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Lizbeth Lipperman | A MOTHER AND A TIGER
Author Guest / May 12, 2014

Love blogging with the Fresh Fiction people. As I pondered what to write about today, I realized that the question below was the core of at least three of my novels. How far would you go to protect someone you loved, especially if that someone happened to be a child? MORTAL DECEPTION tells the story of a sister who goes to a bar dressed in slutty clothes for the sole purpose of seducing an anesthesiologist so that she can walk away with his DNA sample. You see, her nephew is dying, and this last-ditch effort may be the only thing that will save his life. Think about that. Could you have sex with a perfect stranger if it meant saving a child you love? Would I? In a heartbeat. But what if you find out that the man is suspect number one in the murder of his wife? Without blinking — in a heartbeat. In SHATTERED my heroine finds herself entrusted with three orphaned Colombian children that somehow, she has to get past the cartel checkpoints. She makes no bones about the fact that despite only knowing the children for a short time, she’d die before she allows them to…