Tuesday, August 30, 2016 | By: Cafe

Tuesday Special: Touched by Fate by Jami Gray

Jami Gray
http://jamigray.com/


TOUCHED BY FATE, PSY-IV Teams #2

Trusting him with her secrets is dangerous.


As a specialized consultant for the Department of Defense, Risia Lacoste understands the bargaining chip of a well-kept secret. When her current assignment threatens to unearth her deeply buried skeletons, she’s forced into a high-stakes game of lies and loyalty where even her ability to foresee the future can’t predict the winner.

Trusting him with her heart could be fatal.

Darkness lies under the skin of every man, and PSY-IV Team operative and touch empath, Tag Gunderson, has the demons to prove it. Scarred by betrayal and disillusionment, he’s not Risia’s top pick for a partner in the game, but he’s all she’s got.

As the game draws them deeper into a pit of intrigue and their list of enemies grow, will Risia trust Tag with more than her secrets or will his demons destroy them both?

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Jami Gray is the award winning, multi-published author of the Urban Fantasy series, The Kyn Kronicles, and the Paranormal Romantic Suspense series, PSY-IV Teams. She can be soothed with coffee and chocolate. Surrounded by Star Wars obsessed males and two female labs moonlighting as the Fur Minxes, she escapes by playing with the voices in her head.

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4 comments:

HiDee said...

Love this cover, Jami. Sounds like a great book to curl up and get lost in! Thanks for being with us today!

Lynn Crandall said...

Looks interesting! Good luck with sales!

Jami Gray said...

Thank you, HiDee and Lynn! They did a great job with the cover :-) Hope you enjoy the read and thanks for letting me swing by!

RT Wolfe said...

Best wishes, Jami. Here's wishing you many sales!
-R.T. Wolfe

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