Spotlight: L.A. Long

Celebrated author L.A. Long thrilled readers nationwide with her sizzling romantic suspense novel, Operation No Coincidence—and in 2015 she returned with an absorbing, soul-stirring new romance about buried secrets and defying the odds, It’s Not Too Late for Therapy. Her latest novel, Another Notch in the Beltway, will soon be released digitally.

In anticipation of Another Notch in the Beltway, we’re taking a look back at It’s Not Too Late for Therapy.

Long draws from her real-life experiences in It’s Not Too Late for Therapy, as she weaves a breathtaking tale starring Charlotte Mason, a victim’s advocate battle-scarred by love and betrayal. Raising her daughter alone after her philandering husband and his lover are killed in a car accident, Charlotte has learned to balance single-motherhood and a challenging career—but a chance encounter with her first love, Gregg Wyte, throws her carefully constructed life into disarray.

Gregg is determined to prove he’s not the selfish, indiscreet bastard he was in college. But just as he begins to make inroads into Charlotte’s heart, a devastating secret from her husband’s past comes to light—and when Gregg reveals his own secret, it threatens to shatter their world.

It’s Not Too Late For Therapy is the soul-stirring follow up to Long’s smash hit debut, Operation No Coincidence, in which insurance executive Victoria Ashton’s drama-free life collapses when her on-again-off-again lover, Gabriel Barnes, rematerializes. He swears he’s retired from the Navy SEALs. The sex is great— but Victoria isn’t fooled by Gabriel’s so-called retirement.

When her insurance fraud suspect turns out to be an arms dealer embroiled in weapons and human trafficking in the Middle East—and the target of Gabriel’s covert Black Ops venture—the two realize that there are no coincidences. As the case takes an unexpected turn, Gabriel and Victoria must join forces to stop a terrorist before it’s too late.

Between sweeping romance and romantic suspense, Long proves her diverse talent and mastery of the genre—and she’ll have readers begging for more.




L.A. LONG is an insurance industry executive with a long history investigating insurance fraud. She applies her knowledge of the law, investigation, and human behavior to developing her story lines. She lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with her family, three cats and a very human dog.

She is the author of two novels, It’s Not Too Late for Therapy, and Operation No Coincidence. Learn more at