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Silver Mayor by L.B. Dunbar is coming June 4!
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Charlie Harrington is a respectable man. Mayor to his small, mountain town. Successful attorney. Dotting single father. After one mishap in the past, he avoids scandal. Making everyone happy is his goal. He’s nothing but content...and a bit boring. Then one morning, he finds a beautiful woman in his bedroom, and his world turns upside down. His good guy side suddenly wants to be a little bad.
Janessa Cruz has been both a have and a have-not. Ex-wife to someone famous, she’s now a single mother in hiding. She just wants to go unnoticed. Quietly starting over in her forties is the plan. Only she isn’t certain what she wants. When a misunderstanding brings her face-to-face with the sexy town mayor, she can’t seem to avoid him, and being a little reckless never felt so right.
Another Harrington brother bites the dust, and he’s looking forward to getting all kinds of dirty.
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May 27, 2020
May 26, 2020
Today we have the release day blitz for Flatline by Linda Bond! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today!!
Author: Linda Bond
Genre: Romantic Suspense
About Flatline:People are dying in Dr. Joshua Salvador’s ER. His medical assistant, only weeks from delivering her baby, hangs on to life by a thread. The symptoms seem horrifyingly familiar, and he begins to suspect the deaths are targeted at him. But, before he can figure things out, top TV investigator Rachel Wright is standing in the middle of his ER, convinced an outbreak, an epidemic, or even a botched flu vaccine could be the cause, and she’s going to tell the world.
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Exclusive Excerpt:“We should go to the bedroom.” His eyelids were heavy, his eyes intense with desire. “Your mom.” He sounded winded. “Elizabeth.” Like he was having trouble breathing, too. “Both asleep.” All Rachel could think about was how long she’d fantasized about this very moment. The reconnection. She wanted it fast and furious. “I’ve waited five years. I’m not waiting a second more.” She reached for his shirt, to pull him closer. His hand shot out. Stopping her. Her heart skidded. “What?” “At least let me…” He sprinted to the wall near the hallway. “Turn off lights.” He flipped the switch. The room went dark. The hair on her arms rose. “We’ll just be quiet.” Suddenly, he was on her again, arms around her waist, pulling her up, lifting her into him. Onto him. If only she didn’t have the damn yoga pants on. He took a step back. Wobbled. She threw out her hands, looking for something to steady herself. Her right hand knocked her wine glass, sending it sliding across the marble island, dropping to the tile floor with a loud crash. They froze. She wrapped her legs around his body, wrapped her arms around his neck, buried her face in that warm space where his neck and shoulders met and held her breath. No lights flipped on. No one was coming. That’s when she heard it. The sound of his desire. Blood pumping through the artery in his neck, pulsing with intensity. Then, she felt it. His heart thumping in his chest like a boxer’s fist. Her own flapping against her rib cage in time with his. She couldn’t breathe in this loud silence. Couldn’t see in this blinding darkness. But she could speak. “Oh God, don’t stop.” This time, her mouth found his, and she kissed him, urging him on. He carried her across the room, stumbling as his foot hit a piece of furniture, spinning. He hit a wall. He broke the kiss. “Your bedroom would be safer.” “I don’t want safe.” Her arms went up. “You never did.” He set her down.
Flatline was my first book from Linda Bond and I am now catching up on the rest of the series. I was caught up in the story right from the beginning. Flatline was a smooth but steady read with a good mix of elements to keep me engaged to the end and wanting to find out all the answers. Flatline is definitely one book to keep poolside or in your beach/lake bag!
My rating 3.5 hearts