You’re A Survivor

Suzetta Perkins Author Interview

Suzetta Perkins Author Interview

Two Down: The Inconvenient Truth follows a tangled mess of classified government secrets and the trials and tribulations of military relationships. What was the inspiration behind this book?

As a suspense author, I’m always looking for stories that are different but timely. With two husbands and other family members, who were in the Army and Air Force, I had a birds-eye view of some of the goings on of the military. As well, I worked for both Boeing and Martin Marietta (which is now Lockheed Martin) working with spacecraft engineers and the Pershing missile system during the cold war. I was intrigued by the Oliver North story, which was borne out in my first novel, Behind the Veil.

I thought that Persenia’s character draws on the isolation that a military wife might feel. How were you able to capture the life of a military spouse?

That’s an easy question. I was a military spouse, and believe me I understood Persenia’s predicament well.

There is a vast emotional range in this book from jealousy, revenge, to anger. What were some themes you wanted to explore in this book?

The major theme I wanted to convey was that life is complicated. We have are ups and downs. Marriage is work. However, when we’re thrown a sharp curve and no matter the obstacles that are thrown at you, you can come out victorious. You’re a survivor.

What is the next book that you are working on and when will it be available?

I’ve since released Free to Love, which is a sequel to one of my earlier novels, Betrayed. What’s Love Got to Do With It, will be released in either November or December of this year. It’s the sequel to Silver Bullets, that looks at women over fifty, who’re trying to get their sexy back. I’m also working on the sequel to Two Down: The Inconvenient Truth, as my readers, especially the book clubs that I’ve visited, have demanded. They want to know what will become of Persenia and her new love interest, Remy. Some speculate that she will stay with Reggie. For sure there will be some consequences for Reggie’s involvement with the General he was having an affair with, but will also see that Persenia will have to face some consequences of her own. However, while everyone will want to know what happens with Reggie and Persenia, ISIS remains a threat.

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Two Down: The Inconvenient Truth by [Perkins, Suzetta]

The handsome and soon-to-be Brigadier General Reginald Charleston is in a romantic liaison with Major General Kaleah Neal, the sexy seductress, who seems to be all out capture Reggie for herself, never mind that Reggie has been married for the past eighteen years to Persenia Charleston, who’s been the model wife, giving her life totally to her husband and the military.

The inconvenient truth is that Reggie is playing with fire and is about to get burned. The President of the United States, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Reggie and other generals under the umbrella of the Pentagon are pursuing a worldwide enemy, ISIS. However, Reggie has missed the clues that the enemy might be right under his nose.

Things are put into perspective for Reggie when his next-door-neighbor, Major General Forbes, is gunned down…the second such killing of an Army general in days. Will Reggie be next?

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