Spotlight: Natalie Damschroder

A “Seismic” Spotlight: Aftershocks and Resonance by Natalie J. Damschroder

Thank you for letting me visit Sparkling Book Reviews today to talk about The Seismic Series!

You know what sucks about books with love triangles in them? Not the new “why choose” kind, but the old-fashioned, two-people-get-a-happy-ending kind. Yeah, that’s what sucks. One person gets left out!

You know what’s even worse? When the author can’t follow up that book with an immediate sequel, leaving the poor guy hanging.

Now, probably most of you reading this never saw my book Aftershocks. If you did, you may be really mad at me for making you wait for [spoiler]’s happy ending. I am so sorry! There’s a bit at the beginning of Resonance that expands on my apology. But it’s full of spoilers, so be warned.

When I wrote Aftershocks, I was inspired by stories like the movie Sweet Home Alabama, but I really wanted to write something where it wasn’t so obvious who the female main character was going to wind up with. Something where the polished, high-society guy could get his hands dirty, and the rough-and-tumble guy cleaned up real nice. Because I write romantic adventure, there’s all kinds of danger, a sociopathic cult leader, and mystical (not really) totems on the adventure game board.

If that sounds like your kind of book, check out Aftershocks, which is on sale for only 99¢ right now! The sale is leading up to the sequel, Resonance, out November 1. So you won’t have to wait!

BUT! If you don’t like triangles (because what if she winds up with the wrong guy, right?) then you can read Resonance as a stand-alone book. That one does not have a triangle. It only has nefarious, convoluted plots against our heroine, messy feelings, betrayals, twists, and, as usual, travel. You can learn more about it here:

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