Monday 15 October 2018

**Blog Tour** Devious Eyes by Charlotte E Hart and Rachel De Lune

Book: Devious Eyes (A Cane Novel #2)
Authors: Charlotte E Hart and Rachel De Lune
Genre: Dark. Erotic Romance 
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"You think I’m a hooker?"
The fiercely brooding guy I met at the bar needed to check his asshole behaviour. Still, he fast turned into the distraction I needed from my life. But it wasn’t romance. Couldn’t be. Running was my MO. This time I'm hiding in paradise, hoping I can stay alive, and trying to ignore the one person I’ve never been able to — my brother.
The problem is, I didn't know who Nate Cane really was, and I didn’t know what was coming for me either.

“You try it again, and I’m done.”
That's what I said to my brother when he challenged me. I meant every damn word. This time it’s my rules. My life. My game.
Screw loyalty.
But the woman I met at that bar hid her devious eyes from me. She wasn’t who I thought, and life has a way of determining your future, no matter the odds. Gabriella Alves might have started as a calculated fling — dirty, far from innocent, and mine — but then hell came after her and invaded my world. And a Cane always protects what’s his.
Odds be damned.

Loyalty. Family. Dark. Erotic. Romance.

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Meet The Authors

Charlotte E. Hart 

Charlotte is an Dark Erotic Suspense/Romance author living in the heart of the Shropshire countryside in Great Britain. She's lived all over the UK, but finally settled in a small town that still reeks of old school England.
Writing and poetry have become a revolution for the soul, and she cherishes every second that she's sitting at the laptop tapping her way into a new character.

"Life is a torrent of differences, different needs and wants, and it doesn't always end that well. Yet we strive ..."
Charlotte E Hart

Most of Charlotte's work is bdsm based and intended for mature audiences only.

Rachel De Lune

Rachel De Lune writes emotionally driven contemporary and erotic romance.

She began scribbling her stories of dominance and submission in the pages of a notebook several years ago, and still can’t resist putting pen to real paper. What ifs are turned into heartfelt stories of love where there will always be a HEA.

Rachel lives in the South West of England and daydreams about shoes with red soles, lingerie and chocolate. If she’s not writing HEAs, she’s probably reading them. She is a wife and has a beautiful daughter.
For every woman who's ever desired more.

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Tara's 5***** Review

“From the moment I first met him, I knew this would be different. We both broke the rules and got burned, but the core of us, the centre of our relationship has only grown stronger, enduring through the pressure to become brilliant.”

Everything in Cane’s world is tainted red. From business to pleasure, death and destruction touches everything. Nate is a planner. Strategy and precision rule his life. He cannot let fate or a roll of the dice decide what path he should take. When Gabby turns up unexpected, all of Nate’s rules are thrown out the window. Gabby brings chaos and unpredictability, turning a relaxing getaway in a tropical storm. When Gabby’s life is threatened, she must knock her walls down and let Cane in, but at what cost?

“I never belonged in the world he created, though. He was too concerned with running his world to see me. He only saw the benefit or advantage I could offer him.”

Devious Eyes lives up to its title. This book isn’t your conventional love story. Rachel & Charlotte take their readers deep into the world of corruption, mayhem and death. Gabby and Nate’s characters are easy to love, both adding so much to an already intense story. Add in some characters you might remember from Innocent Eyes, and you have a page turner!

“All the disbelief, all the pain and worry from the last few weeks begin pouring out of me. How can this be happening? Where did it go wrong? All I see is more anguish and loss, not the family or security I crave.”

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