Sunday, May 10, 2015

KILLER EXPOSURE release party!

******GIVEAWAY ALERT******

Today is day 3 of my book release celebration!  All good things must come to an end, and unfortunately, so does this party.  Thanks for sticking with me until the end!

Today, I'm happy to share that KILLER EXPOSURE is the first of two books that I've set in Houston.  The second book, KILLER SEASON, will be released in November, and is Nate's story. (You can already pre-order it now!)

I'm also very excited about the book I'm currently working on, which is part of a new Colton Family continuity series coming next year from Harlequin Romantic Suspense!  If you're a fan of the Coltons, you won't want to miss this series!

Thanks again for stopping by this weekend and celebrating with me!  I've got one more giveaway in store, so be sure to scroll down to find it! (US only please)

Toxic chemicals and instant chemistry in this tale of murder, medicine and combustible attraction! 

One minute Hannah Baker is a quiet science professor. The next, a possible murder suspect. Six victims, one per week, all poisoned with the same exotic chemical Hannah once worked with. Now she's wanted by Houston detective Owen Randall—but is it to enlist her help, or arrest her? 


Owen knows the prim Hannah is hiding something, but he isn't sure she's a killer. Especially after some unfortunate incidents. Is she the next victim of the chemical killer? Torn between duty and his growing feelings, Owen only knows he has less than a week to save her…


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Barnes & Noble Nook | Print
Harlequin eBook | Print

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6 comments:

  1. I like both, but sometimes I do not care for series that go on forever or you have to read 5+ books to find out what happens...

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    1. I know what you mean! I have to read a series in order, so if it's already 4-5 books in, I may not even try because it feels like I have so much catching up to do!

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  2. Series books are my favorites. I always get hooked on the series books.

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    1. It can be fun to catch up with earlier characters!

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