Book: A Sudden Gust of Gravity by Laurie Boriscategories: Book, Psychological Romance, Contemporary Women's Fiction, Strong Female Protagonist, Intrigue, Emotional Abuse, Magic, Boston, Contemporary Romance, Family Drama, Romantic Suspense
Laurie Borisabout this book: In my new romantic suspense novel, A Sudden Gust of Gravity, snarky waitress Christina Davenport lands in a world of trouble when she accepts a job as an assistant to a charming street performer. She'd vowed to never again stand in the background holding some guy's props, but Christina has a score to settle—with her traumatic family history, with people telling her she can't hack it as a magician on her own. Reynaldo the Magnificent is more than a little full of himself and has a bit of a dark side, but to Christina, he could be her second chance, her redemption, her ticket to something bigger. If only she can learn from him before he discovers her secrets.
I was once a magician's assistant and an amateur juggler, so the title came to me immediately when I started writing. It's an old juggling joke. If you drop something, you can blame it on a sudden gust of gravity. I thought it fit this psychological suspense story on a few levels, and I love when that happens.
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