BEARING ALL is also set here, which is a sequel to EDGE. Those of you who have read Sergei's story will have an idea of where Mel calls home. You will also get to see more of Sergei before Kate shows up to try and kill him.
I'll let my hero, Cache, describe how he sees The Edge from his first look off a brochure that Tom hands him.
“Turn the page to see pictures of the lodge," Tom said. "I know it looks imposing, but I’ve been assured that they’ve taken handicapped patrons before.”
Cache narrowed his gaze.
“N-not that you’re handicapped in the sense of wheelchair bound. But you can be comfortable in knowing that you’ll be able to navigate the lodge. Plus, they offer sauna and hot tub facilities and have a masseuse on staff.”
Cache reviewed the pictures of the lodge. Rustic sophistication described the nest of log structures connected by a mammoth deck across the front and supported on pilings. Cobalt waters licked at a black sand beach. Wildflowers bloomed in a riot of rainbow colors surrounded by dense forests and rocky cliffs. A sapphire sky topped it off.
The Garden of Eden, sourdough style.
How important do you feel the setting is to a book, and what are some of your favorite settings, or something you would like to know about The Edge and Alaska? Remember I am giving away three digital copies of EDGE to three lucky commenters in celebration of EDGE's release day on March 18th. So ask away.