A native of suburban Chicago, Linda Lamberson moved to the city after graduating from Indiana University in Bloomington. Lamberson received her Master’s Degree in Social Service Administration and her Juris Doctor degree from The University of Chicago. After working at the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery as an intellectual property lawyer, Lamberson chose to become a stay-at-home mother and spends much of her time in Harbor Country, Michigan. Since writing the first novel, she has written the second and third installments of Evie Sanders’ story with plans to continue the series.
Evie Sanders is pretty good at heeding that gnawing feeling she gets when trouble rears its head-or at least she used to be. Things change when she meets Quinn Harrison one morning after class. Evie would never do anything intentionally to hurt her long-distance boyfriend or jeopardize their relationship, but she finds it increasingly difficult to resist Quinn. Just when things can't seem to get any more complicated, Evie is involved in a fatal car accident. Yet, her death marks a new beginning-and her new existence as an immortal. It's not long before Evie and Quinn's paths cross again, and she finds herself trying to walk a fine line between bending the rules she must now obey and breaking them.