Tag: Romantic Suspense

Featured Novel (8/4/2016): Romance


Blacklisted: Blacklist Operations Book #1

A Deadly Virus

When a rival agent kills the only man who could cure an unstoppable virus, Aidan gives up a blood vendetta to follow, interrogate and kill the spy. He walks away from the fight that would have finally given him access to the man who destroyed his family—just to find her.

Mistaken Identity

Sophie just wanted to spend a few weeks relaxing at an upscale hotel. Instead her room is invaded by a fighter who was trained by Delta Force to kill without mercy. He insists that she’s someone she isn’t—and that innocent people will die if she keeps up her charade. She’s not who he thinks—but she does have a secret she’ll die to protect.

Blacklisted

Ordered to bring Sophie back to his boss, Aidan is forced to take his prisoner from Dubai to London while the virus grows closer to being perfected and released, igniting a global catastrophe. He just never expected to fall for such a delicate woman. Even though Aidan knows he can’t keep her safe in his world, he doesn’t know if he can let her go either—even if keeping her means going rogue.

Featured Novel (8/3/2016): Historical


FISHER OF SOULS

Called to investigate an ancient secret long kept buried by the church, the Bishop of Bamberg is found brutally murdered, tortured to death by medieval means. His nephew, Lukas—a young Jesuit priest living in Rome—is summoned by the superior general of his order for a special mission: retrieve a cache of long-hidden documents that could rock Christianity to its core.

When the superior general is murdered, Lukas becomes the prime suspect as well as the killer’s next target. Pursued by the police and the sadistic murderer, Lukas sets out across Italy with his onetime lover, the fiery journalist Rabea, to retrieve the mysterious documents. As the stakes get higher and the smoldering tension between Lukas and Rabea builds, the two begin to uncover a secret war that has been waged in the shadows of the church for centuries—and if they can’t expose it, they may become its next casualties.