He's done rescuing people. She doesn't want to be rescued. They're both going to be disappointed.
About the Author
USA Today Bestselling Author Lisa Hughey started writing romance in the fourth grade. That particular story involved a prince and an engagement.
Now, she writes about strong heroines who are perfectly capable of rescuing themselves and the heroes who love both their strength and their vulnerability. She pens romances of all types—suspense, paranormal, and contemporary—but at their heart, all her books celebrate the power of love.
She lives in Cape Ann Massachusetts with her fabulously supportive husband, two out of three awesome mostly-grown kids, and one somewhat grumpy cat.
Yoga, hiking, and traveling are her favorite ways to pass the time when she isn’t plotting new ways to get her characters to fall in love.
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Deceived (An ALIAS BWWM Romantic Suspense) by Lisa Hughey is an awesome story that I have read. I really loved reading this story and I can not wait to see what this author will write about next. I highly recommend this story to everyone who loves reading about romantic suspense and contemporary romance. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Deceived is the fourth book in the Alias series. I have been anxiously awaiting Marsh 's story and it did not disappoint. Marsh and Aisha were a combustible couple with explosive chemistry. This book was more about the family dynamic than the suspense but, it still packed a punch. I can't wait to read the next book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Story is thought-provoking and magnetic. It was a pleasure to read this story. I don't think I read the previous story and this one didn't really feel that gap enough for me to be a stand-alone, it's really not enough to be confusing just made me wonder what happened. Marcus' demeanor was rather calm most of the energy & emotional pull came from the dilemma on her family history. Although their attraction is intense, the plot wasn't as intense as I was expecting, thankful for the smooth sailing, I'm not a fan anyway of the gore that I sometimes find in this genre. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.