I cleared the domestic decks in order to hit the proposal I’m working on hard, so I’ll be type-type-typing away today. (Especially since I lost fifteen minutes last night tearing my hair out and swearing as I tried to remove a rogue period from my document. Even with the formatting display turned on I couldn’t figure it out until I exhaled a very frustrated breath and the speck of something or other blew off my screen.)
But before I dive into work, I thought I’d share the very unofficial blurb I sent in for No Surrender. (Keeping in mind it will probably be tweaked and tinkered with.)
EDIT: And yes, a mere hour or so after posting, the first change was made.
Donâ€™t hold back. Never give up. If only it was that easyâ€¦
Book 3 of the Devlin Group series.
When sabotage downs their helicopter in the mountains, Gallagher finally gets the up-close and personal time heâ€™s been craving with fellow agent Carmen Olivera. After their rescue, however, the saboteurâ€™s trail sends the Devlin Group to Africa, where Carmen tries to revert back to her cold professional self. Gallagher isnâ€™t ready to let her go. Not by a long shot.
As the Group gears up to rescue a young woman being held hostage in the well-guarded compound of a guerilla warlord, Carmen tries to shove her long-time attraction for Gallagherâ€”now jacked up by one mind-blowing nightâ€”back into its mental corner because she canâ€™t see a future with him. Theyâ€™re from different worlds and a failed relationship could affect the job. But as the plan gets blown to hell and theyâ€™re running for their lives in the jungle, thereâ€™s no room for uncertainty or they may have no future at all.
Woo hoo! Can’t wait for this one
And when can I read this? Hmmmm?
The rumor is August, but I don’t have a definite date yet. I’ll add it to the sidebar when I know.
I think I’m more anxious with this book than the last few. Maybe because it almost killed me.