Saturday, October 25, 2014

Undercover Addiction release and a sale

Undercover Addiction is now available! Thank you to those who have already purchased, read, and enjoyed it. Your notes and reviews always make my day! Once my life calms down a bit I'll have a (late) blog tour for the release with prizes probably, but for now it was a quiet release so tell your friends and family ;)
“You know, I used to smoke. Too much. Nicotine was my addiction, but I only wanted it a particular way. Patches or gums could never satisfy me.”
“Are you saying I’m nicotine?”
“You’re the cigarette.”
Connor licked his bottom lip. “I’m willing to feed your addiction until your office misses you.”
“Good. I have all day.” 
Working Vice for the Seattle PD, Connor Bishop’s favorite part of the job is going undercover. His current assignment is to get close to Riley Drapeau, a human trafficker backed into a corner by the FBI and turned informant. Connor needs to milk him for information on his organization, but while doing so, sees an entirely different Riley than he expected. 

Caught off balance, Connor relies heavily on Lucas, his outside man and only link to the real world, but he gets sucked in by Riley and his attempt to clear his name and prove his partners fabricated evidence to frame him. 

Up to his eyeballs in the dark world of trafficking, Connor finds it easier to believe Riley than what the FBI is saying, especially when a leak is uncovered within the Bureau. The choices Connor has to make become even more difficult when Lucas admits he has feelings for him and promises a safe life far from harm. But Connor can’t deny the only man he wants to be with is Riley. Which forces him to decide if his addiction to the dangerous side of life can include loving a criminal. 

If you you're looking to read Elemental Attraction seriesmore specifically the second bookFire Tango is on sale right now at Dreamspinner Press! As a part of their hidden gem sale, it's 30% off until November 18th! Woo! 

“The foundation of a relationship is not little things from the past, doll.”
“You’re right. But all those little pieces make you who you are.”