Locked, Loaded, & Lying

Locked, Loaded, & Lying

by Sarah Andre

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He might be innocent.Or he might be very, very guilty

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ISBN-13: 9781943336418
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 06/09/2015
Pages: 408
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.84(d)

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Locked, Loaded, & Lying (Entangled Select Suspense) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Belle49 More than 1 year ago
At first I didn't like the male protagonist's name (Lock) but once I got into the book I didn't care. I liked him and I loved the interaction between him and the female protagonist, Jordan. It kept my interest all the way through to the end. I enjoyed reading it and I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves romance and mystery.
Inishowen_Cailin More than 1 year ago
I was completely drawn into this story very quickly. I couldn't put it down and spent every opportunity I could get dipping into it- before work, at the breakfast table etc.  There was good chemistry and banter between the characters which was quite amusing. The mystery of who committed the murder kept me guessing right up to the very end. I liked that there were so many plausible suspects to choose from! Even Lock himself wasn't above suspicion.  I enjoyed the process of elimination as Jordan and Lock investigated the different theories and suspects as well as their burgeoning romance the more time they spent together. A great read, Highly recommended. Copy received in exchange for an honest review
DComfort More than 1 year ago
Oh, this was great. I was engaged from the first page, all the way to the end. I don't want to give away any spoilers, but there are so many twists and turns in this story that you won't get bored. They aren't predicable either. This is truly a story many will enjoy!
LindaMarie07 More than 1 year ago
Jordan Sinclair and Lock Roane wear masks that they want the rest of the world to see. Their worlds are going to collide on a snowy road though, and a mask or two might fall. But in the meantime, Jordan is hiding a painful; childhood secret never seems to go away. Jordan’s mother is everything to her, and no one is going to take her away. While Lock, is shielding himself from the paparazzi and fans who have already declared him guilty even before his trial. Lock’s brother, Leo, is his constant supporter and critic. Leo also happens to be my favorite character because he is very much relied on by Jordan and Lock. Although Lock would prefer not to acknowledge as much, he needs and wants his brother’s approval. Leo is the negotiator and diplomat between Jordan’s and Lock’s tiffs. If Leo can broker a deal between those two, then he can between nations. Tension can either help or hurt, and both apply to Jordan and Lock. It’s what adds to the mystery behind what Jordan is really hiding, and what Lock plans on discovering. You better watch out for Jordan and Lock! I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
KMH3030 More than 1 year ago
Locked, Loaded, & Lying is an intense and intriguing romantic suspense novel that follows Lock Roane and Jordan Sinclair, who have been thrown into desperate circumstances together. Lock is hiding, awaiting trial for murder, and Jordan is desperate to uncover information on Lock in order to write a story on the famous skier. Both end up keeping a lot of secrets from each other, but their motivations are understandable given the situations that both find themselves in (there is a lot and I don’t want to spoil it). Despite their misgivings about each other, their attraction really builds along with the story, giving a lot of depth to their interactions and troubles with each other. I really liked how both characters circumstances were not immediately clear, leading to some judgments by me, but throughout the book they both became much more human and understandable, like Lock having a clear personality that he used for the media to hide and protect himself. Andre does a great job of bringing real humanity to the characters of the book, and I was really invested by the end. I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book kept me up until morning , turning the pages to make sure the real murderer was identified and there was a happy ending. Fantastic!
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Lagalloway More than 1 year ago
Oscar Pistorius, anyone? That is the first thing that came to mind for me when I read the synopsis for this book. Maybe I jumped on this book because I followed and wrote articles on the Pistorius murder trial in 2014. In case you aren’t familiar with the case, it made international news, coming from South Africa. Paralympic, double amputee, Oscar Pistorius was on trial for the murder of his girlfriend who was shot multiple times inside their house. So moving into the story of Lock Roane and the murder trial he is about to face for allegedly slaying his girlfriend, I was excited to read it and see how it all came about. Even though I paralleled Lock to Oscar, not much else is really the same. They just both happen to be Olympic athletes that “murdered” their girlfriends. Lock has been in hiding for the last ten months, awaiting trial, staying out of the media, and making sure to keep his spot on the team if he isn’t found guilty. The week before his trial is to begin, he rescues a woman who was driving recklessly on the highway right down the hill from where he is hiding out. In good conscious, he couldn’t just leave her in her overturned car as a blizzard descended. Jordan Sinclair is in desperate need to get to Aspen, Colorado to find the elusive Lock Roane. It is the only way she can save herself and, more importantly, her mother. She has been running from her past which has, finally caught up with her. As Jordan’s time is running out, she finds herself sliding off the road and the next moment, in the warmth of a cabin with two handsome men. Jordan couldn’t have been any luckier, other than the fact that her body is bruised and busted and her car with her belongings is no longer within her reach, but she found Lock. Now she only has a few days to get the material she needs and to get out of there. But then she learns about Lock. She gets to know the man behind the Lock and Load persona that only the media gets to see. Lock is suspicious of Jordan and her non-stop questions and her bright eyes that he keeps getting lost in. Lock isn’t sure of what Jordan’s agenda is, but as soon as he senses her getting too close, he throws up Lock and Load, pushing her away. What he doesn’t expect is Jordan to stick it out, being persistent in getting through to him. Until he discovers her secret and realizes what her real agenda is. But how can he reconcile what he learned about her with the woman he has begun to know? The trial is approaching fast and Jordan finds herself veering from her original mission and helping Lock with is defense for the trial. Jordan had followed the story these last ten months and instantly found him guilty, right along with the rest of the world, but the more time she spends with him, the more she decides he may not be guilty after all, but how to prove it? Despite why Jordan is in Colorado, Lock allows her to help him figure out what really happened the night his girlfriend was found murdered. As these two, along with Lock’s twin, Leo, traipse around Aspen trying to find out the real events of the night, leading up to the bloody morning, secrets surface and they find themselves in danger of having the same fate as Lock’s girlfriend. I found myself liking Lock as himself and as Lock and Load. I didn’t have a stand on if he was guilty or not, but the more I read and started to know who he was, I was praying they could figure out what really happened and that he wasn’t guilty. Jordan was a strong, determined woman whose past is one most wouldn’t be able to survive, yet she did. She was a character I admired. Leo was the reserved character that had more to say in his silence than the other two when they would verbally spar. There were heart racing moments, terror-filled moments, hope blooming and bursting moments, and utterly adorable moments.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
Excellent read that is well written and full of suspense, deception, and romance. After a drunken blackout Locke, Olympic skier, awakes to find his fiancee dead, lying in a pool of blood. Since he's now the number one suspect, he goes into hiding to give his legal team time and stay away from the paparazzi. After stumbling upon a woman involved in a car accident, he has no choice but to help her, hoping all the time that she doesn't recognize him. Little does he know that she has a few problems and secrets of her own!! This is an excellent romantic suspense that I highly recommend.