On Sale: January 20, 2015
Featuring: Logan Greer; Isabella Cortez
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Mystery | Thriller | Romance Suspense
The case that's haunted one FBI profiler for years may
finally met its match in a sexyâ€”and dedicatedâ€”detective-
When FBI profiler Isabella Cortez finds a stranger
her office, she's in trouble. Because even though
Logan Greer is one of the good guys, their instant
attraction is a serious distraction. Ella's got one
to find the criminal who hurt her friend and drove her to
become a profiler. But Logan's appeal isn't just
He has a case that bears an eerie resemblance to the
Ella's been trying to solve for years. Together, they're
racing to stop a killer, but the closer they get, the
dangerous the search becomes. Falling in love could be
deadly-or it could be the only way to survive.
23 comments posted.
Re: Disarming Detective
Love cowboys , Royal princess and prince.
(Emily Stemp 12:48pm February 23, 2015)
All definitely good romance novel characters, Emily! :)
(Elizabeth Heiter 3:36pm February 23, 2015)
My favorite heroine is strong yet sensitive at the same time. I
think it's easy to let your heroine (especially uniformed)
develop manly characteristics that detract from their womanly
virtues. I still like my females to need their heroes in order
to have a HEA. :)
(Jacquie Biggar 7:12pm February 23, 2015)
I love your analysis, Jacquie! I think every character
needs some vulnerabilities to make readers relate!
(Elizabeth Heiter 7:32pm February 23, 2015)
I like a heroine who is nice and likeable, not necessarily strong, although we all have to be a little strong to get through life, don't we?
(Michelle Fidler 7:50pm February 23, 2015)
My fav kind of heroine... someone that can bring their personalities to life in their story... ones that gets my emotions involved!
(Colleen Conklin 8:02pm February 23, 2015)
Hi Michelle! Nice, friendly heroines are definitely easier
to relate to and identify with!
Colleen, I love heroines with strong personalities, too! :)
(Elizabeth Heiter 9:15pm February 23, 2015)
I like a heroine that is true to her principles and is a role model. I want to know some of her inner secrets or what makes her tick by the end of the book.
(Joanne Hicks 11:35pm February 23, 2015)
I like a heroine who is passionate, resourceful, complex, self-assured, and independent.
(Bonnie H 10:48am February 24, 2015)
My favorite type of Heroine is one who is self-sufficient,
but knows when to be a Lady. By that I mean that she lets
her guard down, and can be soft and gentle - romantic to put
it in one word, I suppose. She's self-sufficient, meaning
that she can handle herself, in day-to-day life, in an
emergency, in any way, because most Women nowadays have
learned how to survive on their own. Your book sounds like
it's going to be a real page-turner, and those are the books
that I really enjoy reading!! Congratulations on your
latest book, and I'll be looking forward to reading it!! I
put it on my TBR list, for my Spring reading!!
(Peggy Roberson 10:51am February 24, 2015)
Looking forward to getting the book! Love a good mystery and now I am hooked... what happens next?
(Myra Miller 11:29am February 24, 2015)
Joanne - I'm really with you on that. I try to write
heroines like that!
And Bonnie, can't argue with those attributes!
Peggy, thank you so much! I hope you enjoy the book, and
I love your list of attributes!
Myra, I'm so happy you're hooked! I hope you enjoy the
book! (There are excerpts over at my website - and on the
Fresh Fiction site!)
(Elizabeth Heiter 2:18pm February 24, 2015)
Thanks very much, L Lam! And thank you for stopping by my
guest blog! :)
(Elizabeth Heiter 4:35pm February 24, 2015)
love to read your book
(Emily Stemp 7:38pm February 24, 2015)
I love her priorities. Very similar to mine!
(Denise Austin 11:40am February 25, 2015)
Thanks so much, Emily, Elaine and Denise!! :)
(Elizabeth Heiter 11:52am February 25, 2015)
I knew a LADY who seemed so very nice, yet I noticed no one ever tried to take advantage of her. She had a strength of character and we all knew where the line was drawn. I like characters with that type of strength.
(Anna Speed 12:32pm February 25, 2015)
I love that, Anna! And I definitely agree - you don't have
to be mean or hard to be strong! :)
(Elizabeth Heiter 1:03pm February 25, 2015)
I like a strong, independent heroine who has insecurities
(so I can relate)but doesn't let them hold her back. One
who makes mistakes but who doesn't let those mistakes stop
her from reaching her goals.
(Michelle Tweedy 4:19pm February 25, 2015)
Those are definitely the kind of heroines I like to write
(and read) myself, Michelle!
(Elizabeth Heiter 5:02pm February 25, 2015)
I like someone that knows what she wants and goes after it . Always being strong and polite to all you meet even when something or someone gets in your way. Learn by your mistakes and keep going . Thanks for giving us all a chance to win your book .
(Joan Thrasher 6:39pm February 25, 2015)
4-Don't let anyone push you around is the best attribute of a heroine.
(Richard Burr 7:43pm February 25, 2015)
You're so welcome, Joan! Thanks for stopping by and sharing
your heroine characteristics! I love them!
And thank you, Richard! :)
(Elizabeth Heiter 9:18pm February 25, 2015)
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