Monday, June 29, 2020

To Serve and Protect Was Never More Personal


Congratulations to "Kim H.", the winner in Margo's giveaway. Please contact JUST ROMANTIC SUSPENSE to claim your prize.

These are trying times for all of us, to be sure. But we’re smart, and we’re resilient and we’re determined. I have no doubt we are all going to bring ourselves to better times ahead. As we all collectively cope, I’d like to offer a small chance at diversion with my latest romantic suspense series, Brothers In Blue.

Four heroes met at the police academy to become lifelong friends. The Dropout, the Straight Arrow, the Movie Star and the Maverick. All share a passion to serve and protect, each in their own unique way.

Four books for four heroes, and I’m proud to present Book 3 of Brothers In Blue

ON THE MAKE – The Movie Star’s story – Now Available


Will a tragic past sabotage future dreams?

When it comes to husbands, Madison Clark's track record is the thing of nightmares. Twice widowed, she's given up on happily ever after. Still, with two young boys to raise, a stable family life is all she really desires. Cop turned movie idol, Adam Pride longs for a family of his own, not the irresistible woman and her two sons who are quickly working their way into his heart. But when Madison unknowingly lands in a desperate killer's cross-hairs, Adam puts his career—and life—on the line to save her. Can he protect her from a deadly threat and win her heart? Or will a shocking revelation destroy their fragile love?




And remember, Books 1 and 2, ON THE SURFACE and ON THE FORCE are also available.

ON THE SURFACE – The Dropout’s story

He sought vengeance only to discover love.

Wrongly convicted ex-con and recent parolee Jenny Reynolds wants to forget her tarnished past and focus on a brighter future. One that begins with a return to the small tourist town where she grew up. The restoration of her family’s once proud Rest Easy Bed and Breakfast is the only thing on her mind. Fleeing an ex who refuses to let her go, what she doesn’t need to complicate her already problematic life is another man. Enter handsome handyman Brad, a man who seems to care as much about restoring the B and B as she does. A man who soon becomes ready, willing and able to steal her heart. A man, as it turns out, with more than a few secrets of his own. A dropout from law enforcement, the real Brad Collins will use anyone and anything to fulfill a personal vendetta. When two pasts collide and danger threatens, their budding love for each other may be the first casualty.

ON THE FORCE – The Straight Arrow’s story

Losing her job was nothing compared to the prospect of losing her life.

Top notch CFO Sydney Raines is devastated when her coveted job working for a high profile conglomerate is yanked out from under her. Determined to restore her mangled reputation, she finds her second chance when the owner of an upscale art gallery hires her as his personal assistant. Straight arrow cop Vince Miller is assigned to crack an international art theft ring. Working undercover, he never counted on meeting Sydney Raines, let alone falling in love with her. Then an unexpected twist in the case reveals the identity of a serial killer, along with the shattering realization that Sydney could be the psycho's next victim.


ON THE MOVE – The Maverick – Is yet to come.

This disgraced cop will do anything to clear his name, short of murder.

Working on Book 4 in the Brothers In Blue series has kept me occupied during these unusual times. What have you been doing lately? Please share.

Reader’s Choice Giveaway: I’m pleased to offer one commenter a format of choice, e-book or print copy, of either Brothers In Blue Book 1 ON THE SURFACE  Book 2 ON THE FORCE (or Book 3 ON THE MAKE (Print books available in the US only.)

Please visit me at these locations as well, but above all…Stay Safe!

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Bio: Award winning author Margo Hoornstra writes contemporary romance and romantic suspense, always providing that happily ever after for her characters. A big city girl turned country woman, Margo enjoys hiking and walking around the wide-open spaces near her home, especially in the fall, hates to cook and loves to read.


Giveaway ends 11:59pm EST June 30th. Due to GDPR regulations you no longer need to submit your email address in the comments. If you have been selected as a winner your name will be posted at the top of the post. You may then contact maureen@justromanticsuspense.com to claim your prize. Your email address will be shared with the author/publicist providing the giveaway. 

14 comments:

  1. We were so busy with all our volunteer activities, we were never home and really let things slide. It was a case of walk in the door, drop notes, etc., then hit the road again. This self-isolation since mid-March has allowed us to work on some much needed projects. I am still digging in flower gardens ignored for several years that are overgrown with vines & other weeds. The are looking good, but several, especially a 100 foot long one, need work. I am also tackling the massive cleaning and organizing job that is our house. I want to read, but need to finish reviews on books I've finished first. Except for not being able to visit our children and their families, this can go on a bit longer and I won't be too concerned There is more than enough to keep me busy for a long time.

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    1. We're like you, Patricia. During our forced isolation we got several painting projects done around the house and some landscaping work in the front yard that we had talked about doing for a few years now. I, too, missed seeing the kids and grandkids, but we're easing back into that. For now. Thanks for stopping.

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  2. I've been staying home a lot more. We have finished 8 puzzles. My attention span is relatively short, so reading has been difficult. I have read On The Force and really did enjoy it. This book does sound great, so I'm putting in on my To Be Read stack. Thanks for the chance to win a book.

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    1. Hi Trish. Puzzles are a good way to keep occupied. I love doing them myself, but haven't had the time in a while. I'm thrilled that you enjoyed On The Force. Vince from that book makes an appearance in On The Make. Thank you for giving On The Make a chance.

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  3. Been walking a lot. Since outdoors alone is the safest place.

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    1. True, Kim. Walking outside is about the safest activity left. I've been putting in quite a few miles in the outdoors too. Thanks for stopping by.

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  4. Reading and grocery shopping for older relatives and neighbors.

    jtcgc at yahoo dot com

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    1. As I said before, reading is good. As is helping others. Way to go.

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  5. I've been trying to get my next book ready to self-publish. Your series is such a bright spot in these sad days of demonizing cops.

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    1. I hear you with working to get the next book 'out there'. How nice of you say my series is a bright spot. Thank you. That means a lot.

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  6. Yes, trying times. I'm just keeping a positive attitude and hoping things settle down and people realize they're being idiots. LOVE this series....congrats!!

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    1. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. For your support and encouragement in getting these guys 'out there'. A positive attitude is the ONLY way to go these days.

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