Tor Maddox: Mistaken

Tor Maddox: Mistaken

by Liz Coley


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Tor Maddox's adventures continue in this third book in the series. Grab a flotation device and welcome aboard for more shenanigans, villainy, and romance.

Eight leotards and a ball gown-that's what Tor Maddox packed for her summer ballet intensive in New York. Pity she never arrived. Kidnapped once by the good guys and once by the bad ones, Tor finds herself involved in a high seas adventure featuring princesses and pirates, a wedding ring, and the guy she thought she'd never be allowed to see again, junior man-in-black Rick Turner.

Tor's employee ID promises, "Your Fantasy Starts Here." It couldn't be more mistaken.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781511927550
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/01/2015
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Liz Coley is the author of internationally best-selling Pretty Girl-13 sold in 12 languages on 5 continents. Her short fiction appears in numerous anthologies and Cosmos Magazine.

The Tor Maddox series represents the lighter side of Liz.

She makes her home in Cincinnati, where she volunteers at school, sings in a choir, plays local team tennis, and enjoys the company of a posse of Ohio YA writers.

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Tor Maddox: Mistaken 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DABALE More than 1 year ago
In a remarkable twist of events, Tor is on her way to spending the summer in an intensive course with the Joffrey Ballet in New York City. Oh, how I envy her! The only problem? She is intercepted by none other than Agent Hunky to join him on a secret assignment aboard a cruise ship when his co-agent is injured in an accident. So now she's not only a sixteen year-old going undercover, but no one knows where she's gone. And this time she has to share cozy accommodations with the man who shares the beat of her heart. So while pretending to be a young newlywed couple hired to entertain cruise guests, Tor and Rick are charged with protecting a pair of royalty so they can safely arrive at their island destination for their planned nuptials. I must admit, this third book was the least enjoyable for me. It was very difficult to stretch my imagination to where a sixteen year-old could pass herself off as twenty-three. The "mission" was never made clear to Tor, much less the reading audience. Rick continued to keep her in the dark for no real reason, and their tasks aboard the cruise ship really didn't warrant the need for Rick to have taken Tor away from her Joffrey experience. There was no clear motivation for anything that happened, which muddied the waters of what might have been worked into a somewhat interesting story. It seemed the only real purpose here was to satisfy the budding romantic arc between these two characters. Which kinda creeped me out - I mean, again we have a twenty-one year-old MAN playing house with a sixteen year-old GIRL. Things went waaay too far in this outing for my comfort. Yes, Tor is a bit more smart and savvy than your average teenager, but she's still that - a teenager. Read more here