I need to get off my rear and publish the paperback version of my novel, The Single Eye. I've let lack of confidence in my back blurb hold me up the past five weeks nearly. I've just made a couple of edits, and here it is: It's 1981, and Sandy Beichten’s vision in life is to practice architecture to the glory of God. It won’t hurt if that includes continuing as sole assistant to brilliant and handsome young architect Eric Baumann. His loving her as she secretly loves him would be too much to ask— Eric’s focus is on architecture alone. Fighting for the survival of his new firm, he has no use for marriage or Christianity, and certainly not for a complicated romance with the attractive young woman he hired to be his right hand. But complication and danger loom for them both after she convinces him to turn down what appeared to be the commission of a lifetime. The uncanny-eyed would-be client refuses to take no for an answer, and before his plans are through, he will force Eric and Sandy to make a diabolical choice that will pit what they love most on earth against their humanity, their lives, and their very souls. I understand that a lot of people on these forums aren't interested in this genre (Christian romantic suspense), but if you are, or if you're willing to exercise your imagination on something outside your genre, tell me how this strikes you, and if you're noticing any clunkers I've overlooked. Thanks. EDIT: Current revised version below, including the headline/hook.