Today I’m sharing a guest post by author Sarah Holman introducing the main character of her new book, Kate’s Innocence! Sarah is also offering a giveaway, so make sure to enter! But first, a little bit about the book.
What would you do if you were accused of a crime you didn’t commit?
Kate watched as her campus was torn apart by bombs and now is being accused of perpetrating the crime. As the evidence quickly stacks up against her, she begins to lose hope that the truth will come to light. Even though the handsome FBI Agent, Patrick, has taken up her cause, will they be able to prove her innocence? Will God, who she neglected for so long, listen to her prayers for help?
Patrick is an agent with a very special team of agents. He wants to help Kate prove she is innocent, but as each new piece of evidence is revealed, that goal seems harder. He wonders why he feels so compelled to help her and so sure she is innocent despite the evidence. Will he be willing to put his job on the line to help her? Can he trust in God to make sure the truth will come out in the end?
Today I would like to introduce you to the main character of my new series, Kate’s Case Files. She is accused of a crime she didn’t commit and is working with the FBI to prove it. But who is Kate Mayfield?
~ is a 22 year old college student
~ is studying to become an explosives expert in the army
~ has already served one tour-of-duty in the army
~ is the daughter of a general in the army
~ loves to jog
~ doesn’t like sugar
~ doesn’t have a lot of friends
~ has straight, blond hair
~ has brown eyes
Here is a peek into her story:
The whole building shook, and Kate fell to the floor as she heard the window shatter. All the lights went out, and Kate lay for a moment gasping for breath. What had just happened? Had someone thrown a rock through the window? Had a transformer blown?
“Kate? What did you knock over this time?” Her father’s voice was full of amusement. “Sometimes, I wonder how you do so well in the military being klutzy out of it. I guess the army is in your blood.”
Kate blinked in the darkness. She sat up, the clinking of broken glass met her as she shifted and looked around. Screams and panicked voices called to each other outside her dorm room. An orange glow came from the direction of the blown-out window.
“Dad, something has happened.” Kate’s voice squeaked as she scrambled to her feet.
“What has happened?”
“I don’t know,” Kate whispered. She moved slowly toward the window, afraid to find out.
“I’ll call you back, Dad.” Kate hung up before there could be any further argument. She walked slowly toward the window, moving her tennis shoe back and forth on the floor to brush away the glass. Her eyes widened in horror as got closer to the window. In front of her, one of the main lecture halls was burning. Something very bad had happened.
Kate’s ears hurt, and she could not believe her eyes as an explosion ripped through the administration building further away.
Sounds like a good book.ReplyDelete
Question for Sarah: How long have you been writing?ReplyDelete
I have been writing since I was eleven so I guess that makes it fourteen years.Delete
Oh, that is really cool! :)Delete
Hey, Sarah. :-) This sounds interesting!ReplyDelete
Are you a plotter, panster (seat-of-the-pants writer), or a tweener (somewhere in the middle)?