Blog Tour! Damned if you Don’t by Linda J. Parisi

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Andrew Jackson
“Jack” Kent’s on the hunt for white collar criminals, and as a private
investigator he always gets his man. Except in this case it’s a woman, the
brilliant cellular kineticist Dr. Morgan Mackenzie, whose next thrilling
discovery is—him.
On the run from
her employers with the formula for a priceless but deadly diet drug, Morgan
agrees to a night of pleasure with the outrageously sexy stranger. But when she
leaves the next morning, Jack won’t let her get far, and that’s when she
realizes the horrible truth. Her cowboy on a white horse isn’t a hero after
all. He’s part of the posse.
Yet when Jack goes
to turn Morgan in, he learns who the real criminals are, and suddenly, it’s a
race against time to find a murderer before they’re killed themselves. To do
that Jack needs to convince Morgan he’s on her side. Even though she doesn’t
trust him, Jack is a drug she can’t resist, leading her to find out that more
often than not you’re Damned If You Don’t fall in love.
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Morgan
stopped in the middle of the staircase. Don’t turn. Don’t turn.

The picture of dimples and a smile to die for simply wouldn’t let her go.
Were they worth her principles? Hadn’t she put him into enough danger as
it was already? Her stomach knotted with the truth. She wanted
him. She wanted everything he was offering. She had no right
to take it. Because if one hint of her problems touched him, he
could end up an accessory.

Her hand gripped the railing. One enchanted evening. He doesn’t
even know your real name.
One fairy tale night. Even if they track you back to him, he could say
he’d been duped.
Think. Think. Make sure. Her grip tightened, knuckles
turning white with the strain. Trembling fingers of her other hand rubbed
at her temple. There are always consequences and this is his life, not
only yours.

Eventually, the people who were after her would pick up her trail. The
proprietor would remember her and probably be able to identify Morgan even
though she’d changed her appearance. No one would ever know she and Jack
had any other contact than being guests at her establishment at the same
time. And if they did, he could simply tell the truth—she’d lied to him.

The front door opened. Morgan ran up the rest of the steps, slipping into
her room as quietly as possible. With her cheek pressed against the door, she
could hear Jack climb the steps, his tread slow, deliberate, and she hoped
disappointed. A picture came to her, his face full of indecision as he raised
his hand to knock on her door.

Her heart broke as she imagined that same hand falling to his side.

The floor creaked in the hallway. He’d turned. Headed towards his
room. Without thought, Morgan cracked open her door. Her jaw
dropped as he stepped into the room next to hers.
Fate or design?

She didn’t care. Her gaze shot to the right and spied an adjoining
door. Fate or design? It didn’t matter. Not when the
possibility loomed so large it blinded her with its promise.
Promethium tantalum.

Her heart began to pound. She couldn’t catch her breath. Her throat
turned dry as dust as another reality slammed into her psyche. God, it
had been so long. All sane thought flew from her mind. Except
one. Mouthwash. And a dab of cologne.

Don’t question. Don’t look in the mirror.

Not even lipstick?

Well–.

Hesitant steps brought her to the adjoining door. As quietly as possible,
Morgan unlocked and opened her side. She stared at the wood from his
side. Now for the moment of truth.
She pushed. The door swung open.
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Let multi-published author Linda J. Parisi take
you through the darker, spicier side of Romance with her Paranormal, Paranormal
Romantic Suspense, and Romantic Suspense tales. Winner of the New Jersey
Romance Writer’s Golden Leaf Award for Best First Book for her novel, Noble
Blood
, and winner of the 4th Annual Stroke of Midnight Contest for her
novel, The Joining: Bound by Blood, Linda is a long-time member of the
RWA and the current secretary of Liberty States Fiction Writers. Linda has seen
the publishing industry turn upside down yet stay the same because everyone
loves a well-written Romance. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, John,
and a family which includes Audi, a Cocker Spaniel mix who had her at woof!
Official website: http://lindajparisi.com/

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Goodreads link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/21422192-damned-if-you-don-t

Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Damned-You-Dont-Linda-Parisi-ebook/dp/B00J3BIBGC/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1395330863&sr=1-2&keywords=damned+if+you+don%27t

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You’ve got to love a Romantic Suspense and this is what Linda J. Parisi

gives you from start to finish with Damned if you Don’t.

Meet Morgan, a cellular kineticist, who is on the run from her employee’s

after stealing some highly confidential data from the company she is

working for. Then meet Andrew Jackson “Jack”, a private investigator

whose job it is to hunt criminals. When he is hired to find Morgan, he

ends up spending the night with her and he is undecided whether she is

the true criminal or not. Will Jack discover the truth before it’s too late or

will he live to regret the decisions he will have to make?

The storyline was very easy to follow and had me gripped from the

start. A definite must read for all you readers who enjoy a bit of

suspense. A well-deserved 4 Golden Apples

Reviewed by Laura

4 APPLES

A big thank you to Linda J. Parisi and her PR team for allowing us to be part of this blog tour. I look forward to reading more of Linda’s work

~ Laura ~

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