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UNDETERRED by Liza Gaines

About the Book: Undeterred by Liza Gaines Series: A Public Relations Novel, Book 3 Publisher: self-published Release Date (Print & Ebook): November 24, 2020 Subgenre: Contemporary Romance Order Links: Kindle: Apple: B&N: Kobo: The e-book price is reduced to $0.99 before and during the whole release tour! UNDETERRED is a contemporary romance that follows on from book 2 in the Public Relations series, UNEXPECTED. The shocking release of a compromising video of Mac and Gwen by a tabloid thrusts them further into the public eye and exposes the cracks in their relationship. They’re determined to overcome these obstacles and forge a life together for themselves and their growing family until a devasting secret from Mac’s past resurfaces and threatens to shatter all their hopes for the future. If you enjoyed the first two books in this series, then you absolutely have to take a look to find out what happens next in Mac and Gwen’s lives… Book synopsis: Gwen My life’s a bit of a mess. Okay, understatement of the year. Mere months from Election day—and giving birth—the hits on this Presidential campaign keep coming. A scandal involving me and Mac exposes us to tabloid sharks, eager for whatever drama they can manufacture or expose. Suddenly, a long-buried secret in Mac’s past could mean genuine harm to not only the campaign, but Mac’s personal life…including our tenuous relationship. Mac When a tabloid magazine threatens to reveal a dark secret I’ve kept buried for years, my stab at damage control unearths a shocking twist. Mind reeling, I’m now certain the best thing to do is end my relationship with Gwen and stop hurting our growing family. But Gwen won’t let me go without a fight. It’ll take all my strength to drag these shadows into the light and prove to myself that I’m not my father, and I can be the man my family needs. Excerpts: Excerpt #1: “I love you. I’ve loved you for most of my adult life, and the only reason I took so long to tell you was because I was afraid. Terrified you’d reject me or realize you deserve so much better than me, and believe me, you really, really do. Or you’d give me a chance and I’d blow it, like I did today. All I want is for you to have everything you want. For you and our kids to be safe and happy. Which is why I did what I did this morning, but I didn’t want to, and I couldn’t make myself do it without telling you the truth first. I wanted you to know that you matter to me and that I’d give up anything—even you—if that’s what you need.” Excerpt #2: Gwen is the first one back downstairs, having swapped her jeans and oversized sweatshirt for a witch’s costume. She’s carrying the stereotypical wide-brimmed pointed black hat in one hand as she comes toward me, but that isn’t what’s caught my attention. It’s the dress. The jagged hemline hits the top of her knees, and the generous skirt drapes from the high waistline that sits under her breasts. It doesn’t disguise her baby bump, that’d be impossible at this point, but it manages not to draw extra attention to it, either. The scooped neckline is the real showstopper, revealing the top curves of her breasts and a mouthwatering amount of cleavage. Fuck me, her tits are amazing. Add in the black fishnet tights and black patent leather ballet flats that complete the outfit, and I’m shifting in my chair to hide the rock-hard erection pressing against my zipper. “I look stupid, right?” She’s stopped a few paces in front of me, and her pleading tone draws my attention to her face. I don’t know what she sees in my expression, but whatever it is, her cheeks flush and she glances away. I dislike that she feels insecure in her outfit or, well, ever actually. It doesn’t matter if she’s eighteen or thirty, pregnant or not, she’s gorgeous, and she ought to be confident of that. But there’s something charming about the way she seeks reassurance from me—that my opinion matters to her—and it makes me ache for all the mornings we got ready to hit the campaign trail together and with that same uncertain smile, she’d turn to me and ask how she looked. Fuck, but I miss that. Or maybe it would be more accurate to say I just miss her. “No.” My voice cracks like a damn teenager, and I clear my throat before trying again. “No, I like it.” Excerpt #3: His hoarse voice commands me to look at him, and I blink, surprised to realize I wasn’t. Focusing on the screen, on the flex and pull of his arm and his dark, heavy-lidded eyes staring back at me, I roll my hips. The water sloshes around me in gentle waves, and the pulse of the vibrator, too strong for a slow build, pushes me closer to the edge. “Fuck, I love the way you sound.” Excerpt #4: Gwen stares out the windows behind my desk while I knead the tired muscles in her lower back. For as emotionally bruised as we both are, this quiet bit of familiar intimacy feels like an anchor. If we could hang on to it, if we could stay in this moment forever, we could ignore everything else and just be us. Together. With our kids and a future and none of the baggage that’s liable to tear us apart. Giveaway: Win one of four $25 Amazon gift cards from Liza Gaines! a Rafflecopter giveaway Direct link: About the Author: Liza Gaines grew up in Michigan before moving to Virginia in 2007. She misses her family and the Great Lakes but has otherwise fallen in love with her adopted home state. A dedicated reader, Liza often has her nose in a book. She also enjoys cooking, baking, knitting, and watching terrible science fiction movies with her husband. Their small farm in Fredericksburg, Virginia is home to an ever-expanding menagerie that currently includes three dogs, five cats, two horses, and three goats. Connect with Liza: Twitter: Website: Newsletter: Instagram: Facebook:

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