Thursday, October 16, 2014

Melissa Jane's Release Day Blitz!

★•**•.★ EARLY RELEASE ★•**•.★

Happy Release Day Melissa Jane! Crimson Desert- the final installment in the Bittersweet Duet series is now live!  

Book 2-- Crimson Desert
Book 1-- Little Doll
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Little Doll Blurb:
 Little Doll is a dark, gritty story not for the faint hearted. It’s not all bad. Redemption, forgiveness and trust are central themes that are weaved amongst the character’s interactions. If you are easily offended by most things violent, this tale of survival may not be for you.

Laila had already overcome many heartbreaking obstacles in her twenty-five years… but none compared to this. With her brother missing and no other family to speak of, Laila has no idea of the evil that shadows her every move. Now in the hands of a notorious cartel family, she quickly learns that trust and betrayal are a deadly mix.

Aiden had a plan. One that was operating smoothly until Laila surfaced in his father’s mansion. With time against him, he must work night and day to right the wrongs that threaten to expose his ultimate betrayal.

Juan and Aiden share many differences, but the one thing that threatens to tear their family apart is the one thing they want to claim as their own, no matter what the costs. 

Crimson Desert Blurb:
CRIMSON DESERT is Book Two of the Bittersweet Duet. Book One, LITTLE DOLL is key to the progression of the story.

Now back across the border, Laila realizes that all had not been as it seemed at the Florez mansion. Learning to trust the man she wanted dead was going to take time. Time was not on her side.
For Aiden, the damage was done. There was no going back. Except for one thing… revenge.
Giving up was never an option for Juan. Not even now when everything had changed. He lived and breathed the thrill of the chase and this time the end prize was too great to lose.

This is a dark story where the taste for love and revenge clash in the most unforgiving ways.



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