Ask the Author: Maryann Jordan
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Ms. Jordon, I have a question regarding THIN ICE. You do not need to post the answer on Goodread, but can send it privately to: firstname.lastname@example.org At 89 % location 2923: book states: ….with her hands now out of the ties…. & 2927; states: ….as he reached behind her head to untie her hands. Which is correct?
Maryann Jordan I don't mind answering publicly. I struggled with that scene, changing it several times! At first, I had her inside the laundry room, tied up, while the two other women continued their deeds. But, that did not play out correctly as the scene continued. When I changed it to having her outside, so that it would be easier for Logan to get to her, I still changed the scene several time, playing it out in my mind. I obviously made an error in not complete changing everything that I should have, and it passed my editor, proofreader, and my final read-through. I am so sorry it interrupted your pleasure in the story.
Maryann Jordan I am so glad you enjoyed it! Yes, there will be 8 full length novels in this series, plus 2 novellas. Cam's story will be next and is in the hands of my editor now. It will be released in early Jan. If you would like to find me on FB, you can join my alpha fan group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/15787...
Maryann Jordan The first book had a scene that had been in my head for a long time. In writing that story that was also full of secondary characters, those characters cried out to have their stories told as well. I pull from personal experience and research to flesh out the stories to make them real and interesting.
Maryann Jordan As I wrote the very first book involving the love between a detective and a high school counselor, I included the secondary characters of a teenage couple. They continued to be secondary characters in that series. I decided with the new series, that takes place several years later, to bring them back as adults and work through their very serious issues.