The Red Hour
Her story began with a simple job offer:
A job offer that completely changed her life . . . forever.
Juliette Murray was once The Red Herring, a stand-in wife for billionaire, Noah Novak. Just a shadow to distract those that surrounded him as he uncovered the secrets to the disappearance of Jill, the sister of Noah’s best friend. The job seemed easy and innocent, but Juliette quickly realized that her feelings for Noah were no charade. The closer they got to finding Jill, the more her concern for Jill grew and the greater the danger became to Juliette.
In this much anticipated sequel, Juliette and Noah uncover more secrets to Jill’s disappearance. Using all of his resources, Noah and Juliette race against the clock to find Jill, all the while falling deeper into the throes of passion.
Meanwhile, the killer grows more aggressive by leaving clues, taunting them with threats, and daring them to find him.
When The Red Hour strikes, Juliette’s shadow can no longer be ignored as she becomes the target of the madman.
This book is intended for mature audiences.
Title: The Red Hour
Author: Jessica Anderson
Length: 254 pages
Published: May 12, 2016
Formats: Print and E-book
Publisher: New Friends Publishing
Jessica was born in Tennessee, but was raised in Osceola, WI. She currently lives there with her husband, and their beagle, Sport. On her free time, when she isn’t cheering on her husband who races quads, or gathering around a bonfire with her neighbors, she’s reading books and getting caught up in a fantasy. She has always enjoyed reading, but she found her passion truly addicting after reading Sandra Brown.
Wisconsin is smothered by brutal winters, but she enjoys the season to do some snowboarding with her younger sister, Amanda. But with everything she enjoys, writing is her absolute favorite. She continues to follow her dream, listening to music for inspiration and creating a story. She always encourages that people follow their dreams. The path may seem endless; the journey may prove to be challenging, but don’t let that stop you. It all begins with one step, and you can’t be afraid to take it and follow your dreams.