This book began as a short story, that turned into a novella, that decided (on its own!) to become a full-length novel. This is, technically, book 1.5 in the series since it falls between Every Deep Desire (book 1) and One Dark Wish (book 2). And later this month I’ll begin a blog series of how this traditionally published author became a hybrid author–and the chaos train I had to jump on to make it all work. LOL. So with no further ado….

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Just when you think the Deadly Force series couldn’t get any better, this standalone book blew my mind. It falls between book 1 and 2 and captures your attention from the get go.” ~ Goodreads reader

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “A thriller romance with plenty of action. A fast paced story that takes hold of the reader and won’t let go until the end.” ~ Goodreads reader

Is love worth risking everything for?

Rose Guthrie, a reluctant erotic dancer, hasn’t trusted anyone since her parents’ death. Yet, to make money for her brother’s heart transplant, she agrees to deliver a sealed box to a mysterious buyer. Until the box—and the seller—disappear. Not surprised by the betrayal, her situation becomes more dangerous when she learns that two brutal arms dealers also want the box and are willing to kill everyone she loves for it. With one clue left, she breaks into Doom—Savannah’s violent, illegal fight club. Unfortunately, Doom’s referee—the sexy, ex-Army Ranger, Kade Dolan—stands in her way. Although she harbors a secret attraction to Kade, she can’t let him stop her. If she doesn’t deliver the box on time, she’ll lose everything. Including her own life.

Rose doesn’t trust ex-Army Ranger, ex-con Kade Dolan, but that’s okay—he doesn’t trust himself either. Why? Because he lies to everyone about everything, including his time in Leavenworth and his job as an illegal fight club referee. Then there are his two side gigs. The first as an informant for the Prince, the leader of a secret, two-thousand-year-old private army. The second, loving from afar the beautiful, secretive Rose Guthrie. After the Prince discovers Rose is the courier of a lost 18th century artifact, he orders Kade to help her find the box before their greatest enemy does. If they succeed, Kade must return it to the Prince. If they fail, Kade must kill her. 

Betrayal or death. When faced with an impossible choice, Kade can’t lie anymore, at least not when it comes to what he’s about to do the woman he loves. But when Rose uncovers Kade’s lies, they learn a terrible truth—the 18th century box holds a secret far deadlier than they imagined. A secret that could destroy them all.

I hope you enjoy Love’s Last Kiss as much as I loved writing it. And here’s a gentle reminder. If you’ve read a book you feel strongly about (either good or bad), please leave a review. Reviews are crucial to an author’s career because the “bought bots” on the websites like Amazon and Barnes & Noble are tied to the number of reviews. So the more reviews a book has, the more people will see the book. So thank you in advance for any reviews you leave for your favorite books!

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