Lying in Shadows is the first in the Event Horizon series of contemporary romantic
suspense stories. Some of the characters may already be familiar to readers, from the
Talisman series, and the standalones Perfect Stranger and Pole Position.
It’s as much romance as it is suspense, set in a high-tech global company, where good
people sometimes do bad things. Just like real life.
P.S. – Event Horizon are a rock band. This could be a whole new genre – hot rocker romantic suspense?
Title: Lying in Shadows
Series: Event Horizon, #1
Genre: Romantic suspense
Heat level: Light
Author: Sofia Grey
Release date: 24 February 2017
Publisher: Acelette Press
Pricing: $0.99 for pre-order period, rising to $3.99 on release
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Marianne needs to find who's leaking secrets from her company, before they lose
another major contract. What she doesn't need is an affair with her married boss. Even
worse, to fall in love with him.
She discovers the security leak is more than a case of commercial espionage: someone
is lying in the shadows, playing games with them. Now more than her heart and
career are at stake—her life is on the line.
Romance author Sofia Grey spends her days managing projects in the corporate
world and her nights hanging out with wolf shifters and alpha males. She devours
pretty much anything in the fiction line, but she prefers her romances to be hot, and
her heroes to have hidden depths. When writing, she enjoys peeling back the layers to
expose her characters’ flaws and always makes them work hard for their happy
Music is interwoven so tightly into my writing that I can’t untangle the two. Either I’m
listening to a playlist on my iPod, have music seeping from my laptop speakers, or
there’s a song playing in my head – sometimes on auto-repeat.
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Marcus was just so damned nice. Marianne had almost forgotten what good
company he was and how easily they slipped back into being friends. She sensed
there was something he wasn’t telling her. He’d lost weight in the past year, and had
new worry lines on his forehead and shadows under his eyes. She almost asked if the
rumours about him and Louisa were true, but managed to stop herself in time.
Was this the right moment to ask if his wife was on the verge of leaving him?
Was there ever a good time?
“Thank you for walking me back.” It was all of two blocks, but she enjoyed
having him at her side.
“Sleep well.” He made no move to leave.
Silence hung between them. Marianne should turn on her heel and walk into
the apartment building, but she didn’t. What was it about Marcus that drew her so
much? He was a complication she couldn’t afford.
“You too.” The quick hug she gave him was impulsive. Air-kissing cheeks
was as close as they’d been up to now. The squeeze he gave her made her pulse
quicken, but she moved. Stepped free. “Goodnight, Marcus.” She didn’t look back at
him. She couldn’t.