A Story of Love and Suspense
by Sharon Hickey Sterling
Get it on Amazon HERESage must put romance on hold when she launches an investigation into whether her grandmother’s tragic early death was an accident — or murder. In the process, she may uncover another family mystery — the identity of Sage’s own grandfather, Grandmother’s husband or lover.
Two men in Sage’s life join her search for truth and long-overdue justice. Seeking the missing branch in her family tree, Sage submits her DNA to a new, untried DNA company. Hackers discover her rare and valuable DNA profile. They threaten her with a grisly fate that was instigated generations ago by an evil regime on another continent.
This steamy love story is not for the faint of heart. If the hacker and his cohorts catch Sage, they will catapult her and a beautiful friend into a hideous new reality of suicidal despair, kidnappings, rape and other unspeakable crimes perpetrated against innocents.
In Perfect! A Story of Love and Suspense, players in the lush, sometimes violent drama gather to bask and play on the beautiful white beaches of Florida’s Emerald Coast. Find this book on Amazon and on the author’s website
Sharon Hickey Sterling is a psychotherapist/social worker and author. She received her Bachelor of Social Work degree from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff and her Master’s degree from Tulane University in New Orleans. She returned to Arizona and began her social work career as a crisis counselor. Over the years she worked in Cottonwood, Yuma, Tucson, Flagstaff, and Prescott. Her work experiences include community mental health agencies, psychiatric and medical hospital settings and private practice. The intense experiences and fascinating people encountered during those years inspire and inhabit her books while the flavor of Southwestern locales spice her writing. Her books include characters with mental illness as well as people struggling with the challenges of every day living. She hopes to inspire her readers with insight and compassion for themselves and others. To read more about Sharon, visit her website at: http://sharonsterling.net