Knowing Vera, a thrilling romantic suspense and cross-cultural family drama, released September 6 on Amazon.
Vera’s dating Zach, casually, not committed, when she finds out her long-departed father is the killer of Zach’s mother many years ago.
Meanwhile, Zach reevaluates his life after a tragic accident and realizes he’s falling in love with Vera.
Can their timing be so wrong? Vera knows the relationship is doomed, but she cannot resist the tugging of her heart and Zach’s panty-melting grin.
Caught in a web of family secrets and hidden agendas, Vera and Zach must depend on each other for survival. A dangerous killer is on the loose, and Vera must find the truth, wherever that leads, even if it’s shocking news for Zach.
From the Author:
Vera Custodio is possibly my most favorite character. I never planned on making her a heroine, but she grew on me. In Broken Build, she first appears as the sister of a dead man, and then as the flirt enticing Dave Jewell with her pancit malabon. From there, she grew to be Maryanne Torres’ best friend in Hidden Under Her Heart. She met Zach Spencer, a playboy triathlete, and succumbed to his charms, but under her terms. Since she was a side character, she had several bad traits she had to grow out of to become a true heroine. She was a flirt, had trouble keeping her panties on, and dropped boyfriends like used nail extensions. But she was also caring, loyal, and a darn good cook. When Zach Spencer suffers a crippling injury, I knew Vera would be the perfect woman for him. But first, she has to overcome the mystery in her past and open her heart enough to trust. And that’s the theme of Knowing Vera.
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Knowing Vera follows Vera Custodio, a young woman who has a hard time loving. Why? It probably has something to do with the murder she witnessed as a child and the fact that she saw her father jump off the Golden Gate Bridge because he was guilty of the murder.
When Vera met Zach, everything changed for her. She found herself falling in love, but she couldn’t love, could she?
Vera’s on a journey to find out just how much she can love and while she’s dealing with that, she’s thrown into a world she never imagined possible. A world where her father might still be alive and innocent, but is what she remembered and what she’s being told true?
I loved the mix of sweet romance and suspense. I was riveted as I tried to wrap my head around what was really happening. Was Vera wrong this entire time? What I thought I knew was definitely wrong in the end. I loved it!
It was a great, entertaining read!