If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all. - Oscar Wilde
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

The Salvation of Vegeance by Nancy Haviland / @indiesagepromo @nancy_haviland





Title:  Wanted Men #2: The Salvation of Vengeance
Author: Nancy Haviland
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Release Date: March 24, 2015
Genre: Contemporary, Suspense, Organized Crime, Romance



Only something as important as her best friend's wedding to mob boss Gabriel Moretti could allow Nika Paynne a reprieve from captivity. Her abusive husband has kept her under his thumb with footage of her beloved brother, Caleb, killing another man. But the respite from her violent life isn't the only draw. Vincente Romani--Gabriel's deadliest guardian--will be one of the best men at the wedding, and Nika has lingering thoughts about the fascinating mobster...covetous thoughts that may put her life in danger.

With the heartbreak he's suffered and the brutality he effortlessly delivers, Vincente knows he's the last person who can offer Nika a happily-ever-after. But his vow remains. He will do everything in his power to free his redhead from her violent prison--even if that means losing her forver.

In the second thrilling and passionate Wanted Men book, a dangerous line is drawn between loyalty to the mob and loyalty to one's heart.




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Nancy Haviland writes about her alpha mobsters and their ladies from her home near Toronto, Ontario. She has three children, an arrogant but playful kitty named Talbot, and she adores her Tim Horton's coffee, as any self-respecting Canadian would. She writes contemporary romantic suspense but will happily read anything that involves two people smooching.


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  1. Thanks for participating in the blitz! I appreciate the help spreading the word about TSoV :D

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