Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Lethal Lies


Congratulations to "Lenore", "Tammy" and "Donna S.", the winners in Lara's giveaway. Thank you to all who participated!

Hi everyone! It's a pleasure to be back on JRS, and I'm doubly excited because I'm celebrating the release of my third book, LETHAL LIES! 

LETHAL LIES

Trusting the man she loves could cost her her life 

Putting her faith in someone who lies for a living isn't the safest thing Dr. Jillian Mahoney has ever done. But to stay alive, she has to believe the undercover agent—who's kidnapped her to prove his innocence—isn't a traitor to the FBI. And to help him, she must deny their intense attraction as they run from two vengeful killers. 

Her captor, Alex Malcom, has lived a life of lies—some worse than others. Still, there's one truth he's reluctant to disclose to Jillian, the woman of his dreams. One that could stop their relationship cold.

"I really love this book, and I had a lot of fun exploring Alex's shadowy life and Jillian's struggle to trust him. If you like your holiday stories a little on the dangerous side, I hope you'll give this one a try! But don't take my word for it." -- RT Book Reviews


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Giveaway:
Want to win a copy? I'm giving away 3 print copies of LETHAL LIES! The story takes place in D.C. during a snowstorm. Leave me a comment and tell me what your ideal winter weather is like--snowy and cold? Mild and warm? None of the above? US readers only, please.

Giveaway ends 11:59pm EST December 3rd. Please supply your email in the post. You may use spaces or full text for security. (ex. jsmith at gmail dot com) If you do not wish to supply your email, or have trouble posting, please email maureen@justromanticsuspense.com with a subject title of JRS GIVEAWAY to be entered in the current giveaway.

21 comments:

  1. Congrats on the release!!

    Ideal is mild and warm but reality is cold and icey

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    1. Thanks, donnas! I can handle cold, but icy is not fun!

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  2. I like mild winters and snow that comes only for Christmas.
    jaclynlavigne@yahoo.com

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    1. I wish it would only snow on Christmas and be gone the next day!

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  3. Lara, your book sounds wonderful.
    My husband and I love to walk when it snows big, puffy flakes. But I like it when the snow plow keeps the roads clean.

    Lenore dot English AT gmail dot com

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    1. Thanks, Lenore! I agree, if the roads are kept clear, snow is kind of nice to have.

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  4. Hi Lara,

    Love your books - I grew up in So Cal with warm winters. Now I am in North Carolina with cold winters - Sometimes I do miss the warmer weather. But, the change of seasons here is nice too. yenastone at aol com

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    1. Thanks, Tammy! It is nice to have different seasons! I'm used to hot and cold, with no real in-between.

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  5. mild and warm

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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  6. I love mild winters, but actually miss the sight of snow.

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    1. Mild winters are nice--no trouble with ice!

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  7. Mild winters!! No harsh north wind.

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  8. I don't love the cold but have lived in New England all my life....I do love a good Snow Storm, especially since my Husband retired this fall and doesn't have to go to work to remove the snow!!! Would love to win!!!

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    1. Snow is great if you can stay inside and enjoy it! :)

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  9. since I live in the US midwest and have to endure snow, subzero temps and ice, I would love mild and warm :) Congrats to Lara on her new release! Thanks for sharing ;)
    efender1(at)gmail

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    1. Yikes, Erin! I couldn't handle all that winter weather! :)

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  10. I love the fall weather.

    jtcgc at yahoo dot com

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  11. Love mild weather but have to have snow for Christmas!

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