The one woman he wants… Hunting Danger by Katie Reus #Suspense #RomanceNovels @InkSlingerPR

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Title: Hunting Danger

Author: Katie Reus

Genre: Romantic Suspense

About Hunting Danger:

The one woman he wants…


When a childhood friend needs help, Nova doesn’t hesitate. They endured the foster system together, forging a bond Nova can’t ignore. Relying on her friends from Redemption Harbor Consulting—including Gage, the computer genius she’s falling for—is out of the question. She used to work for the CIA and she’s trained—she can handle this. Besides, the whole team is working on their own important jobs. She’s not going to drag anyone away when she’s not sure it’s necessary.


Is the one he can’t have…


When Nova asks for time off out of the blue—and use of the company jet—former Marine Gage takes note. Of course, he notices everything about Nova. But as one of her bosses, his growing attraction to her is a line he won’t cross. However, that doesn’t mean he’ll let her run straight into danger—and a quick hack of her computer proves she’s gotten in over her head. Gage is coming along for the ride, whether the sassy assistant likes it or not. He’ll do whatever’s necessary to save her friend…and keep Nova out of the clutches of a lethal enemy who won’t hesitate to kill anyone who gets in their way.


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Hunting Danger

Redemption Harbor Series

Copyright © 2018 Katie Reus



Nova frowned at one of the computer screens as she scanned the information she’d just unearthed. It was difficult to know if she was headed in the right direction, but Layla’s fiancé, Brody Kingston, might have a couple shell corporations loosely attached to him. But she wasn’t skilled enough to know for sure.

Which just pissed her off. She’d have to dig deeper. Unfortunately, that would take time. And she’d just heard a soft beep beep from one of the front doors, letting her know that someone was here. Considering the building’s security, it had to be one of her own people.

She quickly sent a few files of info to her email to review later, then shut down all the programs she’d been using, grabbed her purse and stood. When she reached the door, she nearly ran into a hard wall of muscle.

Gage Yates.

Dammit. Why did it have to be him? The man who starred in all her fantasies? Of which she had far too many. And why the hell was he here after midnight? He couldn’t be checking on her, could he?

She pasted on a casual smile even though her heart was racing out of control. For multiple reasons. “I see I’m not the only one working late.”

His bluish-gray eyes narrowed ever so slightly as he looked down at her. Considering her height, it was impressive that he was taller. But at six feet three inches, Gage was taller than a lot of people. And the smartest, sexiest man she knew. That brain of his was ridiculous. She always felt a bit out of her league when around him. Which didn’t help her sanity any.

“What are you doing in my office?” he demanded.

His tone made her straighten. Instead of answering, she decided to go on the defensive. Even though she’d only been an analyst with the CIA, she’d learned a lot of tricks during her training. “You said I could use your office anytime I wanted. Has that changed?” Her tone was butter smooth, over-polite. Which she knew would annoy him.


“Good.” She slid past him, unable to avoid contact as her breasts brushed against his side. She really hated that even this little touch affected her so much. Especially since it made her feel like a pervert. Damn him, he should have moved.

As soon as their bodies touched, he jumped back as if she’d burned him. Seriously, the man was hell on her ego. They were friends, yeah, and he’d made it crystal clear that was all he wanted from her. Gritting her teeth, she started down the hallway but he stopped her.

“Nova. What’s going on? Brooks said you needed the jet for something.”

She glanced over her shoulder and shrugged as if it wasn’t a big deal. “Just some personal stuff I need to iron out. Nothing big.” Her voice sounded light enough and she thought she sounded believable. Now if she could get out of here before he continued questioning her, she should be good.

“How long are you going to be gone?”

She lifted her shoulder again as she took another few steps away from him. She needed to be gone now. Layla was depending on her. In addition to the shell corporations, she’d found a few images of Kingston with some men connected to a Mexican cartel. Not exactly a smoking gun, but…it wasn’t good. “Few days, maybe. Not sure. Trust me, this is not a big deal. I just didn’t feel like dealing with commercial travel and we have that sweet jet available for use.” She laughed lightly, staying in casual mode. She had to keep her game face on right now.

He simply nodded, but there was an unfamiliar gleam in his mesmerizing eyes. “Call me if you need anything.”

She headed out, glad to be away from him so she could breathe again.

About Katie Reus:

Katie Reus is the New York Times, USA Today, and IndieReader bestselling author of the Red Stone Security series, the Moon Shifter series and the Deadly Ops series. She fell in love with romance at a young age thanks to books she pilfered from her mom’s stash. Years later she loves reading romance almost as much as she loves writing it.

However, she didn’t always know she wanted to be a writer. After changing majors many times, she finally graduated summa cum laude with a degree in psychology. Not long after that she discovered a new love. Writing. She now spends her days writing dark paranormal romance and sexy romantic suspense. Her book Avenger’s Heat recently won the Georgia RWA Maggie Award for Excellence in the fantasy/paranormal category.

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The Emissary 2: To Love Somebody by @MarciaMeara #CoverReveal #Paranormal


They’re back!
Jake and Dodger are at it again,
accompanied by their boss, the archangel Azrael.

I am so excited, I can hardly stand it. Once again, Nicki Forde Graphics Design has come up with a cover that does exactly what I wanted it to do. It provides a great-looking image that clearly links the second novella in my Emissary series with the first one. And it does this by putting Jake’s big, red-and-white semi front and center, angel wings and all, but with a completely different background.

In The Emissary 2: To Love Somebody, Jake and Dodger travel both coasts of Florida, day and night, working their emissarial magic wherever they find souls in trouble. For me, the palm fronds over the truck, the ocean in the background, and the moon shining down are perfect.

I can’t give you an exact release date for The Emissary 2: To Love Sombody yet, as I still have a few more tiny odds and ends to finish up, including the blurb. But I’m 99.9% sure it will be available within a week or two, and I’ll have more to share with you then. In the meantime, what do you think?

My heartfelt thanks to all the wonderful bloggers who have helped me share my new cover with the Immediate World! It’s lovely to be part of such a supportive online community, and every single one of you is special to me. Thank you!

NOTE: This is not a stand-alone novella, so now’s a good time to grab the first one. You can read it in an evening and be all set for The Emissary 2. You’ll find The Emissary 1 on Amazon HERE.




Marcia Meara is a native Floridian, and lives in Sanford, just north of Orlando, with her husband of 30+ years, four large cats, and two small dachshunds. When not working on her books and blogs, she spends her time gardening, and enjoying the surprising amount of wildlife that manages to make a home in her suburban yard.

At the age of five, Marcia declared she wanted to be an author, and is ecstatic that a mere 64 years later, she finally wrote “Wake-Robin Ridge,” her first novel. Making up for lost time, she has published five more novels and a spinoff novella over the last four years:

A Boy Named Rabbit: Wake-Robin Ridge Book 2
Harbinger: Wake-Robin Ridge Book 3

Swamp Ghosts: Riverbend Book 1
Finding Hunter: Riverbend Book 2
That Darkest Place: Riverbend Book 3

The Emissary: A Riverbend Spinoff Novella

Marcia has also published a small chapbook of poetry, Summer Magic: Poems of Life and Love, and her work has been included in six Silver Birch Press Anthologies.

Her philosophy? It’s never too late to follow your dream. Just take that first step, and never look back. At age 73, when many people are slowing down, Marcia’s new career is just taking off. She plans to keep on writing until she falls face down on the keyboard, and would, in fact, consider that a pretty good way to go.

You can reach Marcia through her blogs and other social media:

The Write Stuff:
Bookin’ It:
Twitter: @marciameara