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Neighborly Secrets. Deadly Desires.

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A summer of friendship, forgiveness, and fresh starts.

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Can a desire for revenge lead to redemption? Free!

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Wedding season includes searching for a missing bride�and a killer . . .

Sweet Revenge by Zoe Archer


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Also by Zoe Archer:

Wicked Temptation, June 2014
Paperback / e-Book
Dangerous Seduction, December 2013
Paperback / e-Book
Winter's Heat, October 2013
Skies of Gold, August 2013
Paperback / e-Book
Sweet Revenge, June 2013
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
Sinner's Heart, April 2013
Paperback / e-Book
Skies of Steel, October 2012
Lady X's Cowboy, September 2012
Demon's Bride, May 2012
Paperback / e-Book
Skies Of Fire, April 2012
Devil?s Kiss, December 2011
Paperback / e-Book
Collision Course, April 2011
Stranger, December 2010
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
Rebel, November 2010
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
Scoundrel, October 2010
Mass Market Paperback
Warrior, September 2010
Half Past Dead, January 2010
Love in a Bottle, December 2006
Lady X's Cowboy, February 2006
Paperback / e-Book

Sweet Revenge
Zoe Archer

Sweet Revenge

Nemesis Unlimited
St. Martin's Press
June 2013
On Sale: June 4, 2013
Featuring: Eva Warrick; Jack Dalton
384 pages
ISBN: 1250015596
EAN: 9781250015594
Kindle: B00AAYF8SA
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Historical

When Jack Dalton escapes from Dunmoor Prison, he has only one thing in mind—finding the nobleman who murdered his sister and making him pay. But when he reaches the inn where the Lord Rockley is rumored to be staying, three well-dressed strangers are there to meet him instead. And the pretty blonde is aiming a pistol right at his head …

Joining Nemesis, Unlimited has made Eva Warrick much more than the well-mannered lady she appears to be—one who can shoot, fight, and outsmart any man in the quest to right the injustices so often suffered by the innocent. She’s not afraid of the burly escaped convict, but she is startled by their shared attraction. She and her partners need Jack’s help to get to Rockley, but Eva finds she wants Jack for scandalous reasons all her own…

Nemesis, Unlimited


39 comments posted.

Re: Sweet Revenge

Sounds interesting and different. Congrats!!!
(Vicki Hancock 3:33pm June 3, 2013)

Your idea for a hero sounds interesting, but I've never read a historical romance unless the hero was rich. I'd like to try it once.
Carol Woodruff 4:05pm June 3, 2013)

This sounds tasty! :)
I like my heros rough around the edges. Those pasty viscounts and genteel
aristocrats don't really do it for me. Give me a bad boy any day.
Debbie Burdeen 4:23pm June 3, 2013)

Jack sounds like a wonderful hero.
Carla Carlson 5:43pm June 3, 2013)

Love books and London. Thanks
Marguerite Beal 5:55pm June 3, 2013)

I like my heroes to be rough around the edges. Makes for a better story. Can't wait to find out what happens after Jack escapes from prison.
Linda Luinstra 5:58pm June 3, 2013)

I like all sorts of heroes, rough or refined. It depends on
the story. They all must be loyal, protective and a hero to
their heroine though. This, like all your stories sounds
Lenna Hendershott 6:07pm June 3, 2013)

Sounds like a book I would love to read :)
Aimee Robison 6:12pm June 3, 2013)

Love kick butt heroines but like the tight rope of them having
a bit of vulnerability too. Love historical romance too
sounds like a read I'm going to have to check out!
LaRonda Atchison 6:12pm June 3, 2013)

A, nice hero.
Kent Cook 7:54pm June 3, 2013)

sounds like a great book i love the heroine being strong i
love teh historical romance also i love the heroes that are
strong and sexy i would love to win this
Denise Smith 8:12pm June 3, 2013)

Yes, desire can be dangerous and I like a hero that is rough
around the edges and then later on he can become polished
and refined after going through lots of adventure and trials
in his life. I like the London look and book cover on SWEET
REVENGE and would love to win and read your new book too.
Thank You very much. Cecilia CECE
Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez 8:20pm June 3, 2013)

The book sounds really great; I look forward to reading it.
Janie McGaugh 8:42pm June 3, 2013)

I like my heroes a little rough around the edges!!
Martha Lawson 8:44pm June 3, 2013)

That's an interesting question a little rough, then I think of
James Bond.
Theresa Norris 8:54pm June 3, 2013)

I like the sound of this book!
I like my hero rough around the edges.
Cheryl McEwen 9:25pm June 3, 2013)

I like polished and smooth... Like James Bond...
May Pau 9:55pm June 3, 2013)

This definitely sounds like a book that should be on my summer reading list.
Christine Schultz 10:45pm June 3, 2013)

rough around the edges
Ann Unger 11:00pm June 3, 2013)

I love my heroes to be rough around the edges. Take ky favorite hero,
Eric Northman of Charlaine Harris's Southern Vampire/Sookie
Stackhouse novel. In books 6-14, Eric is Sookie's hero and protector in
any way possible; usually by employing his bad boy ways.
I mean, who doesn't love a bad boy?
Jess Bair 11:34pm June 3, 2013)

this sounds like a great book to read and share with my friends when i'm done...thanks
Kimberly Hoefs 12:01pm June 4, 2013)

I like my heroes rough around the edges.
Kai Wong 12:31pm June 4, 2013)

Sounds edgy and not typical, count me in!
Darci Paice 12:46pm June 4, 2013)

Shelley Summers 2:15am June 4, 2013)

Can't wait to read it! Sounds great!
Hyunjin Jeon 4:07am June 4, 2013)

I like my heroes rough around the edges...I have a thing for bad boys...I like them majorly damaged but ultimately redeemable!

Sweet Revenge sounds like an amazing read!
Elizabeth Hyatt 7:24am June 4, 2013)

Jack sounds like an interesting character and look forward to reading the book....thanks!
Bonnie Capuano 8:52am June 4, 2013)

Sounds like a good book. thanks for the chance to win.
Mary Hay 9:48am June 4, 2013)

I like it when a hero is a little rough around the edges, because he always needs a woman to "polish him up a little bit." She's always there to buff out those rough edges, and make him shine, the way he deserves to be. I love the story line of your book. It sounds like a real page turner, and I'm looking forward to reading it. Anything set in London catches my eye, as well. Congratulations on your book!!
Peggy Roberson 9:56am June 4, 2013)

I like untypical heroes.
Sandy Giden 10:50am June 4, 2013)

Many types of heroes work for me, as long as the author makes them compelling and gives them room to grow. I'm looking forward to Sweet Revenge.
G S Moch 12:08pm June 4, 2013)

Jack may be the direct opposite of Lord Rockley, but he sounds like a terrific hero.
Anna Speed 12:36pm June 4, 2013)

I actually like both kinds of heroes depending on the plot.
Kim C 12:42pm June 4, 2013)

It doesn't matter to me if the hero is polished or rough. It just has to be well written. I have to be able to get into the book.
Laura Gullickson 2:58pm June 4, 2013)

Self-made men are always more interesting! With a diamond in the rough you never know what you're going to get.
Janis Milford 3:23pm June 4, 2013)

Sounds like a great book. I would love to read it - even if I'm not a lucky winner. Best of luck with it.
Nancy Reynolds 4:57pm June 4, 2013)

This sounds fantastic! I love heroes with a past. It makes
them more believable.
Karin Anderson 7:59pm June 4, 2013)

Jack sounds like he's more than just a little "rough around
the edges"! LOL. I have mixed feelings about it. I used to
always joke that I liked my men "big and stupid"--the rough
around the edges guys; but, now I have more appreciation for
the refined, gentle sorts. I like to mix it up in my reading.
Catherine Lee 9:46pm June 4, 2013)

Sounds intriguing. Why can't they be both?
Tara Smith 1:49pm June 7, 2013)

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