Welcome to Day 21! J.A. Dennam is a prolific and talented writer whose work ethic and writing I deeply admire. Today’s winner will be thrilled to win her novel Flesh of Angels, the first in the Flesh series.
Your Question of the Day: Name a certain beat poet/author who also wrote a book with Angels in the title. I need author and book for the win.
About Flesh of Angels
Tucked away in the warm solitude of her mountain cabin, Holly welcomes the lingering chill of spring as a peaceful addition to her own private paradise. Little does she know it is no more than a cloak, disguising hidden dangers that threaten to tarnish the pristine innocence only nature can provide. With the arrival of a compelling yet unwelcome guest, Holly’s world is about to become prey to an evil force that has been thriving in the very woods in which she lives.
Required to follow up on an unlikely lead, INS Special Agent Dodge enters Holly’s paradise with little patience and no desire to be played by the deceptive witch. However, a devastating turn of events pushes the reluctant pair to band together in order to expose the existence of a deadly smuggling ring that has plagued the Northern Rockies for decades. Caught in a labyrinth of danger, Holly and Dodge ultimately surrender to their undeniable attraction for one another; however, the comfort they find in each other’s arms is tarnished by deception…as well as the threat of dark secrets that may lie as close as the person lying next to them.
About J.A. Dennam
J. A. Dennam, a member of Romance Writers of America, resides in a small Kansas town with her husband and four children. Besides her great love for literary arts, her passions include fine art, culinary art and music.
Storytelling has been a part of her life since childhood, when insomnia forced a young girl of six into counting popcorn on the ceiling in the dead of night. Confessing her problem to her older sister, the two girls decided to tell each other stories to entice sleep; however, the inevitable snore always tore through her sister’s nose before she could utter the words ‘Once Upon A Time.’ So, the stories began to flow in silence, her imagination taking her to quiet, private places so enthralling, the trick was suddenly to stay awake. Each night, she went to bed anticipating the continuation of the adventure that had been interrupted by sleep the previous night. Soon, insomnia was no longer a problem and the stories would sometimes take months to complete.
Those habits carried on to adulthood until the need to purge her stories demanded she put them in print. Her fascination with romance, fast cars and adventure films is what structures her stories today, making Romantic Suspense the genre she was simply born to write.