Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Blog Tour for Seducing the Ruthless Rogue by Tammy Jo Burns

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Seducing the Ruthless Rogue
by Tammy Jo Burns
The Rogue Agents #2
Publication Date: October 19, 2014
Also in this series: Taming the Wicked Wulfe
Genres: HistoricalRomance

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As Director of The War Office, Stuart McKenzie, has proven himself capable of making difficult decisions in times of crisis and keeping government secrets safe. When he walks in on someone ransacking his study he quickly moves to apprehend them, only to be tossed on his back as the burglar escapes into the night.
Cassie’s father has become a pawn in the fight against Napoleon. When the enemy kidnaps him, she will do anything it takes to get him back – including stealing government secrets from Stuart McKenzie, the Director of the War Office.
When Cassie is caught, she reluctantly agrees to Mack’s assistance as there is something far more sinister going on. As Mack embarks on his mission, he will find that enemies are often closer than one would think and that sometimes your ally will come in the least likely form. When passion erupts between Mack and Cassie, they find their lives forever altered. But just as they believe their lives to be free of danger, a new threat is lurking about, promising to rip their happiness away from them. Will they be able to trust each other enough to defeat this new threat, or will they be torn apart for all eternity?

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 Review by Tabitha:

This is the second book I have read by Ms. Burns. I love a good historical book and this one was really good. I loved the banter between Mack and Cassie. They have a true love/hate relationship. Mack is a strong hero but Cassie definitely meets him match for match. She is what I would say is an even stronger heroine. There are a couple different mysteries going on and I found that the author wrote the whole story perfectly. My only complaint about the book is that I felt it dragged just a bit in a few places. However, that will not make me not read more books from this author. I absolutely loved the first in the series, Taming the Wicked Wulfe. Even though they are considered a series, this can be read as a standalone. This book is a solid 4 AMAZEBALLS stars for me. A copy was gifted in exchange for an honest review. 


About the Author

Tammy Jo Burns
From a young age I could always be found carrying around books to read while watching my grandmother's soap operas with her. I read anything and everything I could get my hands on and even made up skits and stories for my friends and me to act out. Once I outgrew the children's and YA books, my mom introduced me to an entirely new world - contemporary romance. Upon discovering I had a love for history I began devouring historical romances. One day, sitting in a college British History class, something the professor said made me think, I wonder. I quickly called mom (also a writer) and ran the idea by her. After being told, "Of course you can do it, you're my daughter," the rest, as they say, is history. I currently share my love of reading with the next generation as a high school librarian, and share my personal life with my demanding dog trapped in a cat's body, Ajax.
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