Saturday, July 28, 2012

Military/Espionage Blurb Fest!

Do you love stories whose heroes or heroines are in the military? Or with a military setting? Maybe stories with a spy or two keeps you turning pages?

This weekend, you might find a few new stories to add to your TBR pile, because it's the Military and Espionage Blurb Fest weekend.

Authors, it's easy to participate. In the comments section, post:

- book title
- your name
- blurb
- buy link

One blurb per author, please.

Hopefully your blurb will snag a few new readers!  And if you know of others who write in these genres, please encourage them to share their blurbs too.

I'm looking forward to reading some great blurbs this weekend. Post away!



  1. Soldier of Fortune
    Shelley Munro

    Joanna “Mac” McGregor loves her father, and she’ll do anything to keep him safe after Alzheimer’s starts to steal his mind. That takes money, and Mac uses her only skills—those of soldiering—when she takes up a security contract in Iraq. She doesn’t have time for men, her last vacation fling in Fiji relegated as one perfect moment to hold close during the grim realities of war.
    Soldier Louie Lithgow is tired of fighting and has decided this is his last contract. He wants to retire, sink his savings into a place on the beach, and find the sexy Joanna, his holiday lover.
    Mac’s arrival in Iraq causes consternation. They’ve both been economical with the truth, but the attraction sizzling between them flares hot and bright. They embark on a clandestine affair—professional and confident during their high-danger day, passionate with the release of emotional stress during their torrid nights. One thing is clear—they have different goals and the future is both murky and dangerous. If they survive their contracts.

    Thanks for the promo op.

  2. Dandy Dan McCracken is a rogue wandering around Pennsylvania and living by his wits during the American Revolution. Wounded and on the run from a sheriff, he's rescued and nursed back to health by the lovely ward of Benedict Arnold's procurement officer in Philadelphia.

    Love makes him first a spy and then a hero.


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