Sunday, May 30, 2010

Book Feature: Enemy Lover by Karin Harlow

Enemy Lover by Karin Harlow
Publisher: Pocket Star Books
Publish Date: May 25, 2010
Paperback, 384 pages
ISBN: 978-1-4391-0982-3

Karin Harlow makes her paranormal suspense debut with the thrilling story of undercover agents fighting for justice--and against vampires.  In Enemy Lover (Pocket Star Books; June 2010; $7.99) a femme fatale becomes the newest member of the Last Option Special Team, where the only choices are do or die.

My review will be coming in the next week.

About the Book:
When you have no alternative, then you call in L.O.S.T. Because with the Last Option Special Team, it’s do or die. . . . 
It’s Jax Cassidy’s first mission for L.O.S.T.—one that will give the former cop who went rogue a chance to prove herself. Her assignment: gain the trust of assassin Marcus Cross . . . eliminate him . . . then take down Marcus’s mentor, Joseph Lazarus, a man with a bold eye on the White House. But the woman who’s known by her team for being a femme fatale succumbs to passion, only to discover Cross’s deadly secret. He’s a vampire, and Joseph Lazarus is his creator.

Left for dead by his platoon in the violent hills of Afghanistan, Special Ops sniper Marcus Cross was given a second chance at life. His newly heightened skills make him the perfect killing machine, and as Lazarus’s right-hand man, he’s quickly rising to the top of his dark empire, purging enemies with speed and precision. Only when dangerous beauty Jax Cassidy is sent to bring him in does he begin to question Lazarus’s motives and his own actions. But when Jax’s life is threatened by the one thing that can destroy them both, Marcus must make a bitter choice—her death or his.

About the Author:
A full-time writer, Karin Harlow spins dark tales of suspense, love and things that go bump in the night.   Drawing from her life as a cop's wife, her stories resonate with authority and reality.  When Karin isn't writing, she enjoys traveling the California coastline with her husband and one or more of her four children, or getting together in far-off places with her writing buddies.

FTC Information: I received this book from Ayelet Gruenspecht at Pocket Star Books for review.  I have Amazon links on my review pages but I do not make any money from these because of NC laws.  I put them solely for people to check out the books on a retail site.


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