JoeyPinkney.com Exclusive Interview
5 Minutes, 5 Questions With…
J.A. Adams, author of Chameleon
(Shaw Harris and Associates)
When dreams turn into nightmares, spur of the moment decisions test the silent codes of family honor. Diane Darhling, beautiful, scholarly and heir to a multi-million dollar fortune, finds herself caught in a triangular web of love gone seriously wrong.
Two men, Jimmy and Jerrell, whose polarized unrelenting desire to have her is felt to the depths of the soul. One loves unconditionally. The other is a suave psychopath. Reading like a backdrop story from headline news, a twisted plan, forged in pathological and psychotic manipulation, is plotted by the Chameleon.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the idea and inspiration to write Chameleon?
J.A. Adams: My many years of experiences in social service work, talking with victims and survivors of domestic violence. My character Diane is a composite of the many victims and survivors of intimate partner violence I have encountered in my personal and professional life.
JP: What sets Chameleon apart from other psychological romances? Continue reading 5 Mintues, 5 Questions With… J.A. Adams, author of Chameleon