Lisa Adcock is a Springfield, Missouri native, born in the heart of the Ozark Mountains and raised in their foothills. Lisa wrote her first piece of full-length fiction at 15 when what began as a project for an English Lit class quickly grew into something more--a 26,000-word novella that eventually found its way into a state-level writing contest for teens.
In 2010, after building a career in medical news reporting and raising a family, Lisa returned to her fiction roots and wrote her first full-length romance novel, Blacke Harbor. Published in 2011, Blacke Harbor was joined a few months later by Lisa's sophomore novel, A Better Class of Angels. 2012 saw the release of that book's sequel, West of the Enchanted Forest.
Today Lisa lives just outside Cabot, Arkansas, in an area known as the Cypress Bayou. You can often find her holed up in a cabin in one of the state's amazing state parks, working on her new series. The first book in that series is scheduled for publication in 2013 and tells the story of a young woman desperately trying to stave off a eugenics war.
Romantic Suspense, Romantic Fantasy, Gothic Romance
If you could have any woman you wanted, all the money you could ever spend and could live your life as decadently as you chose, why would you ever turn away from such freedom? Erik Sokoloff knows the answer and that's why he's come to the sleepy little fishing village of Blacke Harbor.
Because what Erik wants most in the world is to be human again.
A Better Class of Angels
Can you really fall in love with a woman you've never met? Locke County Sheriff Jack Talburt is about to find out. Burned out, newly divorced and overworked, Jack is falling in love with a woman he knows only through the pages of her unfinished manuscript.
Duty brought him to the abandoned automobile that cold November morning but it was instinct and experience that drew him further into the dense woods of the old bayou. And it was there, surrounded by centuries-old cypress trees, that he found Paige Bennett, unconscious, half-naked and bleeding.
What is it about her that so intrigues him? Why is he sitting beside her hospital bed, willing her to open those blue eyes? And why does he continue to see himself in her unfinished book?
Jack doesn't know why he feels such a need to protect her but even he realizes that if he isn't careful, his feelings will jeopardize her case, his job and perhaps even her life.