January 19th, 2018
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Someone in London is cooking up murder …

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How much would you risk to turn your life around?

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RT TOP PICK! What if your prime suspects in a hefty art theft are two men you simply can't resist?

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In Nashville the music is louder, the dreams are bigger, and love can bring a cowboy to his knees.

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A broken promise, a terrifying legacy

Perfect Gravity
Vivien Jackson

Tether #2
Sourcebooks Casablanca
November 2017
On Sale: November 7, 2017
Featuring: Angela Neko; Kellen Hockley
384 pages
ISBN: 1492648191
EAN: 9781492648192
Kindle: B01MTEKO4H
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Science Fiction | Romance Suspense

Second in a snarky, sexy sci-fi romance series with the perfect balance of humor, heart, and heat. When someone tries to kill powerful continental senator Angela Neko, Texan outlaw and old flame Kellen Hockley is the only man who can keep her safe...and help her save the world.

Kellen Hockley usually keeps quiet about his past, but once upon a time he loved a girl named Angela. He hasn't seen her in a decade, but now he has to break the news to her that his team of rogue treasure hunters accidentally killed her husband. He's had better days...

It's not the news that's delivered to Angela Neko that breaks her apart—it's the rumbly, Texas drawl delivering it. She can't believe she's hearing Kellen's voice again. But there's no time for distractions. When Angela's own life is threatened, yielding up all of her lies and secrets, she and Kellen must figure out how to reverse the geopolitical firestorm she lit to save the world, to save Kellen's cat...and just maybe to save each other.



6 comments posted.

Re: Perfect Gravity

To celebrate Fall, I go on quiet walks around my
(Cecilia Rodriguez 12:05pm November 16)

How do I celebrate fall? I drink flavored coffees and look out the window
contemplating the changing of the seasons!
John Smith 9:02pm November 16)

Run through my pile of freshly raked leaves.
G. Bisbjerg 10:09am November 17)

Fall is the time of year when the best tasting apples
come out, so I like to bake -- health permitting!! This
year I came across a recipe for apple cookies, and other
similar recipes which are a bit less time-consuming, so
I'm hoping to give them a try. It's also time to work on
my knitting, and do my charity work for the Holidays, as
well as a gift or two for Special Friends for Christmas
if time allows. My Christmas Cards also have to start
being written, since I have quite a few. So time has to
be blocked accordingly. Fall tends to get busy, until
chores get completed. Can't beat the scenery!!
Peggy Roberson 8:38am November 20)

Baking! Temps drop, time to warm the house on those
chilly days! This year is the first time I won't be
making a turkey and it's causing some consternation.
We've always hustled to get the house cleaned for
company, spread out the Black Friday ads and prep for
Xmas. I've been ill and another family member has taken
turkey duty. Doesn't feel the same!
Marcia Berbeza 5:19pm November 20)

The weather is invigorating so I find excuses to walk around outdoors or do gardening chores. I envy those who live further northward and have colorful leaves on trees, but we have our own beauty in the southern part of our country.
Anna Speed 1:15pm November 21)

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