Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Flash From My Past Posts - Liquid Hypnosis @wildrosepress

Liquid Hypnosis
by Tina LaVon 

Purchase at thewildrosepress

More innocent lives will be lost if Samantha Garrett, the DEA agent known as The Human Lie Detector, is unable to solve the mystery surrounding a secret formula that controls minds. Her career took a roller coaster ride after her last case went badly, but she still has a chance at the promotion dangling in front of her and she refuses to lose it now. While searching for the suspect that got away, she must fight her feelings for his brother and handle the repercussions from her last case, which haunts her still.

Kevin Brewster, a mild-mannered, dedicated doctor, has spent his life trying to make up for his father’s crimes. His work life revolves around a clinic helping those in great need with no resources to take care of themselves. To that end, he has become inventive and daring. In addition to his work there, he must now prove his brother’s innocence before the by-the-book DEA agent discovers their secret.


He leaned in so close she could feel his breath on her cheek. She held her breath, waiting for his next move.
"Better than good," he whispered. He played with a strand of her hair, then ran his thumb along her cheek to her chin. "Samantha..."
"Yes." It took all her strength not to tremble.
"I'd kiss you, but I'm afraid you'd arrest me." He stepped back, his smile teasing.
Samantha could feel someone watching her. Looking toward the nightclub, she found Malone standing by the entrance. Apparently, he needed to see for himself that she was all right. She waved him off. He nodded and retreated back inside.
"Kevin," Samantha whispered.
"What?" His grin told her he knew what she wanted, but he was going to make her ask.
Samantha leaned against the car, hoping to achieve the same air of cockiness he'd displayed. She raked him with an appreciative look. The man had a body that was both broad and muscular. She instinctively knew they would fit perfectly together.
"I'll arrest you if you don't kiss me.
He placed his lips as close to hers as he could without touching, still waiting for her to make the first move.
"Do I intimidate you?" she asked.
"Do I intimidate you?"
"No," she lied.
He gently brushed the side of his face against hers and her knees grew weak.
"Are you afraid of me?" he asked, trapping her by placing both hands against the car.
"Then why are you breathing heavy?"

Thanks Tina,


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