People today meet partners online, some of them going so far as to find their true loves, but there can also be danger when that happens. Imagine you have an online lover who lives many miles away. Now, he talks you into cheating on your husband. Is it your fault or his when you give in. The internet isn’t always a safe bet. Sometimes even putting an ad on a website to sell your spare bicycle can lead to more than you’d hoped.
While writing The Web Cleanser, I thought about the consequences of online relationships, and fell into the vortex of a story where love can be deadly. You’re cyber lover might not live as far away as he/she says. Stalkers can find their victims on the web easily, getting more information about you than you know. It’s better for you to only put the minimal personal information in your profile. Danger abounds in the world you can’t see.
My characters find out the true meaning of deceit when a killer lures them to their deaths. It’s up to two tough cops to find him. Ryland Sanders chooses to be the bait, while her partner, Kane Nanuq tries to protect her from herself, and the killer. Imagine yourself in a similar situation, and perhaps caution will help keep you safe.
The Web Cleanser is available from Three Worlds Press.