our Story BEFORE The Story ~ Miranda (Randee) and Ace ~

My name is Miranda Jareau, but I’ve adopted the nickname Randee for my latest covert assignment with Ace Steele. I always wanted to go into law enforcement, but an ATF agent (Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms) was the most natural choice, simply because I wanted more than anything to be like my dad. He was an ATF agent too—the very best. That’s no lie. No matter what the confidential files say, my dad didn’t make stupid mistakes. He wasn’t careless. In fact, Dad was the very opposite of careless—he was precise, meticulous and always on top of things. So, whatever went wrong the day he died, it wasn’t his fault. Dad’s death and his commitment to the job created a gaping relationship gap for he and my mother. For that reason, I understand her adamant refusal and attitude when I told her I’d joined the ATF. She’d lost one person she loved and didn’t want to lose another. I tried to please her by going to a different jurisdiction, but the ATF is home for me. Hopefully, she’ll forgive me and see I need to live my own life…someday.

Providing protective detail for PrimeRight Scientist, Ace Steele was like coming into my own. But no amount of training prepared me for the unexpected deadly twists and turns we would encounter while watching over his prototype, Ghost. The thing seemed to take on a life of its own. The pivotal factor I failed to consider was how Ace would affect me.

My name is Ace Steele. I spend my life comfortably hidden in a laboratory developing and creating. I’m the behind-the-scenes guy and I like it that way. My partner, Fritz Nelson, is Mr. Personality. The guy who scores new contracts and negotiates deals. We make a good team, and I trust him to handle the business end of things. I never imagined the life-threatening danger signing that government contract to create a completely plastic 3D printer gun would create. I love a challenge, but Ghost, that’s the name of the super top-secret prototype, was enough to make me rethink my career options. Still, I understand Ghost’s development is revolutionary, deadly, and a necessary means in the evolution of weapons. Staying ahead of the progressive curve means thinking like a criminal at times. I had plans to make the gun and hand it over to the ATF.

I never dreamed Ghost would take me on the ride of my life and introduce me to a woman who changed how I saw everything and everyone.

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My Story Releases:   MAY 5, 2020

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The Author of My Story:Sharee Stover

Colorado native Sharee Stover, lives in Nebraska with her real-life-hero husband, three too-good-to-be-true children, and a ridiculously spoiled dog. A self-proclaimed word nerd, she loves the power of the written word to ignite, transform, and restore. She writes Christian romantic suspense combining heart-racing, nail-biting suspense and the delight of falling in love all in one. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Sisters in Crime, and Nebraska Writer’s Guild. Sharee is a triple Daphne du Maurier finalist, winner of the 2017 Wisconsin Fabulous Five Silver Quill Award, and her debut, Secret Past, won Best First Book in the 2019 National Excellence in Romance Fiction Awards. When she isn’t writing, Sharee enjoys reading, crocheting and long walks with her obnoxiously lovable German Shepherd.

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18 comments: said...

Sharee - I'm so happy to see Randee and Ace here this week.

The story is exciting, the characters are so well developed! I'm glad you've got a series out of this!

Looking forward to the next ones.


Jackie Layton said...

I have already read Untraceable Evidence so don't include me in the drawing. This is a fabulous romantic suspense. Well done Sharee.

Joy and Sharee, I enjoyed this post and hope you both have a wonderful week.

Connie Queen said...

Good morning, Sharee!

I love reading the backstory behind the characters!

One of my favorite things about Ace is how he sees himself and his friend Fritz. Reluctant heroes are pull at my heart. said...

Thank you, Jackie

I appreciate you stopping by - and for your comment.

Praying your week is blessed!

Hugs said...

Hi, Connie;

Can't wait to see what your characters have to say about how they got into your upcoming book -

Thanks for stopping by!

Sharee Stover said...

Jackie, I'm so glad you enjoyed Untraceable Evidence! Thank you so much for your wonderfully kind words!

Sherrinda Ketchersid said...

Ahhhh! I love this book! And I love hearing about them before the action starts. Thanks so much for sharing! (Don't include me in the drawing as I have already read this amazing book!) said...

Hi, Sherrinda;

So glad you stopped by - and thank you - for letting us know you've read the book - it's good to see you here again!

Much love,

Stacy T. Simmons said...

What a wonderful post! I absolutely loved your novel, and Randee and Ace Sharee! Excited to read your next one when it comes out!

Connie Porter Saunders said...

I've also read Ace & Randee's story so I'm not entering the giveaway but just wanted to say hello and thanks Sharee for a great read!

Sharee Stover said...

Stacy, thank you so much for stopping by and for your wonderful kind words!!

Sharee Stover said...

Sherrinda!!! So glad you stopped in and for your encouragement!

Sharee Stover said...

Connie Porter Saunders, Hello! I'm so grateful you liked Untraceable Evidence and appreciate you stopping by :)

Marilyn R. said...

Sharee, nice to read the background for Randee and Ace. Untraceable Evidence will be a winner. It sounds so intriguing and different than other romance suspense with Ghost and all the unexpected happenings.

LoRee Peery said...

Sharee, This book is the first of your books that I purchased for Kindle, but I couldn't wait to physically go after a print copy. Wonderful. Your imagination is vast. Great job!

Patricia said...

This sounds like a really good book! said...


I may be somewhat biased, because I have a great friendship with the author, but I have to say, this IS a REALLY GOOD BOOK!

Thanks so much for leaving a comment! said...




I'm going to need an email, Patricia!

Contact me at - ASAP!