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Fresh Pick | INTO THE CROSSFIRE by Lisa Marie Rice
Fresh Pick / September 5, 2010

Protectors #1 August 2010 On Sale: July 27, 2010 Featuring: Nicole Pearce; Sam Reston 320 pages ISBN: 0061808261 EAN: 9780061808265 Paperback $13.99 Add to Wish List Romance Suspense Buy at Into The Crossfire by Lisa Marie Rice The tough former Navy SEAL swore he didn’t have a heart…until now. Former Navy SEAL Sam Reston keeps to himself. His world is dangerous, uncertain, violent…and there is no room in it for the helpless and weak. Then the most beautiful woman in the world moves in next door to him . . . . Nicole Pearce’s life is complicated enough – with an ailing father and a new business to worry about – and the last thing she needs is to get involved with a secretive, hard-bodied, hardheaded neighbor. Yet Sam leaves her breathless – her body tingling with erotic desire – and it takes every ounce of her fabled control to resist offering herself to him, no strings attached. What she doesn’t know is that Sam Reston is on an undercover assignment . . . and she’s about to step into the crossfire. Never has Sam ached for a woman so badly, and he’s never fallen in love before. Now…

Rebecca Pena | Another Summer Gone
Author Guest / September 5, 2010

The past few weeks have been super busy, wouldn’t you say? For me, it feels like months have passed. For example, I can’t remember what I did last week. Not a very good trait to have, but you know what they say, time does fly…. I started marking time by big events or random oddities throughout the day. Do any of you have this problem? For some, this method of remembering works best; but, for someone like me it is definitely a trend that needs to be fixed. HAHA School specifically requires me to have an organized mind; not a spacey one, which happens often when my calendar is blank. To put it bluntly, August was super exciting for me! I have many great memories and news to tell you! In the beginning of the month my sister celebrated her 15th birthday. In the Mexican culture, we plan huge parties called Quinceaneras. It’s basically a party that symbolizes my sister growing up into a woman and leaving her childhood behind, kind of like one of those Sweet Sixteen parties you see on MTV. Well the planning was hectic, expensive, and very last minute. As you can expect, our tempers were…