SECOND ACT FOR CARRIE ARMSTRONG
Carrie Armstrong is a single mother of four school aged children. She needs her job as a U.S. Attorney in New York City to support them.
Ian Gordon is an ambitious loner brought in to head up an investigation of the State’s child protection agency.
Ian offers Carrie a spot on his team. She wants to refuse because of the time away from her children, but she can’t say no and keep her job.
Sparks fly when the two start working together. Ian is drawn into Carrie’s suburban world and family drama. Carrie uncovers the awful truth about the State agency. Against this background of suburban life and political intrigue, the two fall headlong into love.
In addition to being a writer, Deborah Nolan is a lawyer. A former Deputy Attorney General in N.J., representing their child protection agency, she now lives in Manhattan and the Hudson Valley, and represents children in Columbia County. Her romantic suspenses usually involve courthouses and are often based in suburban N.J. where she lived and raised her children.