Introducing the latest novels in the exciting Guardian Angelinos series…
TITLE:Shiver of Fear AUTHOR:Roxanne St. Claire INFO:Paperback, Fiction, 375 pages PUBLISHED:Forever, 2011 SOURCE:Received from Publisher for Review and Book Tour
FROM GOODREADS:The legacy that haunts her … The mystery she must solve … A man who threatens to reveal her secrets … and break her heart.
Burned by a failed marriage, former FBI agent Marc Rossi wants back in the investigation game with no emotional strings attached. Taking an assignment for his enterprising Angelino cousins, he heads to Northern Ireland to pry a key piece of evidence from a missing socialite-any way he can. But when the ice queen turns out to be warm, beautiful, and on a secret mission of her own, the job becomes a passionate reminder of what happens when duty and desire mix. The daughter of an infamous fugitive, Devyn Sterling has survived betrayal only to find that her mother has mysteriously disappeared. When her search uncovers secrets, lies, and threats, Devyn and Marc must trust each other when every instinct says they can’t . . . and a terrorist wants to make sure they won’t live to try.
AUTHOR: Roxanne St. Claire INFO: Paperback, Fiction, 379 pages PUBLISHED: Forever, 2011 SOURCE: Received from Publisher for Review and Book Tour
FROM GOODREADS: Private investigator Vivi Angelino has never met a risk she wouldn’t take-and her latest client, a starlet with a madman on her heels, gives Vivi the perfect opportunity to walk on the wild side. That is, as long as she can make sure a certain overprotective, overly gorgeous FBI agent stays out of her way-and out of her fantasies.
Special Agent in Charge Colt Lang is not about to stand back and watch Vivi dangle herself as bait for a serial killer. Yet trying to rein her in means throwing his well-worn rulebook-and his iron self-control-to the wind . . . and taking the chance that his heart will become collateral damage in an already perilous case. Because a woman who can’t stop searching for the truth is impossible to resist-even when every discovery she makes brings them closer to a calculating murderer with nothing to lose.
Roxanne St. Claire is a bestselling author of nearly thirty novels of romance and suspense. A four-time nominee and one time winner of the prestigious RITA Award for outstanding romantic fiction, her books have also won the National Reader’s Choice Award for best romantic suspense for two consecutive years, as well as the Daphne du Maurier Award, the HOLT Medallion, the Maggie, Booksellers Best, Book Buyers Best, five Awards of Excellence, the Aspen Gold and many others.
Prior to launching a full time career as a novelist in 2003, Roxanne spent most of her professional life as a marketing executive and public relations consultant. She is a graduate of UCLA, an active member of several national writing organizations, and a lecturer on a wide range of writing-related topics. She lives in Satellite Beach, Florida with her husband and their two teenagers, and if you know her, you call her Rocki.
*****I apologize for not having my reviews ready. I am still reading the first book in the series Edge of Sight and haven’t had a chance to jump into these two. My reviews will be coming up at a later date. If these two are anything like this first one, expect a gushing many jeweled review!
Roxanne St. Claire and Hachette Books are offering a generous prize package to THREE of you lucky readers. Winners will each receive a copy of Shiver of Fear AND Face of Danger! What a great prize! As usual, entry will be pretty simple:
Must be 13 years of age or older
US and Canada residents only
NO PO Boxes
Tell me if you’ve read Edge of Sight or any other Roxanne St. Claire books
Drawing will close 4/30
Winners will have 72 hours to respond to email
One winner per household of this prize package
Good luck and as always,
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