by Kilby Blades

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Jasmine's not supposed to be in Nevada. She's not supposed to be posing as an exotic dancer. And she's sure as hell not supposed to be solo on an undercover job. She'd have paid nearly any price to avoid asking her ex-fiance, Avi, for help. Too bad she's in so far over her head, it's come to that.


The last place Avi saw Jasmine was at the altar, right before she walked out of his life. Well...almost. They still work on opposite ends of the same vigilante crime-fighting organization. She's the last person he expects to hear from while half a world away on a pleasure trip to Sydney. Can he get to L.A. in time to save her from a human trafficking bust gone wrong?

Note: This is a standalone in a loosely-connected series

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161396452
Publisher: Luxe Publishing
Publication date: 06/14/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 363,937
File size: 436 KB

About the Author

Kilby Blades is a 25-time-award-winning author of Romance and Women's Fiction. Critics laud her "feminist romance", noting heroes who wouldn’t dream of inhibiting their women and heroines who wouldn’t dream of letting them.


Her debut novel, Snapdragon, was a HOLT Medallion Award of Merit recipient, a Semi-Finalist in the Publisher’s Weekly BookLife Prize, an IPPY Award medalist, and Kilby herself is the 2018 RSJ Emma Award honoree for Best Debut Author.


On the nonfiction side, Kilby is the author of The Book Marketing Audit. She has guest-written for Publisher’s Weekly, Heroes and Heartbreakers, and is a regular contributor to the Romance Writers of America’s Romance Writer's Report. She holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and is the originator of the Six Figure Author podcast and blog.


When she's not writing, Kilby goes to movie matinees alone, where she eats Chocolate Pocky and buttered popcorn and usually smuggles in not-a-little-bit of red wine. She procrastinates from the difficult process of writing by oversharing on Facebook and Instagram and giving away cool stuff related to her fiction novels to her newsletter subscribers.

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