About the Book
Book: Harmful Haven
Author: Emily Yager
Genre: Inspirational Romantic Suspense
Release Date: August 5, 2020
Everyone has secrets…Yet not everyone has lives depending on them being kept.
Following in her mother’s footsteps, Inessa Jo Ellingson, a trained
nurse, uses her home as a secret safe haven for abuse victims. When
unusual incidents start to turn into threats, Inessa works diligently
to protect her secret and the safety of those who depend on her.
Retired Marine Sergeant, Torian von Arx, hired to find a missing
person meets the stubborn Inessa who seems determined to stall his
mission. As trouble brews, he feels compelled to protect her against
the secret that threatens to destroy them both.
Will they be able to trust each other in time to save the others?
About the Author
Emily Yager Inspirational Romance and Inspirational Romantic Suspense
novels set among the lakes, rivers, and north woods of Minnesota.
When Emily is not writing, she is collecting plants, listening to
music, searching for a new history book to explore, or dealing with
the dramas of a bi-polar prima donna canine and writing puppy
sidekick, Xian. She lives on the family farm in northwestern Minnesota.
More from Emily
As with all my stories. I love to integrate as much of my characters heritage as possible within the story. The main character in Harmful Haven – Inessa Jo Ellingson, and her family are of Russian descent. A bit of Russian traditions are woven in throughout the story.
Of all the little traditions that there are. One in particular makes an appearance more than anything else. A source of conversation and comfort. More often complaints from some to the other characters.
“What did you make?” Nikolai asked. “Something chocolate?”
“No, Honey mousse.”
“Ugh, again.” Her brother groaned. “Two nights in a row. Honestly. Why can’t you enjoy normal desserts like brownies and ice cream?”
Honey Mousse. A traditional Russian dessert. Its sickly sweet. Those in my family who have a major sweet tooth, even found it too sweet for their own taste. This old dessert is definitely an acquired taste.
Go ahead and whip yourself up a batch. Sample it right along with Torian von Arx as he tries it for the first time in the story.
Enjoy it with a hot cup of Bengal Spice Tea (Or as it is known in Harmful Haven – Tiger Tea).
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This sounds like a good book, thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete