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Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Book Spotlight: TENDER MISDEMEANORS by Alana Lorens









Tender Misdemeanors

by Alana Lorens

Genre: Romantic Suspense







Caryn Orlane has law enforcement in her blood; her father was a cop, and his father, too. She's a federal agent in northwest Montana, protecting the old forests and keeping the peace.

Levi Bradshaw also believes in protecting the forests, but has a very different MO. He's the leader of a group of eco-warriors, determined to save the trees of the Bitterroot by legal—and illegal—means.

When they meet in the woods at gunpoint, their encounter ignites a spark of interest, despite operating on opposite sides of the law. When their worlds turn on them, they only grow closer. If they don't work together, can either survive?




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Alana Lorens (aka Barbara Mountjoy) has been a published writer for over 35 years, including seven years as a reporter and editor at the South Dade News Leader in Homestead, Florida. Her list of publications includes the non-fiction book 101 Little Instructions for Surviving Your Divorce published by Impact Publishers in 1999, stories in A Cup of Comfort for Divorced Women in December 2008, and A Cup of Comfort for Adoptive Parents in June 2009.

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4 comments:

  1. And the ride begins! Thank you for hosting me!

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  2. Really don't care for the lips close-up cover, but I see it ties in with the title. I prefer more scenery type covers. Story sounds great. Really enjoy stories taking place in the wilderness.

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  3. I want to revise what I said about your cover. My view of it only showed the kiss. I can now see it all, & I like it! Sorry!

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    1. It does almost seem like two different covers! but the dogs are important to the story, so I'm glad Kim Mendoza found a way to make them all join in.

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