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Untrue Colors by Veronica Forand


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Also by Veronica Forand:

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Untrue Colors
Veronica Forand

True Lies #1
Entangled Suspense
March 2015
On Sale: March 10, 2015
Featuring: Henry Chilton; Alex Northrop
ISBN: 1633752062
EAN: 9781633752061
Kindle: B00TOEK5LM
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Romance Suspense

She’s on the run…

Brilliant art appraiser Alex Northrop’s ex used stolen art to fund his nefarious activities. Now he wants her dead. But it isn’t just herself she’s worried about – if he discovers who she really is, he’ll kill her family.

Professor Henry Chilton is shocked to find a beautiful stranger passed out in his bed, and even more so when the she reveals a priceless painting is a forgery – the painting he’d planned to use to fund a woman’s shelter. She’s mysterious and frightened, and he is determined to discover why.

Alex's knowledge of art is undeniable—just as Henry’s attraction to her is irresistible. But in order to help him recover the real painting, Alex isn't just risking exposure...she's risking her life.

True Lies


10 comments posted.

Re: Untrue Colors

Since I'll probably rate a lot of boos for my answer to your
question, I'll probably have to pick Ryan Reynolds. The
reason why I chose him is because he's the only person I
know out of your choices, due to the fact that I don't
really watch movies that often, and as for TV, the only
channels I have come out of Canada, and there are only 3,
which don't show the best programs. Nonetheless, that
doesn't stop me from reading, which is one of my favorite
pastimes, along with my knitting and crocheting, which I
volunteer teaching every week!! My days tend to be quite
busy, with my books, my teaching, and other outside
commitments. I'm looking forward to reading your book. The
cover is very well-done, and I'm sure the story inside will
match it for its' beauty. Congratulations!!
(Peggy Roberson 11:15am March 17, 2015)

I'm currently spending my writing time with Michael Vartan (of Alias and
Never Been Kissed fame). Out of your two choices, I'd pick Ryan Reynolds.
Not that I have anything against Jason Statham. I look forward to reading
Untrue Colors and Simon's story too!
Andi Leroy
Andi Leroy 4:40pm March 17, 2015)

I definitely love Ryan Reynolds. I found a picture of Jason Statham and decided
he'd be a perfect Simon. Later, I watched a few of his movies. He was spot on the
character right down to the English accent. His only flaw? He's a lot shorter than
Simon's 6'5".
Veronica Forand 5:58pm March 17, 2015)

I have to take issue with your TBR comment. Amazon is a wonderful outlet to purchase books on, and I have purchased my share on there. However, there are other outlets to get books on as well. When someone says that they're putting a book on a TBR list, that doesn't mean they're necessarily NOT going to read you, because you don't have a sale on Amazon. They could have purchased the book somewhere else. They also might have other books ahead of yours, which I am extremely guilty of, and don't have time to jump on every book that comes down the pike, because I DO have a life!! I also do volunteer to teach a knitting class, and have a home life. My Husband and I are Managers of the apartments where we live, and are always on call. My Father also passed away suddenly last year, and I'm STILL trying to get everything straightened out there, but he lived over 2 hours away, and it's hard for me to get back there. So when I say I would love to read your book, and have put it on my TBR list, it's not just a line. I will get to it when I can. My life is just a bit involved at the moment.
Peggy Roberson 10:41am August 12, 2015)

I completely agree.
My point was that knowing that someone has actually read my book is a pretty
cool thing. It's why I write the books. I'm thrilled to be on TBR lists. I have a lot of
books on mine because there are so many great books out there and I'll get to
them all, but the actual reading of a book and finding that magical pull into
another world (Susan Elizabeth Phillips does this for me)- that's the best!
So sorry about your father. I can't imagine the stress you've been through.
Veronica Forand 11:04am August 12, 2015)

You do a nice job of explaining the pros and cons of Amazon. There's a balance to using Amazon and you walk it well. Thanks for sharing your ideas.
Kate Forest 11:21am August 12, 2015)

And not all of us read exclusively or at all on a Kindle. It's just one source. I know many readers who prefer to read on a non-amazon product. I hear it at book club all the time.
Sara Reyes 5:52pm August 12, 2015)

But I do love your opening line... makes me smile as I'm surrounded by all these shows based on covert spying and such
Sara Reyes 5:55pm August 12, 2015)

There are so many places to find books both online and in brick and mortar
stores. Amazon is one choice. It is the only place I know of , however, that has
the power to see what a reader reads. For better or worse.
Veronica Forand 4:10pm August 13, 2015)

I think the reason I prefer a book is that is "stares" me in
the face when it is on the table but not so with my Kindle. I
do add to my TBR list but it takes time to get to all of them.
Good luck on your books. My ancestor was Titian so I do like to
read about art.
Leona Olson 8:44am August 14, 2015)

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