True Lies #3
On Sale: March 7, 2016
Featuring: Trista Patterson; Dane O’Brien
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She's this assassin's toughest assignment ever...
Socialite Trista Patterson has turned her back on her life
of privilege and dedicated herself to helping others. Her
mission to protect the world’s children often takes her into
the bleak and violent underbelly of third world countries.
When a kidnapping attempt goes wrong, Trista quickly finds
herself running for her life...and married to a man she just
met...as she’s placed at the top of the Cartel’s most wanted
Some days no good deed goes unpunished.
Dane O’Brien has spent his life in the shadows. Once a
lethal assassin he grew tired of losing his soul with every
hit, trading his gun and missions for a conference table and
office politics as an undercover operative for the CIA. But
when visiting his humanitarian sister turns deadly, Dane
finds himself swearing to protect her beautiful and
passionate friend Trista no matter the cost...even if it
means stepping back into the world he swore never to return
to. Although falling for the tough-hearted Trista is easy,
keeping her alive is hard.
7 comments posted.
Re: True Peril
Boy! That was beyond a bad day! I'm so sorry!
I do love how you salvaged it with the saying and I'm going to incorporate it into my life.
(Kathleen Bylsma 1:03pm March 7, 2016)
Now this will keep you on the edge of your seat!
(Kathleen Bylsma 3:39pm March 11, 2016)
This sounds really good thanks for the review.
(Pen Wilfort 2:32pm April 5, 2016)
Someone tried to mug me and in the shock of the moment, I
behaved indignantly instead of handing over money. Still
don't know what was wrong with me. In the end the mugger
decided I was too much trouble to bother with and left.
(G. Bisbjerg 12:36pm April 15, 2016)
I have been surprised a few times in my life... seeing that I was able to function in crazy moments... then breakdown after...
(Colleen Conklin 12:55pm April 15, 2016)
I am sure that I have but for some reason none come to mind
at the moment.
(April Kirkland 3:39pm April 16, 2016)
I once ran after some Teenage Would be burglers - it was
by chance that my hubbys crowbar was in the laundery... I
ran after them screaming like a banshee with it, that I
was going to whoop their Arses for being such lowlives
and that their parents were going to have a surprise when
I dumped their sorry arses on their doorsteps! They ran
like the clappers into the dark, I was so mad. I kept my
kids away from the door they had touched but the cops
weren't interested (and we wonder why crime escalates!)
and said they could arrest me for brandishing a weapon in
the street... needless to say its a good job they got
away but I was mad that the cops had their priorities
wrong. 3 mths later they broke into the lady across the
street... when the cops came asking if I saw anything, I
told the cops that maybe they should have acted last time
and to stop wasting my time - I found out they had
turned into quite a little crime spree ring of 15yr olds.
I often think if I had caught them maybe they would have
had a consequence that may have stopped them thinking
larceny was an easy pastime.
(Kat Smith 8:16pm April 18, 2016)
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