Razor Trilogy by Nadine Doolittle

Classical violinist Charlotte Dawson needs money. Billionaire Daniel Razor needs a companion for his agoraphobic brother. Razor makes her an offer: Charlotte will be paid one hundred thousand dollars in exchange for one year of service to the handsome, talented, but deeply troubled Joel Razor. The job is too good to be true but Charlotte accepts. Then Daniel Razor comes to her with a request that redefines the role of companion and Charlotte discovers the lengths she will go to realize her ambition.

SET IN fog-shrouded San Francisco, Razor Trilogy is noir suspense in the tradition of Alfred Hitchcock. Originally published on Amazon in three novellas (Razor Wire, Razor Blade, and Razor Edge) Razor Trilogy wraps up the mystery but the series will continue in January 2016. At the time of this writing, it was still possible to throw a body off the Golden Gate Bridge.

Targeted Audience: women 21-60

Author Bio:
Nadine Doolittle has been writing for twenty years, authoring ten novels and three novellas under various pen names. Her debut mystery, “Iced Under” shortlisted for Canada’s Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel in 2009 (crime fiction). “Razor Trilogy” is her first Romantic Suspense.

What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I wanted to write a billionaire romance for all the wrong reasons. But then Daniel Razor became more and more complex and Charlotte’s fierce determination to be a concert violinist drove the plot to places I didn’t expect. They are naturally suspicious of each other at the same time they are deeply drawn to each other. I enjoy exploring the theme of dependence and mistrust in the sequels.

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