Jeff Strand

The first time their eyes lock, it’s an amused and sympathetic look from Alice at the next table. She can tell Nate’s blind date is going horribly awry.

The second time is a chance meeting at a grocery store. Or is it by chance? It’s a little weird, but either way, Nate and Alice hit it off immediately.

He really likes her. They have great chemistry. But there’s something a little off—okay, a lot off—about her. Not just the unexplained sadness. It’s an intense desire, almost a desperation, for things to move much faster than Nate is comfortable with.

Alice has an obvious secret. What’s she hiding?

When Nate finds out…well, nobody said this was a romantic comedy…

From the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of My Pretties and Autumn Bleeds Into Winter comes….Veiled.

Veiled book cover

sadly the ending let me down for the second time in a row with a strand, but I enjoyed most of the book. There’s something reassuring about these works, you know what you are getting and, for the most part, it lives up to expectations.

Published by Sean Randall

I am an avid reader, technologist and disability advocate living in the middle of England with my wife, daughter and pets.

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