The Impostor is the first novel in a Suspenseful Romantic Trilogy about unexpected love and a woman’s fight for survival.
“Alaska? Who goes to Alaska?”
Nicole, a struggling young single-mother, convinces her best friend to travel to a place she knows little about, in search of a better life and to escape an abusive ex-boyfriend and her broken dreams of becoming an artist. Nicole is scared of getting hurt again, but Dylan’s chiseled body and chocolate brown eyes captivate her and she falls for the sexy lead singer. In Alaska, she discovers the power of friendship and true love and begins to let down her guard. But is her security a facade?
Soon Nicole’s innocent beauty, taunts a sinister man, and she is caught in a web of deception and danger. Someone evil is stalking her. Someone she had trusted. Will she be saved? Or will she be hunted?
“Knowing that the story has a basis on the author’s experience, brings the words into an eagle eye view. This book offers a great deal of social significance and insight into the ideals and dreams of women, as well as their fears and struggles. It’s not just romance. It’s not just mystery. It’s about growth, acceptance and having the spirit to continue. Life can be beautiful, if you have the persistence and determination to see it through.”- Aleta O’Brien
“I love the fact that the characters evolved and built the suspense. Nothing beats a good plot and a hot guy too! If Tiffany Carmouche is not on your reading list, add her!” – India Wilson
“I LOVED IT! It was great to see how the main character grew as a person–mistakes, unexpected love and all. The suspense pulls you forward and keeps you up at night. The men are steamy too (which never hurts)! Add The Impostor to your reading list!” –Rocky Guzman
“I loved the suspense of The Impostor. I couldn’t put it down. I can’t wait for the next book! I love Dylan and Nicole. The love story is like a fairy tale!”
- Amy Barnhouse
“Nicole had a vivacious personality, and her enthusiastic desire for adventure was believable. Tiffany did a nice job of portraying Nicole’s vulnerability as a young mother desperate to provide her daughter a better life. Throughout the book, she kept her main character’s actions, thoughts and dialogue consistent with that of a young woman. The same could be said for the other characters–they were easy to visualize, and I liked the way they interacted with each other. In addition, she did a nice job of establishing the settings. She also took advantage of Alaska’s scenic landscape in several of her chapters, and provided well-crafted descriptions of the settings. -Lolita C
Category could be Suspenseful Romance, Women’s Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, New Adult
*Not a typical Romance novel. But it is a love story.
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