Yep, folks, you read that right. LAST CALL is available now for just 99 cents from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords (the latter in several formats including PDF and HTML). And on that note, here’s another eight sentence snippet. We’re nearing the end, but there’s still a twist or two coming, so don’t bail on me now!
Also, I’m looking for interview, guest blog, or promo spots for this book. Any blogger who hosts between now and the end of March will be entered in a $10 gift card giveaway with multiple chances to win. (I’ll post here Tuesday with full details of this promotion). If you have a spot, please let me know to contact you or email me at sarah at sarahballance dot com. Thank you, and on with the show!
Rhys’s anticipated showdown with their suspect takes an unexpected turn when she and Nick are escorted to a private room where three men await their arrival. Worse, after Nick’s strange behavior in a previous week, Rhys isn’t sure whose side he’s on.
Nick had morphed into a stranger and now they were staring down three men, not one of whom appeared friendly.
The soft whoosh of a door sounded at her back. Rhys turned to see Vincent Siegal. His face, a calm mask, looked out of place with the sinister glint in his beady eyes. With a neat salt-and-pepper blend of slicked-back hair and a tall, fit build, he appeared every bit the local royalty he portrayed.
“Detective Massey,” Vincent said [to Nick]. “I’m glad to see you’ve kept with our arrangement.”
To her horror, Nick offered no denial.
LAST CALL is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords (formats: .mobi, .epub, HTML, PDF, RTF, LRF, PalmDoc, and Plain Text) Click here to add it to Goodreads. (For the Muse Publishing; February 13, 2012)
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