Interview with CJ Warrant, author of Mirror Image

Las Vegas stripper, Jazz Connolly is wrongly accused of murder and finds out the killer may be her identical twin. With help from a Denver cop Mike Mitchell—the latest victim’s best friend and her accuser, Jazz uncovers facts about her past, a dark secret twisted with lies, and clues to the killer’s true identity.

When Mike finds Jazz on his doorstep, he can’t resist the temptation and helps her track down details of her past. As they uncover clues, he can’t ignore the potent chemistry between them. In this tangled web of chaos, their passion ignites, but can they learn to trust each other? While the body count grows, they will have to fight back, love hard, and survive in order to learn the truth and expose the real killer.

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CJ Warrant Bio:

CJ Warrant is a lover, a hater and sometimes a fighter for all she’s passionate about. She can’t exist without coffee, chocolate and a damn story brewing in her head. She was born an overseas Army brat, in a Korean Italian household but settled in the states at the ripe old age of five.

With a long career in the beauty industry, a wonderful marriage to a great man and three kids nearly all grown, her view of life is as such. Life is a journey; both good and bad, light and dark, but she takes it all in and learns from every experience life has to offer. She takes those crazy moments, stirs in the dark and brings her passion for words to life.

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Interview with author CJ Warrant

Tell us a little bit about your book. Las Vegas stripper, Jazz is the Mirror Image of a murderer and finds out they might be twins. With help from a Denver cop, Mike, they discover the dark truth about her past and the true identity of the killer.


Have you published before? Yes. My debut book Forgetting Jane, which is a romantic thriller is came out June 2016.


Are you currently working on anything else? Actually, I have second novella of a duet series done and ready. And I have two different book series of I’m editing currently.


What is your favorite writing snack? Dried cranberries and roasted sea salt almonds. Brain food.


What gets you in the mood to write? Since I write every day, I would say my characters. They are always up front and center, wanting out!


Who is your favorite character and why? My favorite character so far has to be Jazz. Having to deal with so much trauma in her life, she stays strong and becomes a better person in the end.


Favorite book of all time? That is hard to say because I have such a wide taste in reading. But If I have to pick one now…I would say it’s not a one book per say but a series by Ella Frank called the Temptation series. Love it!


I think breakfast says a lot about a person, what is your perfect breakfast? Easy! Two eggs, sunny side up, bacon, hashbrown and Texas toast. And don’t forget Coffee.


Do you have a favorite period of time that you like to write about or would like to live? I loving living in the present, so I have to say in the present and maybe bit into the future.


Please tell us in one sentence why we should read your book! My books have characters that are real with real life problems, which they overcome by fighting hard, living hard, and loving hard while taking the readers for a thrill ride with each turn of the page.