Friday, February 26, 2016

Protecting His Heart (Wyn Security #2) by Dana Volney: Blog Tour Excerpt & Giveaway


Blurb:

When a mission goes sideways and leaves seasoned spy Arabella Nox with valuable information and a terrorist on her heels, she seeks out the one person on earth she hopes won't betray her: the husband she hasn't spoken to in years.

Felix Ibarra thought he'd put his past behind him, so he's shocked when Arabella shows up naked in his bed, warning him of an imminent threat. Then, to make things worse, she gets a job with his firm, Wyn Security, behind his back. It's clear there's more to her story, but trust doesn't come easily to either of them.

Can Felix and Arabella work together to banish a mutual enemy, or will the deep emotions that tore them apart the first time be their undoing once again?

This sexy cat-and-mouse game between former lovers will keep you on your toes all the way to the surprising ending.

Sensuality Level: Sensual


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About the Author:

Dana Volney lets her imagination roam free in Wyoming, where she writes romances and helps local businesses succeed with her marketing consulting company. Surrounding herself with good friends and family, and boating on the lake whenever she can, she thrives on moments and memories created with loved ones, especially on sun-filled days. That’s when Wyoming’s charm really sinks in. Dana is bold, adventurous, and—by her own admission—good with plants, having kept a coral cactus alive for more than one year. Find her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DanaVolney , Twitter: @VolneyVentures, Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/DanaVolney and Instagram: https://instagram.com/danavolney/

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Excerpt:

She stared at him, her alluring, bright, amber eyes cut through the expanse that separated them and tugged at memories buried down deep. “There’s a price on your head.”

He took a swig from his beer. “Nothing new.” Is this an excuse to get in my bed? She’d have to do better than that. Shit. Who was he kidding?

“But this time he’s found you.”

Her words sucker punched him in the gut, but all he did was grit his teeth and concentrate on keeping his breathing steady. He’d shown her weakness once; for shame if he did it again.

“Define found.” New identity, cash, travel arrangements. Most of what he needed was already in a hidden go bag.

“Darek’s sending a team. At least one I know about. I think I’m ahead of them by about a day, maybe as little as twelve hours.”

God, he wanted to believe she was sincere, that she was being a Good Samaritan. But with Arabella, nothing was ever what it seemed. There’d be a catch or something in it for her.

“While you’re being helpful, you may as well tell me now if you had anything to do with this sudden epiphany about my location and the need to do something about it.” The issue she warned him about was nothing new. He used his real name to this day; he wasn’t trying to hide. Something must have changed for Darek to be after him now.

She smiled, stood, and stepped closer—one slow hip swing at a time. With each movement, his body tensed. He didn’t know what the hell to do—walk out of his own damn place, grab her hips and kiss her, or use a little bit of the psychological warfare he’d picked up from the years in the army.

“I’m not going to pretend to be offended. I rather enjoy that you think I could do that to you. Puts us on even ground.”

“For the last time, I didn’t get you captured on purpose.”

She didn’t have a quick response, but the set to her lips and the momentary ice in her stare said plenty. Their past was a holy goat-fuck of a read. Not that any files officially existed of their missions together, and if they did, they’d be so redacted it would be one big pile of black paper.

There was no trust left between them.

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