Release Day is always a little hectic, and yesterday was so much so that I didn’t get a chance to post about it everywhere (as a side note, please do follow me on Facebook and Instagram, as I’m much more consistent in posting on those venues).
But it’s official; Rogue Love is out in the world and Braden Kane is locked and loaded.
I had so much fun writing this book, the first in my new Kings of Corruption standalone series. This whole series is based on a group of formerly-law-abiding men who decide justice is sometime best served off the books. Think Boondock Saints meets Point Break.
Those of you who read Rogue Love will get a little treat from me in the way of notes in the back about my thoughts on the themes of the story and the movie that inspired it. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy it!
FBI agent Braden Kane has been going it alone ever since a family scandal sent him running straight from the Ivy League into Special Forces. That’s where he learned the hardest lesson of all — we’re all alone in the end. And nobody can save us.
When a raid goes terribly wrong, walking out is almost instinctual. Following the rules is for suckers. There’s only one way to get things done, and that’s to do it off the books. By the time he walks out, he knows there’s only one thing he’ll miss.
Nora Murphy never really had a choice. Law enforcement was in her blood.
Raised by an old-school Irishman in a houseful of brothers, she learned early on there was only one way to survive.
Be stronger. Be smarter. Be better.
A devastating personal loss only made it easier to focus on the things that made sense. There was no room for romance. And certainly no room for love. Which made tabling her attraction to friend and fellow agent Braden Kane a no-brainer. But Braden’s defection from the FBI opens the door to their relationship in a new and surprising way. Nora’s still getting her head around the possibilities when she’s assigned an important case involving a string of high-profile crimes. She can’t wait to bring down the ring of brash vigilantes — until a shocking connection to Braden reveals itself in in the middle of their burgeoning affair.
Now they’re on opposite sides of the law. Can love triumph over duty?