I’m excited to share a new boxed collaboration I’m taking part in with some of the best in the romantic suspense genre.
Isn’t this cover from the fabulous Kim Killion amazing? 🙂
Dangerous Encounters: Love on the Edge
Love and Suspense, Heart-pounding romance and thrills!
7 full-length action-suspense romances from New York Times and USA Today bestselling and award-winning authors. Danger and excitement, secret agents, sexy SEALs, hot police detectives, undercover female operatives, and heat! And a French aristocrat hiding an old secret in his chateau! What more can a woman want? Get yours today before it goes away. LIMITED TIME ONLY.
International link: http://books2read.com/u/mqzO82
Emily Parker thought she had a perfect life…until her dashing private-eye husband was brutally murdered. After his murder goes unsolved and the case grows cold, she discovers that he may not have been who he claimed to be. Can she uncover the truth with the help of her best friends and the hot new police detective before she winds up dead too?
The blonde-haired beauty hits the streets to find her brother’s killer. In the sleazy cesspool of drug dealers, strippers and pimps, she closes in on the killer. But he’s out to get her before she gets him.
Sometimes the risk is worth the fall. Ex-secret agent, Genie will stop at nothing to find her father, even accepting help from the one man she let close enough to learn her family secrets, secrets that could destroy them all. But will he keep them?
Big bad bodyguard Joseph Allario keeps his biggest fear a big secret until a so-called cupcake assignment takes him to London to play undercover babysitter to Lady Veronica Douglas. Ronnie made a deathbed promise to her mother to redeem her father’s reputation and prove he was murdered. Now Joe finds himself falling for Ronnie as he tries to stop the killer before the killer stops her. Even if it means facing the one thing he fears most…
Looking down at the mutilated body of a young woman, D.I. Sam Templeton’s fears grow. Where are the victim’s children? Sam realizes she is faced with a killer hell bent on vengeance; his reign of terror is just beginning. In the race to catch him, Sam joins forces with profiler Ryan Anderson only to find herself embroiled in a tempestuous romance. As the second body is found, more children go missing. Where are they? Are they still alive?
What could be more exciting for a young American architect than to live in a French chateau owned by a handsome count, and to work on the restoration of a chapel in the Loire Valley? But when her professor is poisoned because he knew too much about a missing statue, Cheryl’s summer job changes into a dangerous treasure hunt and Count François is faced with a difficult choice. Are the statue and his chateau worth endangering the life of the impetuous young woman who’s turned his life upside down?
My contribution to the set is Tidal Falls- Book 1 in the popular Wounded Hearts series.
Excerpt from Tidal Falls:
“How did you find me?” Sara fell back as Tom pushed his way inside, followed closely by Sam, and then she caught sight of Fiona being led in by two other men. Her friend was cuffed, her arms pulled taut behind her back. Her mouth, covered by a bright red handkerchief tied so tight it cut into her whitened cheeks, highlighted an obscene bruise. Her eyes, one of them black and blue, filled with tears, begging Sara to forgive her.
“GPS, my dear, you’ve heard of that I presume? I traced you from your own phone, that wasn’t very smart of you. So, this is where you’ve been hiding.” He waved the others into the room, locking the door behind them. “What, no kiss for your Husband? You do recall you have one of those, don’t you?”
He looked the same, so tall and handsome standing there in his perfectly pressed suit and tie, not a hair out of place. A wolf in sheep’s clothing. It was so obvious to her now. The narrow, cold eyes, the supercilious attitude, the rigid stance, the not-so-well-hidden-anger, had he always been that way? She didn’t like to think so. How could she have been so wrong about him? He’d pulled the wool over her eyes from the beginning.