11.11.2021 | Thursday

Marked for Deception

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Marked for Deceptiontitle: Marked for Deception
author: S.J. Rowe
published: 14 August 2021
publisher: self-published
genre(s): paranormal, romance
pages: 301
source: client
format: eARC
buy/shelve it: Amazon | BookBub | Goodreads
rating: three-stars


the blurb

They live in a world of secrets. He kills to keep their world hidden. She lies to protect herself. Will they ever be able to trust the other before death comes knocking?

Civilians don’t work alone…

Lola does, and something about her calls Eddie to suspect everything. Is it the hidden room she claims to disperse information from but doesn’t? Her naiveness for opening her home to three strangers without question? Or that he can’t stop thinking about her, no matter how hard he tries.

Primes don’t form attachments…

Lola has a secret urge to convince him to stay, or just get frisky between the sheets. He’s her boss, and she doesn’t even like him that much. He annoys her, even while saving her.

Trust isn’t a guarantee.

He died last time he got entangled with a woman. Deaths an absolute for those close to her. There are rules against them getting involved, against anything more than platonic friendship. With a threat to Eddie’s life and past connections discovered, will they break the law for love or let justice stand in their way?


about S.J. Rowe

After traveling all over the world as a child, S.J. Rowe has found a home in the southwest with her husband. She continues to visit exotic destinations around the world with her best friends, and when she is home, she splits her time between watching baseball and singing in the car. To unwind, she finds herself enjoying a good cup of coffee while curled up watching Star Wars.

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