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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Author On Her Own - Melissa Ohnoutka

Another colleague has opted for the independent publishing route.  Melissa Ohnoutka comes across as a sweet, unassuming lady.  All I can say is read this with the lights on.

It's always the quiet ones, isn't it?

Faithul Deceptions is now available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Blurb

Money dictates the rules of this game and the victim could be anybody— regardless of sex, age, or race.

When high-end antiques dealer, Hailey Devlin, discovers her business partner's boyfriend has bankrupted their company, she sets out to expose the thief. Unknown to Hailey, her target is involved in a brutal trafficking ring where human lives are sold off to the highest bidder and she fits the next customer's order perfectly. She awakens to a world she can't remember. An alluring man claims to be her husband-a man who seems both to want and reject her. Is this amnesia or something much more sinister?

ICE Agent Patrick Roark jumped at the chance to put his training to the test on an elite human trafficking squad of Homeland Security. Undercover as the bodyguard to the ring leader, and key suspect in a murder case, proves more than he bargained for. Masterminding a clever deception, he's determined to keep the next victim safe—even if the high-stakes operation costs him everything-including his heart. Can they survive a killer's wrath? And if they do, will the lies be too damaging for their love to endure?


For more information about Melissa, check out her website and her blog.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much, Susan!! I totally missed this! Most days I don't know if I'm coming or going. LOL :)

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