March 1, 2013 (Falls Church, VA) — Forever Burn (print: 978-1-938108-07-5 | ebook: 978-1-938108-06-8) is the newest novel from Supposed Crimes, by debuting author Adrian J. Smith. In Forever Burn, James Matthews, a female firefighter, is haunted by a tragedy and the little girl Lily, the only survivor of a fire. Her lover’s secret will put her in danger as the flames rise up around Lily again.
Adrian says, “I worked closely with the Sherriff’s department and with Fire and Rescue. I saw them every day. What I learned from the officers were the back stories, the parts of their life that no one in the outside world sees. The struggles and the hardship as well as the joy, humor, and love of life.
Jessica Bradshaw writes of Adrian, “There comes a time when a writer truly makes the reader’s heart soar and break with every word.”
Forever Burn is available worldwide at Amazon.
About the Author: Adrian J. Smith, or “AJ” as she is often called, is a part time writer with an epic imagination, sharp wit, and kind heart that gets her into a bit of trouble when it comes to taking in all the neighborhood stray cats. Being obsessed with science fiction, Smith often goes off on tangents about the space-time continuum.
About Supposed Crimes LLC:
Supposed Crimes, LLC, based in Northern Virginia, publishes lesbian-interest fiction and holds the rights to the richest, freshest pieces by C. E. Case, Geonn Cannon, Adrian J. Smith, and V. R. Merrymore. More information, including media kits, is available at http://www.supposedcrimes.com.
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