Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Blog Barrage and Giveaway!!!

Hello and welcome to CEWTNK!!  Are you ready to read about another great book that's touring?  LOL...well here it is!!  Let's take a look!!

BLURB:
Things get personal for Sam Brower, undercover task force detective for human trafficking, when his niece, Autumn, goes missing. To make matters worse, he’s forced to work with his ex-girlfriend, Lisa Conover, former DC cop, when she’s assigned to a cold case involving his long lost brother.
After infiltrating the gang responsible for the multiple abductions, Sam and Lisa try to unravel the stories behind the kidnapping of Autumn and the disappearance of Luke before their cover is blown.
Undercover work doesn’t lend well to trust. Even if they work together like a fine tuned instrument, will Lisa and Sam be able to salvage love after all they’ve been through?

EXCERPT:
“Ahh!! Oh!! Yes! Yes! It feels so good! Right there! Please, don’t stop, please,” Lisa Conover muttered. “Harder, harder! No! Don’t leave now!” She groaned as she pounded her fists into the hardwood floor. “Damn it! Why did you stop?” she asked Godiva, her twenty-two-pound silver tabby cat, who had jumped off her back and now sauntered over to a sunny spot on the carpet, flopping down in a very unladylike manner. Just like Sam used to do years ago, gets me feeling comfortable and then he takes off.
Lisa’s aching back muscles were so tight from hunching over her computer ten to twelve hours a day every day for the past weeks. She needed a massage. Better yet, she needed a vacation.
She rolled over onto her back and stared above at the open-beamed ceiling of her log cabin in the North Carolina mountains outside Hickoryville. She studied the accumulation of dust bunnies along the beams.
The setting sun cast shadows across the room as she gazed out the two-story floor-to-ceiling windows on one wall. The view of the tranquil scenic mountains in its resplendent fall glory replaced some of the angst she felt about her work. She relaxed and stretched her arms above her head. Her stomach growled, reminding her she hadn’t had any lunch today.
She stood, trying to stretch her still-aching muscles by turning side to side at the waist, touching her toes—or attempting to, anyway.
Then maybe she could get a few more hours of work done before bedtime.
After putting down fresh water and food for Godiva she opened the fridge, hoping to find something for dinner. She knew what she would find but she looked anyway. It was empty except for a couple of eggs, and an older-than-she-knew container of yogurt she couldn’t trust anymore.
She glimpsed down at Godiva, who had already finished her dinner. “I think I’ll run down to The Barn and get something to eat. You can hold down the fort here for a while, right?” she asked Godiva, who sauntered away licking her lips.
She walked the short distance from the kitchen to the corner of the large open room to her desk, which held her state-of-the-art computer system with three screens and a laptop. She sat down to start turning everything off when the phone on her desk rang.
“Conover Investigations, Lisa speaking.”
“Hi, is Sam Brower there?”
“Sorry, but I haven’t heard from Sam in years. How did you get my number?”
“This is the last number I had for him. I really need to talk to him ASAP.”
“Maybe I can help you. What’s the problem?”
“No, I need to talk to Sam.”
“I’m sorry I can’t help you. Give me your name and a number where he can reach you, and if I hear from him I’ll let him know you’re trying to get in touch with him, okay?”
“My name’s Luke and he can reach me at…” Then the phone line went dead. He had hung up.
What is it about men? They never say good-bye.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
I live on a peninsula in the mid west coast of Florida with my husband, 2 cats, and AJ, my long haired Chihuahua.
I wrote my first story in the fourth grade in the form of a play which actually was produced by my teacher for parents and students. I continued writing and majored in English in College. I practice everyday to improve my craft.
I love reading almost as much as writing and have filled my book shelves with my favorites, i.e. Harlan Colban, Eliza March, Johanna Lindsey, Kathy Carmichael, Terri Garey, Karen Rose, LuAnn Rice, and Bobbi Smith just to mention a few, as well as all the classics.
I am a member of RWA (Romance Writers of America), TARA (Tampa Area Romance Authors), PRO, CSI (Crime Scene Investigations), just to mention a few.


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8 comments:

Joanne said...

So far the best books I have read have been by Linda Lael Miller: A Creed in Stone Creek, Creed's Honor, and The Creed Legacy. Great excerpt. Can't wait to read Deadly Deliverance. Thanks for the giveaway.

e.balinski(at)att(dot)net

Shelley B said...

Lothaire by Kressley Cole. It wasn't all pleasant. My stomach hurt all through it because of the way he treated his mate. But he never was a nice guy, so he couldn't do a 180. Thanks for the giveaway!

Andrea I said...

Thanks for the giveaway. One of the best I read this year was Explosive Eighteen by Janet Evanovich.

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heather said...

Im going to make this easy for myself and assume you mean since New Years, lol. Child of War: A God is Born by Lisa Beth Darling. That child should have been drowned at birth (shiver). Thanks for the giveawy, I love suspense stories!
chamblinh@gmail.com

msmjb65 said...

Lothaire by Kresley Cole tops the list. If you haven't read it yet..don;t wait; it's one of her best in the series!
MJB

Kelley said...

Thank you for the giveaway! My favorite book so far is hard to chose, I love Cassandra Clares Immortal Instruments adn Infernal Devices. I also love JR wards Black dagger brotherhood. I also loved the Trylle series. I love to read!

Denise Z said...

I just finished Don't Bite The Messenger by Regan Summers. It was short, but it was awesome and I still want more :)

Rachel V said...

My favorite so far was Hush, Hush that I borrowed from my friend.

Rachel V
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