Out Now: Remi’s Betrayal!

Jul 05

Remi’s Betrayal (formerly Till Betrayal) is part of my Paranormal Security Council series. It’s a republish, so if you’ve already bought/read the original, you won’t be missing out on anything. It’s available via Kindle Unlimited, If you haven’t given my foray into paranormal romance a try, now’s your chance.

 

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Remi Parascu has unearthed a traitor in the midst of the Council—the ruling body in charge of all paranormal beings—she oversees. Armed with evidence, on her way to request a kill order, Remi’s plane is crashed, her bodyguards are killed and she’s taken hostage. Things would be a whole lot simpler if her captor had been the traitor.

Jaguar shifter Czion Whitehall has distanced himself from his family and the woman he recognizes as his mate. There’s no way he can be with the President of the Council, so Czion walks away without ever cementing the bond with Remi. The absence of that bond makes it much easier for someone else to swoop in and take his place.

As a skin walker, able to take on the appearance of anyone, Jaxon Fenti wears the face of a man Remi can’t resist in an effort to get the name of the person who killed his brother. What Jax didn’t count on was Remi being one-third of his Trinity, and a stubborn jaguar being the one to complete their triad. Czion wants nothing to do with any of it, and Remi and Jax can’t make it without him. It takes outside forces, and the threat of losing it all, before this trio can set aside their differences and accept how much they need each other.

*This is a previously published MMF romance that’s been re-edited. The cover/publisher has changed. The content has not.

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