In this tale of love and obsession set against a picturesque Seattle backdrop, the lives of four successful thirty-somethings collide in a life-altering moment that transforms loneliness into total destruction.
When Rawn, a schoolteacher, and D’Becca, a supermodel, meet, their electric chemistry leads to a relationship of passion and intimacy that neither anticipates—until Rawn’s seductive friend and colleague Sicily introduces him to emotionally fragile fashion designer Tamara. Sultry, beautiful, and dangerously unstable, Tamara develops a fixation with Rawn that leads to deception and an impulsive act of desperation that irrevocably intertwines four lives. Soon Rawn becomes a person of interest in a murder and the target of a media spectacle. Packed with sexy, page-turning drama, Vulnerable illustrates the complexity of desire and emotion, the weakness in human nature, and the fragility and spontaneity of fate.
Bonita Thompson has worked as a freelance story analyst and reader of books and screenplays. She has edited self-published novels by first-time authors and written script coverages and novel synopses optioned for film. As a contract floater, she worked at major Hollywood film studios and production companies. While living in Paris, Bonita studied international law. She volunteers for WriteGirl, a nonprofit organization that inspires high school females in the Los Angeles area to pursue careers in writing. She’s the author of the novels The New Middle and Vulnerable.