Tuesday 29 May 2018

**Blog Tour** Guilded Secrets by B. C Morin

Book: Guilded Secrets

Author: B.C. Morin

Genre: Adult Contemporary Suspense




Deals are made. Secrets are revealed. And nothing is ever as it seems.
Arianna Westbrooke has accidentally stumbled onto something she only thought to be real in the books she reads and edits. Forced into an assassin’s guild she discovered, she must learn new skills, stealth and above all, that attachments are a luxury she can no longer afford.

Marcus Valentine, the biggest and hottest customer for the guild’s front business has a motto. “No attachments, no distractions.” But distraction is just what this young development mogul gets when he sees the young, shy editor.

Arianna must keep her new career a secret or risk endangering the lives of her loved ones. So when Marcus Valentine comes calling Arianna does everything in her power to stay away. Well, everything except successfully staying away from him.

Marcus and Arianna can’t deny their attraction, despite the glaring holes in the information she shares. But when Marcus is yanked into her world and his life is in danger, will Arianna risk her identity to save him? And at what cost?

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Tara's 5***** Review

This book was unlike anything I have read! From the storyline to the characters, Guilded Secrets had my pulse racing!

“For a moment I sit there shocked about all the personal information she just spit at me. That this woman whom I don’t know has recited things to me she shouldn’t know.”

When Arianna (Ari) finds herself invited to a prestigious ball, she can’t help but wonder why. Upon stumbling onto something no one is supposed to see, she is expected to pay for her mistake by giving up the life she knows. One thing in her life that she is not ready to let go of is Marcus. Rich and arrogant, Marcus always gets what he wants. When Arianna enters the picture, he realizes he will stop at nothing to have her. But her secrets, along with his past makes this new relationship both enticing and deadly.

“I can turn to no one. Though there is one small, very small part of me that thinks this is as cool as the books I read, the rest of me is too busy dying from my previous life to notice.”

LOVE THIS BOOK!! I literally could not put it down! Ari is a well written MC. So strong, independent and smart. B. C. really makes her shine in Guilded Secrets. By the end of the book, Ari will have you cheering! As for Marcus, well...he’s a whole lot of hotness, with an incredible soft side to him. (Swoon). Mel, Josette, Sergei and Bailey round out a great supporting cast for Guilded Secrets! This book is a def must read!!!

“The entire thing seems so surreal to me. One moment, I feel like I am going to have a panic attack and the next moment, I feel like it’s no big deal. I need to settle on one emotion before I lose my mind.”

Author Bio 

Originally from Miami, Florida, award winning author B.C. Morin now lives in Jacksonville, Florida with her husband, two children and American Bullhuahua, Max.

When she's not writing her next paranormal romance, adult contemporary, or epic fantasy, she enjoys, spending time with her husband and kids, drinking wine and coffee (not together, ew), pinning things she may not make on pinterest, making clay creations, and not writing her bio in the third person.

Learn more about B.C. and her books on Instagram (bcmorinauthor), her facebook author page, or Twitter (@BC_Morin).

She loves to hear from readers, so write a message, leave a comment or ask a question! 


**Blog Tour** A Necessary Deception by Lucy Farago

Book: A Necessary Deception

Author: Lucy Farago

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Part of a series but can be read standalone



The agents of the renowned Investigative Collection Unit have to be the biggest, baddest, and brightest to take on missions no one else would dare. It doesn’t hurt that they’re also the sexiest. But in a shadowy world where reality means living on the razor’s edge of deception, few survive with their hearts intact . . .  

ICU intel expert Monty Buchannan’s idea of fun is creating software—not roughing it in a cabin off the grid in Alaska. But his team forced him to unplug when his intense need to be in control put a mission at risk. Being alone isn’t a problem; most people make him uncomfortable. But there’s something about the woman he finds floundering in a frozen stream that warms his ice-cold heart . . .

Taylor Moore was once a spoiled socialite famous for her tabloid-worthy exploits, until she broke out from under wealthy father’s thumb. Now she’s the self-made CEO of an online matchmaking service—and on the run from Russian mobsters who’ve hijacked her website. But when she’s suddenly plucked from a river by a half-naked mountain man, trust will become a matter of survival. And desire just might break down the defenses that have kept them both playing it far too safe for far too long . . .

Meet the Author

Lucy Farago is an award winning, romantic suspense author whose sixth book, A Necessary Deception, released this May. A native Canadian, she began her writing journey twelve years ago when she joined the Romance Writers of America. Although she reads all genres, she prefers turning that final page with a smile on her face. She strives to give her readers the same satisfaction.

Tara's 4***** Review

Some people need helping love, but love can happen when you least expect it. 

“What would it be like to have someone care that much about him? To mean that much to a woman? To have her mean that much to him and know she wouldn’t skip out?”

Helping people find love for a living, is something that Taylor cherishes. But when she comes upon a group of dangerous men, Taylor needs to fight for her life. Fast forward to Alaska, the last place Taylor thought she’d be. Monty didn’t think he’d be in Alaska either, put there by his so called friends. Alone, without the life he’s used to, Monty stumbles upon Taylor, and decides he has to help her. Will these two succumb to their desires, or will Taylor’s secrets and Monty’s past keep them running?

“Paranoia was unbecoming. But trusting the wrong person could be deadly. Had she done that?”

The MC’s for A Necessary Deception are very well written. Both are strong and independent, which is a great addition to an action packed story. Lucy did such a good job showing the fear that Taylor is experiences and the endless tests of survival that Taylor and Monty are faced with. The setting Lucy sets up for us is one straight out of a movie, and the suspense will keep you reading! Although the ending felt a bit rushed, A Necessary Deception is like no other book!

“She got herself in, she could get herself out. She wasn’t trapped. But her fear was of a different kind now, one far more dangerous than anything her mind could force itself on her.”


“Admit it, you were scared when you first saw me, but when you woke up, I was wearing the glasses. Your opinion changed. You thought I was smart. Most people trust someone they perceive as intelligent…and
relatively harmless.”

“You mean nerdy. You wear glasses so people think you’re smart. Why
is it you have to convince anyone of that?”

“I’ll admit I’m not a patient person. I don’t want to have to continually convince people I know what I’m doing. I…I did a lot of…convincing…when I was a kid. I won’t do it again. You asked who I was earlier. I’m a
computer expert.”

Okay. “But not a normal techy.” Normal techies didn’t have underground hidey-holes. “So, what is it? Information officer for the military. Hacker for the CIA. What?” She’d feel a lot better if she knew he’d gone through some security clearance.
 “You watch too much TV.”
“I don’t watch any television. Except for The Bachelor, and that’s purely
for business.” 

That was her story and she was sticking to it. “And who else but the government would fund a place like this?”

He sighed like a man not used to people questioning him. “I work for an agency that specializes in search and recover. Every team member has a role. I’m the computer guy. Mostly, our job is to find…things.”
“Judging from the hardware out there, I’d say they don’t hire you to find their missing pet.” Of that she was certain.
“And isn’t it the police’s job to find…things?”
“Sometimes,” he said.
“You with the police?” How much could she trust him?
“You’re asking too many questions.”
“Put yourself in my shoes.”

He got up and went into the kitchen. “How about some food? All you had was soup, and I haven’t eaten since this morning.”

Why didn’t he want to answer her? “Avoiding my questions when you’re
stuck with me for who knows how long isn’t going to work.”
“I’m not avoiding. I’m hungry.” He opened a cupboard and pulled out
a large can. “Chili? It says right on the can, fit for kings.”
“Sure,” she said, more to stay agreeable than actually looking forward to canned chili. She joined him. “You don’t work with the police. Do you work against them?” Although even to herself that sounded like a stupid question, because if he did—if what they did was illegal—he wouldn’t tell her.