I write women's adventure. Men, fear not, I do not drown my heroine's in goopy romance. Women, I do not discount it either. Recall "Eat, Pray, Love", the life and times of Queen Elizabeth, Joan of Arc, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Hermione Granger. Women have few action heroes and this is my niche. The bulk of female stars draw off memoir (real life) and nearly all have romance, rather than altruism, guide them. Feminists point out: woman is never complete without a man in fiction. Woman is portrayed as risking herself, her position and her esteem for the mere opportunity to have that one great love scene. Hence, her life is constructed around "that one relationship" and once it happens it is over. She may save the world, but it is only worth it if the man then acknowledges her. Cold Case of Annie Franklin is an adventure of empowerment and identity, perhaps unlike anything you have read yet. It is a fast-paced story I invite you peruse and rate.
Thank you for your time, Jesse