Sunday, March 20, 2016

Risky Research

RISKY RESEARCH SERIES

How far will a deadly group go to control the 40-100 billion dollar-a-year diet product industry...and can anyone stop them?

Introducing the second Risky Research Novel, A Taste of Tragedy, scheduled for release April 8, 2016. With Coterie’s trail growing cold, can Devyn and Nick learn their true identity in time to stop the next tragedy? Will Devyn take a chance at a long distance relationship with the smoking hot Wyoming Sheriff, and as Nick’s private past is revealed will they get the break in the case they need?

BLURB:
Morgan Hunter sacrificed everything for her career. She had yet to encounter anything she wasn’t willing to do to succeed . . . until now. When she uncovers evidence that the healthy foods she’s been hired to promote may be dangerous, she must reevaluate her priorities. As questions mount and the body count rises, she finds herself caught in the crosshairs of an organization that will stop at nothing to hide its secrets and protect its profits. With no one else to trust, Morgan is forced to seek help from the man she drove away, but whom she never stopped loving.

If you haven’t read the first novel in the series, A Dose of Danger, be sure to get your copy now, before the second Risky Research novel hits the shelves. Here’s a little more on A Dose of Danger.


When researcher Grace Talbot and her team discover a possible solution for weight loss they are targeted by a group dedicated to controlling the multi-billion dollar a year diet-product industry. Her unsanctioned testing methods bring tragedy to the family ranch and the attention of the local sheriff’s deputy. With her colleagues either dead, missing, or on the run she soon realizes she must trust the deputy with her life, but can she trust him with her heart?    

2 comments:

  1. I am so looking forward to this book.

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  2. Thanks. Preliminary reviews say it's my best work yet. I hope they're right and everyone loves the suspense and adventure.

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