Meet Jonathan Fields — Crossover Character in The Deception and The Stalker

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Once again I’m bringing a character from an earlier novel into a more recent one. This time it’s Jonathan Fields.

We first meet Jonathan in The Deception as an Internet security and forensics expert who helps identify the person responsible for framing leading lady Carrie for something she did not do. As the story continues, a new and surprising connection between Jonathan and Carrie is revealed.

Jonathan was one of those characters whom I really liked. He’s smart, he’s sexy, and he’s an unlikely hero with plenty of potential for me to work with. So I brought him back in The Stalker. This time around he’s Shane’s boss, and, just like in The Deception, he helps leading lady Rachel identify an enemy out to destroy her.

Like most of my characters, Jonathan is fictitious and not based on anyone I know personally. There are, without a doubt, many real-life Jonathans out there, working quietly behind the scenes to make cyberspace safer for all of us.

MM

Update on my Upcoming Novel THE LETTER

I’m busy working on my upcoming novel, The Letter, and, as with my other novels, I’m having a great time getting to know this cast of characters.

The Letter is a story of things not being as they appear. Stephanie and Danny, the two leading characters, are in a happy relationship until Stephanie accidentally uncovers a love letter from Martha, a woman from Danny’s past. As the story continues, she’ll discover even more compelling yet circumstantial evidence, causing her to reach the wrong conclusion. Convinced that Danny has been cheating, she leaves, and with the start of a new job she meets Josh, who introduces her a whole new world. Unfortunately for Stephanie, Josh isn’t who he appears to be.

The Letter is turning out to be more of a classic romance, much like The ReunionThe story is set in Denver, as was The Reunion, and look for Paul, one of the featured characters in The Reunion to have a featured role in The Letter.

The Letter is inspired by a real-life event which happened to a good friend who accidentally came across a letter to her fiance from his old girlfriend. The ex girlfriend wanted him back, but she eventually moved on, and my friend and her fiance have been happily married for many years. However, this happened before email, text messaging and social media, so adapting the real incident to 21st century technology was a bit of a challenge.

Look for The Letter to be available in early 2018.

MM