Book Review · Romantic Suspense

RED HERRING

RED HERRING (The Kingmaker Saga #4) by London Miller

This book, this series, this story is the epitome of fantastic writing. And that ending, oh boy will that ending send you into a spin!

Did the author have the entire story mapped out when she first started work on Red ? Did she know then that once the Den of Mercenaries series was finished that she would be writing about Karina and Uilleam? And I also have to ask how, HOW, does she keep all the events in line? How does she weave strands from each mercenaries story with strands from Karina and Uilleam’s stories and make them all fit perfectly? Not to mention just how the heck did she ever dream up such an amazing story arc?

This book dropped on my kindle and that was it for me. I had the day off work and within minutes of picking up my kindle was totally absorbed into this complex, astounding and outstanding story. The book repeats a lot of what was in the Den series, but from the point of view of the puppet masters who pulled the strings. If you’ve very recently read the WHOLE Den of Mercenaries series then you might not need to read this. However it’s been a while since I did, so this was an excellent way to remind myself of all the manipulation and scheming. Seeing it through Karina and Uilliam’s eyes also gives us a valuable insight that would otherwise be missing.

This isn’t a stand alone book, and there seems little point in talking about Karina and Uilliam as characters. If you’ve got this far in the series then you know just how amazing, twisted, manipulative, caring and broken they are. 

I cannot praise this series highly enough. I cannot recommend it enough either. This series is fast proving to be my favourite of the year and you really don’t want to miss out on it.


What goes up must always come down …

Uilleam Runehart has never faced an opponent like Karina Ashwroth—he’s certainly never had to battle against a woman that held his heart.

But if she forces his hand, he’ll have to show her why they call him the Kingmaker.

Except … Karina knows all too well why most fear him—she’s just not afraid.

She knows his strengths.

She created his weaknesses.

And in the end, she’ll show him what no other has been able to—what it means to lose …


From Romantic Suspense Author, London Miller, comes the fourth installment in the Kingmaker Saga following the man whose hubris is his weakness and the woman who will use it against him.


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Book Review · Dark · Omegaverse

BROKEN by Eva Dresden

Broken by Eva Dresden – 5+ Stars


Damn, five stars is just not enough for this book!

I’ve been lucky enough through my blogging that every now and then an author contacts me and asks if I would read their new book. I’m always a little nervous that I’ll really not like it and have that awkward moment of wondering whether to slink quietly away or say something. 

When Eva Dresden offered me an arc copy of Broken, promising a dark omegaverse read my greedy little soul couldn’t resist. I mean dark AND omegaverse, two of my most very favourite tropes/genres in a book. Anyway it was gone 11 pm when I picked it up, but I though, ‘go on, read the first chapter, see what it’s like’. Yes curiosity will not only be killing the cat, it will also leave me with very little sleep!

So just gone 2 am, with gritty eyes and a huffing husband, I had to put the book down. Thankfully I started it at the weekend so as soon as I was awake the next day I got right back to reading. I ignored the housework, my husband and basic hygiene because OMG I had to finish this book.

Anyone who is a fan of Addison Cain needs to read this book. Seriously. It is on a par with her Alpha’s Claim series but is still very much it’s own book and world. A world that it dragged me into, a dark and sometimes violent world, a world of lies, deceit and heartache. Eva Dresden has an unusual writing style, both good and easy to read but also – hmm- slightly cloudy? It’s hard to put into words but it’s an implied and suggested style of writing, sometimes vague in detail which perfectly matched the confusion and bewilderment of Quinn. The writing mirrored the feel of the story, adding atmosphere, depth and emotion just at the point it was needed.

I just don’t have adequate words to do justice to this book. I have words, words like DARK, other words like AMAZING, and still further words like WOW, OMG OMG OMG I NEED MORE NOW. But those words don’t tell you how fantastic the writing is, how powerful and domineering the alpha’s are, how sweet and gentle, bloody but unbowed Quinn is. They don’t describe the emotions and feels I got from this story. The sadness of Quinn’s situation and treatment, the frenzy of the lustful rutting, the ‘you go girl’ at her inner strength, the terror of being powerless and the horror of out of control, uncaring, a-hole Alpha’s.

I’m not embarrassed to admit that this book made me cry. Well if we burrow down to the truth the mistreatment of Quinn and her brokenness made me sob. There are a whole heap of Alpha males who I would like to slowly torture before removing their genitals with a blunt, rusty table knife. Oh yes my lovelies it is one of THOSE reads.

Please if you know someone who loves dark omegaverse books let them know about this one, for no other reason than the fact that in their place I would want to know about it. There is no financial gain for me, just the knowledge that I’ve helped boost an amazing author to an audience that will love her work.

AMAZON US – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TT7HFC5/

AMAZON UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07TT7HFC5/

GOODREADS – https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/46755543-broken


Synopsis

Quinn struggles in a world where Omegas are viewed as less than nothing and Alphas reign supreme. She scrapes by one day at a time, selling the illusion of sex with trays full of drinks.

Until Tobias Kahler appears, ruining everything. Ruining her.

Taken by an Alpha who will not be denied, she fights to keep her sanity and herself alive. Broken, she’s forced to endure untold evil.

For the spark of hope buried under all of the pain, she’ll do a lot more than that.

Broken is the first book in the Omega’s Destruction series, a raw and thrilling Omegaverse tale. It is not a traditional romance, containing dark, explicit themes and complete power exchange. These scenes are graphic and may trigger some readers. If this material offends you, please do not purchase.

Book Review · Contemporary Romance

THE REBEL’S REDEMPTION

(Mershano Empire, #3)
by Lexi C Foss

Oh my goodness, I lost count of how many times this book made me ugly cry!

This has gone straight on the list of favourite reads of 2019, right up there in the top 10 – scrap that, definitely top 3! Avery, Wyatt and Jamie took me on an emotional roller-coaster of a ride, zooming me to the peaks and pinnacles before dropping me into the depths of despair.  Lexi C. Foss writes with such an unbelievable depth of feeling that my heart feels as though it has been caught up in a maelstrom, pounded by the violent forces contained within it and then left floating in the gentle eddies of current along the edge of the water.

On first meeting him I absolutely detested Wyatt, so much so that I wanted to cause him bodily harm! My pulse was literally racing and I couldn’t read quickly enough to find out what this despicable excuse for a man was going to do next. And do you know what he did? The goddamn rebel made me fall in love with him! He also made me want to slap him around the head a few times, and possibly kick his ass too, but my word this seemingly arrogant alpha-hole had a gentle heart and a caring nature not many got to see.


Avery is a wonderful heroine, the sort of woman you either want as your best friend or would even aspire to be! From the off I just couldn’t help liking her, which only increased my ire at Wyatt. At times her heartache had me sobbing, and I felt her pain, passion, anger, angst, lust and love. Thankfully Wyatt redeemed himself and provided Avery with the love, support and care that her life had been sorely lacking.


There was just so much good story in this book, so many feels and throughout it all was the careful dance between Avery and Wyatt, with neither sure who or what to trust. However the author wove a story that was both convincing and captivating. I believed in Avery and Jamie, I forgave Wyatt and understood why he acted as he did. I cared for these characters, wanting and needing them to find that HEA. Not only that but the chemistry was intense, resulting in some red hot sex scenes.

What really stands out for me is that straight forward contemporary romance rarely hits the mark for me. Add in suspense, BDSM, comedy, sci-fi, paranormal elements etc and I’m fine. But contemporary, especially one that includes the concept of ‘billionaire’ (a huge turn OFF normally for me) would usually have me running in the opposite direction. I’m glad the author’s name was enough to persuade me to try this, because if I hadn’t I would have missed out on an amazing and wonderful book.


This author continues to enthral and enamour me. I discovered her via a short story in an anthology and then read her first foray into romantic suspense with Scarlet Mark. If she hadn’t told me it was her first attempt in the genre I would never have guessed she hadn’t written in it before. I’m now off to go and purchase her entire catalogue of books, because I know I will love them.

GOODREADS / AMAZON US / AMAZON UK

BLURB

Even rebels have regrets.
Mine has a name: Jamie.

When news of Jean Perry’s passing reaches me, I feel a moment of selfish relief and hope that I might be able to reconcile the most consequential mistake of my life.

There’s only one problem.
Her sister.
Avery Perry.

The moment I see the way my son looks at her, I’m reminded of a past I thought long buried. There’s more to this arrangement than meets the eye and there’s only one way to learn more.

It’s time to play house.

No feelings. Just observation. And maybe a little seduction along the way.

I am a rebel, after all.
And not all rebels are worthy of redemption.


Book Review · Paranormal · Reverse Harem · Sci-Fi

HER DARK LEGION by Pippa DaCosta

5 BUT-REALLY-A-GALAXY-FULL-OF STARS – 🎇 🎇 🎇 🎇 🎇

HER DARK LEGION is the fifth and final book of The Messenger Chronicles. It is a slow burn, mid heat, fantasy/sci-fi blended reverse harem. It is written by the hugely talented Pippa DaCosta and is a not-to-be-missed series. Jam packed with hot, moody, males, a snarky AI in a human shell and one kick-ass heroine you will be spellbound from the first line to the last.

Discovery is worthless without the journey.

This book took me several days to read, it wasn’t because I wasn’t loving every heartbreaking and soul crushing moment of it. It wasn’t because it didn’t have me riveted by it’s amazing plot, outstanding world building and unparalleled characters. It was quite simply that I wasn’t ready, and indeed am still not ready to let go of this world and say goodbye to Kesh, Sota, Kellee, Talon, Sirius and even Eledan. The conclusion to what has been an epic tale was full of action, adventure, tragedy, manipulation and surprises.

I wanted to cry in her {Hulia’s} arms, but I somehow pushed the swell of emotion down.

KESH, Her Dark Legion


Well Kesh, at that point you did better than me because I spent a good half of this book either finding a quiet corner to sob in or with tears streaming down my face. The emotion from each and every main character tore me apart. Again. And again. And again. I have tears welling in my eyes even now, and feel a strange mixture of both joy and sadness.

I wanted to hear his voice, one last time. I wanted to feel his touch on my face and his kiss on my lips. and I never would.


With lines like that how HOW am I meant to remain an in-charge capable adult woman? Impossible! Every single time it left me a snivelling mess. This book was everything I wanted and more. So much more. A whole universe full of stars could not shine as brightly as this story, nor would be able to bear adequate witness to do this book justice.

And those guys of Kesh’s, wow did they pull out all the stops in this concluding book. There was absolutely no doubt about the depth of their feelings for her. Each of them, in their own way, worships the very ground she walks on, loves her to the stars and back and would do anything within their power for her.

“It’s all right.” His knuckles brushed my cheek, then his fingers stroked my hair, setting it right, like he needed everything to be in it’s place.
Nothing was 
all right. I was so tired of the pain, the endless battle.
His lips brushed my forehead. “He took what he thought was most precious to me…” Talen’s warm fingers captured my chin, his gaze fierce. “He was wrong.”



“Where’s your star, Kellee?”
“Right here, in my arms.”
The words broke me open, exposing everything I was and had been.

I mean, talk about *swoon*. But then we had the reminders that all these men were immortal whilst Kesh, with a piece of the Pole Star inside her, was very much mortal. A fact that came very close to breaking those men on more than one occasion.

These impossible males would not be mine forever, but while I had them captured in my mortal hands, I’d love them wholly and completely. No matter what happened after, we would have lived and loved. It would be enough. It had to be enough.

I rarely felt the passage of time so keenly as when I was with her. Everything in me ached to pull her back, to capture her light and savor it before she burned out.

Thankfully there were some wonderful moments of banter and humour to lift the spirits. These usually involved Sota and Kellee, though it wasn’t exclusively their gig. And they just served to make the poignant moments even more touching.

“You’re going to need a bodyguard who can kick fae and human ass with style and without prejudice.”
“That role’s taken, Sparky.” Kellee stretched his claws.
“With 
style, vakaru. You look like someone’s rabid hound.”

His gun ports smoked. His tek eye glowed, but his mouth wore a modest smile. 
“He was about to launch into a villainous monologue and ain’t nobody got time for that.”

SOTA, Her Dark Legion

Now whilst I’ve fallen in love with all the main characters, even going so far as to have a soft spot for the much misunderstood (IMO) Eledan, my favourite has always been Marshall Kellee. It’s just something about his wild west lawman ways and his dark good looks.

“Oh really?” he drawled in that smooth voice he liked to unleash on unsuspecting females.

KELLEE, Her Dark Legion

Yep, that’s the guy I’m talking about. The one who only needs to quirk an eyebrow to have the panties of all females in a 20 mile radius melting. Not just the females either! We really got to see all the true depths and many facets of Kellee in Her Dark Legion.

For the first time since I’d met him, his expression was open and raw, letting me see everything on his face. 
Marshall Kellee was afraid.
For Me.

The weight behind the blow was enough to topple him. His head struck the banister on the way down, knocking him out cold. Now we had ourselves cargo that didn’t argue.
“That was unnecessary,” Talen remarked.
“Probably,” I cracked my knuckles. “But it felt real good.”

Throughout all the trials and tribulations, intrigue, schemes and manipulations, Kesh continued to battle her way towards the final showdown. Weighed down with the expectations of Fairie herself, the hopes of the saru, the fears of her males, Kesh fought with everything she had. Gave everything she had, prepared to sacrifice everything for those she loved.

Wrapping him in my arms, I held him close and listened to the beat of his immortal fae-heart, to the rhythm of his breathing, committing his soft hardness to memory. Maybe he’s listen to my heart, and hear my breathing, and he’s remember me. Perhaps, in his memories, I could live forever.

Events had led us right here, either by fate or by Eledan. Harlow’s fall, Arcon’s rise, the Game of Lies, Hapters’s dark fae, and Valand’s dead… Whatever the source, there was no escaping what would come next.

I’ve used far too many quotes and I just don’t care. I could have chosen a hundred more. There are just so many lines that punched me in the gut and tore my insides apart. These are ones that I just couldn’t leave out.

I told myself I wouldn’t cry. 
And I’d failed within seconds.
This was what he’d wanted. He’d chosen this. I would respect that. I didn’t own him. I didn’t own any of them. They’d always been free to follow me, but Talen …. I’d loved his honest, gentle heart and kind words.
He’d encouraged me when I was low. He’d loved me when I thought I wasn’t worthy. He’d never hurt me and never would. Talen was a better person than any of us.

His arm looped around my back and pulled me in so there was nothing between us. His warmth enveloped me. There was no safer place in all four realms.



I was so many things to so many people, and this war needed me to be those things to end it. You must survive yourself to unlock your truth.

And to finish, a quote that sums up the current state of my heart.

I almost couldn’t speak, and when I did, the words were just a whisper.
“It felt like goodbye.”

AMAZON US / AMAZON UK / GOODREADS


“I’ve come too far to surrender now…” 

Eledan’s nightmare has been unleashed upon the worlds and with Oberon gone, only the messenger crew stand in its way. 

Kellee, Talen, Sirius, Sota, and Kesh. Together, they are stronger, but there are forces on Faerie who do not want the worlds saved, forces that would see the Messenger and her crew torn apart.

Queen to Faerie’s new king, Messenger and more to the saru, lover to some and a weapon to others, but who is Kesh Lasota really? A guiding light or an unwitting puppet?

Answers are coming. 

The time for lies has passed. 

And Kesh will soon learn some battles can’t be won alone. 

The mind-blowing Messenger Chronicles comes to its explosive conclusion in Her Dark Legion. Pre-order now at the special reduced price.


Series Reading Order:
Shoot the Messenger, #1
Game of Lies, #2 
The Nightshade’s Touch, #3
Prince of Dreams, #4
Her Dark Legion, #5

Book Review · Romantic Suspense

BLACK SWAN (The Kingmaker Saga #3) by London Miller

FIVE+ STARS – ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐


I adore Karina, I’m slowly forgiving Uilleam (though he still has a long way to go yet) and I am desperate for this pair to find everlasting happiness.


I have to wonder way, way back in the past, when Ms Miller wrote Red, the first book in the Den of Mercenaries series, if she had this entire story arc in mind. The imagination, planning and the painstaking recording of details needed to make this series work, to have it blend so seamlessly with the Den series of books, leaves me in absolute awe. Her talent for story telling is second to none. 


This book, THIS. BOOK. It held me spellbound. It broke my heart. It shredded my soul. It made me ache and despair for the two lost and wounded individuals within its pages. At times it had me on the very edge of my seat, the tension so very palpable that my heart was racing, my hands were clenched tight and I couldn’t read quickly enough. Other times I gazed on in wonder at the sheer audacity of the plans and schemes. Mesmerised with how the intrigue was like a tightly ravelled ball of string wound just perfectly, so that the slightest tug on a loose end saw it unravel before my very eyes.


The fact that I’ve already witnessed so much of this story through the eyes of other characters didn’t matter a jot. Every line brought something new. Each paragraph held meaning, gave context and revealed secrets that I hadn’t even known existed before that moment. I actually had to put this book aside a couple of times just to let my brain process everything I had read. I had to give myself time to recover from the depth of emotion this stirred within me. Allow myself space to soak in the sheer brilliance of the story. I also needed to try and eek the story out for as long as possible because I just knew I’d go into a massive book hangover upon completing this. 


In the aforementioned DoM series, I really didn’t care for Karina. In the first two books of The Kingmaker Saga we see the woman she was before betrayal, pain and misery shaped her into Belladonna. That this agony befell her, ultimately, at the hands of the man whom she loved with all her heart provided me with a very different perspective of the character. Karina is a woman who only ever saw the good in others, a woman who cares too much and too deeply for her own good, especially when it comes to Uilleam Runeheart.


Whilst not an easy man to always like, mainly due to his arrogance and high handed manner, Uilleam did win me over both in the Den books as well as the first book of the Kingmaker saga. However much he loved Karina, despite how the situation broke his heart, there was never anyone more to blame for events than himself. Yet despite this, despite knowing he is selfish, despite knowing he is manipulative and despite knowing he doesn’t always care enough about the innocents caught up in his schemes, he is slowly worming his way back into my heart.


I simply can’t begin to guess how this story will proceed. I do know that it is a series that you will happily read again and again, each time noticing another little facet, hint or clue that you missed on previous reads. If you love romantic suspense, if you love a well written story, if you enjoy books that involve your mind, heart and soul then this is for you. It needs to be read after the first two books, White Rabbit: The Rise and White Rabbit: The Fall. You might possibly also want to read the Den of Mercenaries books, which this series overlaps with, it isn’t strictly necessary but they are also incredibly well written stories too.

Bravo London Miller!

AMAZON US / AMAZON UK / GOODREADS


BLURB

In the blink of an eye, Karina Ashworth lost everything.

But in the pits of her despair, she finds a new purpose—a reason to keep living.

Uilleam Runehart might have shown her how ruthless he could be, but she’s no longer the girl he once knew.

No longer innocent and blind to the cruelties of the world, she’s now a woman fueled by vengeance and fury. And by the time she finishes with him, an empire will fall.

His actions have consequences, and she would be his reckoning.

From Romantic Suspense Author, London Miller, comes the third installment in the Kingmaker Saga following a woman with nothing to lose and the man who will never see her coming.

🖤 Book One: http://geni.us/WRTheRise
🖤 Book Two: http://geni.us/WRTheFall
🖤 Book Three: http://geni.us/BlackSwanAmzn

Book Review · Romantic Suspense

SCARLET MARK by Lexi C. Foss

5 Stars is simply not enough!

Wowsers, this might not be the darkest or grittiest of the series but it is by far and away the most compelling and believable love story of the bunch.


Lexi C. Foss is a fairly “new-to-me” author. I read the beginning of an as yet unpublished romantic suspense in an anthology, which I really enjoyed. However you still have those ‘Was it a fluke?’, ‘Will I enjoy this?’, ‘What if I hate it?’ questions running through your head. No it wasn’t a fluke, yes I DID enjoy it and thankfully the last one wasn’t even a possibility.


Whilst Scarlet Mark contains some dark themes, it isn’t a particularly dark read per se. However that ISN’T a criticism. This story didn’t need to be dark, in fact I’m pretty certain it would have spoilt what is an absolutely fantastic romantic suspense. Not just that but it is one heck of an emotion filled love story too. 

Whilst I have enjoyed the Cavalieri Della Morte series, not many of the books have totally convinced me of the MC’s love for each other. Not only did I believe in the love between Amara and Killian, I felt it. The emotion in this book is so convincing you could almost touch it. My heart raced when we were in danger, my stomach clenched and blood ran cold when we relived the most dreadful of memories, my pulse pounded as the lust flowed through our bloodstream and I fell in love with Amara and Killian as they fell in love with one another.

For me the main reason this book didn’t feel to dark AND the reason I loved it so much was Killian. He is a man who lives on the edge of right and wrong, but he was a man with morals, a man with a good heart and a man who would raze the world to it’s foundation for the woman he loved. He was alpha, he was edgy, he was dominant and dark but most importantly he was respectful and thoughtful.

Amara was just as wonderful, complex and rounded a character as Killian. I loved that she didn’t morph overnight into some bad ass killing machine. The scene in the playroom at the masquerade ball, oh my word that scene broke a part of me.  That scene, that vulnerability, that damage, hurt and terror, it was perfect in its honesty. It was real and it wasn’t the only time this book shook my emotions and made me feel.

I’m almost tearing my hair out in frustration at my inability to produce a review that does this book justice. Once started, this was a book that I just wanted to keep reading, not just to the end but forever. Not once, not one single time, did I want to set it aside or skip parts. There was too much happening, the writing was too engaging, the plot too fascinating and the characters too compelling to do anything other than read. EVERY. SINGLE. WORD.

If you only chose to read one book from the series, make it this one. If you love romantic suspense read this book. If you like books with dark themes read it. Read it if you just enjoy a bloody good love story with well written and believable characters. In fact if you enjoy romance books of any genre or trope READ THIS, you won’t regret it.

Wowsers, this might not be the darkest or grittiest of the series but it is by far and away the most compelling and believable love story of the bunch.


Lexi C. Foss is a fairly “new-to-me” author. I read the beginning of an as yet unpublished romantic suspense in an anthology, which I really enjoyed. However you still have those ‘Was it a fluke?’, ‘Will I enjoy this?’, ‘What if I hate it?’ questions running through your head. No it wasn’t a fluke, yes I DID enjoy it and thankfully the last one wasn’t even a possibility.


Whilst Scarlet Mark contains some dark themes, it isn’t a particularly dark read per se. However that ISN’T a criticism. This story didn’t need to be dark, in fact I’m pretty certain it would have spoilt what is an absolutely fantastic romantic suspense. Not just that but it is one heck of an emotion filled love story too. 

Whilst I have enjoyed the Cavalieri Della Morte series, not many of the books have totally convinced me of the MC’s love for each other. Not only did I believe in the love between Amara and Killian, I felt it. The emotion in this book is so convincing you could almost touch it. My heart raced when we were in danger, my stomach clenched and blood ran cold when we relived the most dreadful of memories, my pulse pounded as the lust flowed through our bloodstream and I fell in love with Amara and Killian as they fell in love with one another.

For me the main reason this book didn’t feel to dark AND the reason I loved it so much was Killian. He is a man who lives on the edge of right and wrong, but he was a man with morals, a man with a good heart and a man who would raze the world to it’s foundation for the woman he loved. He was alpha, he was edgy, he was dominant and dark but most importantly he was respectful and thoughtful.

Amara was just as wonderful, complex and rounded a character as Killian. I loved that she didn’t morph overnight into some bad ass killing machine. The scene in the playroom at the masquerade ball, oh my word that scene broke a part of me.  That scene, that vulnerability, that damage, hurt and terror, it was perfect in its honesty. It was real and it wasn’t the only time this book shook my emotions and made me feel.

I’m almost tearing my hair out in frustration at my inability to produce a review that does this book justice. Once started, this was a book that I just wanted to keep reading, not just to the end but forever. Not once, not one single time, did I want to set it aside or skip parts. There was too much happening, the writing was too engaging, the plot too fascinating and the characters too compelling to do anything other than read. EVERY. SINGLE. WORD.

If you only chose to read one book from the series, make it this one. If you love romantic suspense read this book. If you like books with dark themes read it. Read it if you just enjoy a bloody good love story with well written and believable characters. In fact if you enjoy romance books of any genre or trope READ THIS, you won’t regret it.

Scarlet Mark (Cavalieri Della Morte) by Lexi C. Foss

A Romantic Suspense
Release Date: May 23, 2019

TBR Link: http://bit.ly/ScarletMarkTBR


Blurb:
Deceit requires punishment.

But what happens when the mark is innocent?

Killian “Dagger” Bedivere
My latest assignment has evolved into a game of deciphering whom to trust—the renowned politician who hired the Cavalieri Della Morte, or the runaway bride?
She’s gorgeous, conniving, and everything I crave in a woman.
She’s also my target.

Rule number one: Never fall for the mark.
Rule number two: Fuck rule number one.

Amara “Scarlet” Rose
I never wanted this world, but the decision wasn’t mine to make. I always belonged to him. Now there’s a new player on the board—one hell-bent on destroying all my plans.
He’s lethal, handsome, and everything I should fear.

Rule number one: Don’t trust anyone.
Rule number two: Do everything you can to survive, even if it means breaking rule number one.
And rule number three: When in doubt, kill.


*This novel is a stand-alone romantic suspense featuring an assassin from the Cavalieri Della Morte world.

Buy Links: Kindle Unlimited
Universal Buy Link: http://lexicfoss.com/scarletmark/
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Author Bio
USA Today Bestselling Author Lexi C. Foss is a writer lost in the IT world.  She lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and their furry children.  When not writing, she’s busy crossing items off her travel bucket list. Many of the places she’s visited can be seen in her writing, including the mythical world of Hydria which is based on Hydra in the Greek islands.  She’s quirky, consumes way too much coffee, and loves to swim.


Social Media Links
Website: http://www.lexicfoss.com
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