No one knows what happened to Theodosia Burr, the fiery daughter Aaron Burr serenades in Hamilton: An American Musical. When she disappeared she fell into an in-between called Nowhere. For her soul to rest, she has one assignment: Help someone navigate a life-changing crossroad or be forgotten forever.
Theo is running out of time when she encounters Richard Cox, a West Point cadet who’s desperate. After someone from Richard’s past presents him with an impossible ultimatum, he has two choices: Return to spying on the Russians…or die.
As Theo and Richard battle adversaries, treachery collides with their growing passion. Can they trust each other enough to elude their enemies? Or are they pawns for a bigger foe determined to destroy them?
Hard to Die is the first book in the Nowhere Series, a speculative blend of riveting suspense, forgotten history, and a dash of paranormal fiction. If you like edge-of-your-seat action, compelling characters, and white-knuckle emotion, you’ll love the first installment in Andra Watkins’ page-turning series.
Buy Hard to Die today and discover your next favorite read!
“A knock-out. Top-notch, white-knuckle reading.”
The Huffington Post
“Tender, fierce, and well done.”
Portland Book Review
“Hard to Die takes readers on a pretty amazing journey.”
The Good Men Project
“Filled with deceit, double agents, unanswered questions, and passionate romance. Readers remain rapt at each turn of the page.”
“Read the book the cast and crew of Hamilton: An American Musical can’t put down!”
LA Splash Magazine
“Leaves the reader’s imagination tingling with delight.”
Bangor Daily News
“Hard to Die is hard to put down.”
“One of the most imaginative books I’ve ever read.”
Jen Mann, NYT best selling author of People I Want to Punch in the Throat
“I loved this book!”
Nicole Knepper, author of Moms Who Drink and Swear: True Tales of Loving my Kids While Losing my Mind
Formats: 6×9 paperback; Kindle; Nook; iBooks; Kobo
Library editions distributed by Baker and Taylor and Ingram
Price: $2.99 electronic; $16.99 paperback