Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Book Spotlight ~ "Redeem This" by Cami Checketts

Some men are beyond redemption. Alex is one of them.
After Alex Chakhota was blackmailed and manipulated into becoming a hit man to protect his sister, serving time as the FBI's assassin doesn't do much to ease his conscience. His next assignment brings him face to face with Brittany, a beautiful woman that believes he's more than the killer he's been made into. The road to redemption is long for someone with a blackened soul, and with lives hanging in the balance, Alex has a short deadline.
Detective Scott Bentley's days of law enforcement are behind him. When he's asked to host agents at his secluded ranch for an FBI sting operation, Scott cannot refuse. Ivy McMahon shows up with the team, and Scott gets more than he signed up for. Not only can she hack into the any computer system, she's found a way into Scott's heart. The trouble is that she's in protective custody and when the job ends, she'll disappear.
Is redemption possible for those whose lives are scarred by the past? With danger crowding close, not even love may have a chance to redeem before it's too late.
Don't miss the exciting sequel to Blog This by #1 Bestselling Inspirational author, Cami Checketts

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If you haven't had a chance to read Blog This, it is FREE until February 18th.  

(I Loved Blog This, it's one of my favorite books.  Here's
a link to my review.)

Read an Excerpt

A blonde toddler darted out of the barn, a dog bigger than her following. She jumped into Scott’s arms. “Unca Scott. Momma say I can’t ride Jade!”
Scott laughed, ruffling her curls. “Momma’s right. But how about riding Bubba?”
“Bubba too slo-ow.” Her rosebud mouth squished as she pouted out the words.
The most exquisite woman Alex had ever seen appeared at Scott’s elbow. An almost pixie-like face fit perfectly with her petite frame encased in a longer sweater, tights, and boots. A mixture of longing and jealously welled in Alex’s heart. He knew Scott had been interested in Natasha as much as he had, but the detective had obviously moved on in the past year. Or maybe he really was the uncle and this was his sister. Alex could only hope.
“Brittany, these are Agents Rice and Jorgenson.”
Alex looked at each of the agents carefully. Would Brittany be interested in either of them? They looked like they could be brothers—brown hair, brown eyes, and decent builds.
The blonde shook each of their hands, smiling shyly. “Say hi to the agents, Savannah.”
“Hi!” The little girl shook their hands and grinned. The dog growled at Rice when he stepped forward to shake the girl’s hand.
“Mate,” Scott warned. The dog instantly heeled, and the growl softened to a whine.
“How are you?” Jorgenson asked.
“I good. How you doin’?”
Everyone laughed. Alex surprised himself by joining in. Natasha’s children, Jace and Lily, were the only little ones he’d had much interaction with in years, and he’d found himself caring about them. This little girl could easily break past his barriers if he wasn’t careful.
The mother turned emerald-colored eyes on Alex. Scott cleared his throat, then proceeded with obvious reluctance, “Brittany, this is Alex. He’s going to be infiltrating your ex-husband’s organization.”
Her eyes widened.
Alex cringed. Her ex-husband? That’s why she was here. She offered her hand. Alex reached out tentatively, knowing he wasn’t worthy to touch those small fingers but wanting to anyway. His large hand engulfed the softness of hers. Warmth, protection, and desire all surged through him. Instead of shaking her hand he just held it, wishing they were alone as she looked up at him.
“You must be so brave, Alex.”
The agents and Scott didn’t say anything, but Alex could feel their derision. He couldn’t allow this woman to think he was somebody heroic, even though he wanted to. “Not brave. Don’t have a choice.”


Praise for Blog This
"Cami Checketts is a genius! She writes about topics that aren't widely discussed, in and out of books, and she does such a brilliant job of crafting these things into wonderful stories that touch your heart and remain with you for days afterwards."
Myra, Reviewer, Pieces of Whimsy

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  1. Thank you so much for the post and giveaway! Fingers crossed. :-)

  2. I really enjoyed reading the excerpt. This book sounds like such an interesting and intriguing read! I will totally have to add it to my "to-read" list.


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