Title: Deadly Chance
Author: Talia Logan
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Photographer Tempest Raines is devastated when her adult son is snatched by Russian rebels. With her own deeply buried secrets, in her desperation to rescue him, she turns to Navy SEAL Chance Adams who reluctantly agrees to help her. But how much will she be willing to give of herself, and the truth, to save her son?
Because even if they all survive the mission, when Chance learns the truth, Tempest might be better off dead.
When she opened the door, he forgot his irritation. She wore a short suede skirt with a hip-hugging sweater. Soft leather boots wrapped around her calves. Everything matched in a deep shade of forest green, but with her dark auburn hair falling on her shoulders, the outfit did anything but camouflage her.
“I need to get my purse.”
Chance sauntered inside and closed the door behind him. Ahead and to his left, he glimpsed a living room stacked with piles of mail and newspapers. Amused, he asked, “Do you ever read your mail?”
She reappeared carrying a small clutch. “I’m still sorting through everything that collected while we were gone. And I had a choice. I could either clean the apartment or get dressed.”
His gaze fell to her chest. “You didn’t have to dress on my account.” He snaked his arms around her waist, dipping his head to speak in her ear. “In fact, undressed sounds like a much better idea.”
She wriggled from his grasp, shaking her head. “I wish you’d make up your mind,” she muttered.
“I made up my mind a long time ago. I just haven’t decided what to do with you yet.” He appraised the long lines of her body. “Or when.”
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Talia Logan is the pen name for an award-winning author of thrillers, but Talia writes romance. Her alter ego isn’t a secret, but she does want to keep her genres separate.
In her stories you’ll find heartbreak and joy, maybe a little intrigue, and always a happy ending. She writes from the porch of a Chesapeake Bayfront home, where the seagulls caw by day, the waves crash by night, and the moon casts a sultry glow over the dark waters.
Okay, maybe that’s fiction, but she can dream.
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