How far would you go to uncover the truth? Nathan King lost his wife a year ago. He thought he’d come to terms with her death. However, when he sees her in a crowded airport, he knows his world will never be the same again.
What would you do if you discovered your entire life was a lie? When a man approaches Paige Kendall and claims to be her husband, she thinks he must be joking. But when he produces photographs and shares details of her past that she knows no one else could possibly know, she is forced to question everything she believes.
Together they set off on a perilous adventure to find out what really happened to Nathan’s wife and discover who Paige really is. Every answer brings them a step closer to the truth, a step closer to danger, and a step closer to finding the answer to the ultimate question: Are there such things as second chances?
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Ideas are always popping in my head. At times it’s a complete story idea, while at other times it’s only a line of dialogue or a scene. This one hit me so long ago I can’t recall if I was at an airport at the time or had just finished taking a trip, but a question popped into my head. “What if a man saw what he delivered to be his deceased wife in a crowded airport?” So I started with that question and the journey began.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I’m a pantser or a discovery writer (call it what you will), so I don’t spend much time coming up with deep character sheet or outlining plots. Some general ideas usually flash into my head about a character and the story, but it isn’t until I start to write that I truly get to know my characters, They quite often surprise me, especially when I think I know them and where the a story is going.
K.L. Phelps never wanted to be a cop, fireman or baseball player. He fell in love with books at a very early age and (aside from the summer of 1977 when he wanted to be Luke Skywalker) he never wanted to be anything other than a writer. Somehow he took a left when he should have gone right (or write) and spent 17+ years as an oncology nurse. He is now back to pursuing his childhood dream. Thriller, suspense, mysteries, paranormal, humor/comedy, there are very few genres that don’t interest him and he intends to take a crack at them all.
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