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Book: Transition of Power by Karen D. Bradley

Book: Transition of Power by Karen D. Bradley

categories: Book, Contemporary Fiction, Women's Fiction, Family Secrets, Romance, Lies and Deception, Suspense




Karen D. Bradley

Author Karen D. Bradleyabout this book: Most days Cameron Stone is an upstanding citizen and a successful business woman. She comes from a family where the men have sworn to uphold and protect the law. But there are many nights, she's dabbles in activities that are not-quite-legal. Her days of living a double life are coming to an end, but not before taking on one last assignment. She creates an alias then maneuvers into a position to extract her cousin from the clutches of a crime lord before he winds up dead. While infiltrating the organization, Cameron gets closer to the inner circle and finds herself drawn to the one man who is certainly off limits.

Cameron also has problems of her own and might have to save herself. People are scouring the streets looking for an alias associated with her former criminal mastermind boss. Normally, she wouldn't be worried but the stakes are high. If their search leads to the recovery of a missing file, her double-life would be exposed, endangering the lives of those she loves.

Cameron will have to make a difficult decision. The question is who will be the recipient of the deadly consequences?

• How did you come up with the title?
After the initial round of editing, the original title no longer worked. When I looked at Cameron's life, I realized her decision to retire required a shift of energy and focus from one area which I consider a transition of power. It was also appropriate because the crime lord's organization was being targeted for an attempt to grab his powerful resources.

• Why did you choose this cover?
I wanted a cover to represent Cameron, beautiful with small touch of a grit to make it edgy and represent her rough and tumble side.

• What was the hardest part of writing your book?
Editing was the hardest part of the process. We cut entire chapters and some of my favorite scenes which was frustrating and painful at time. However, the end result is something I believe readers will enjoy.


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