Release Blitz – FRAGMENTED LOYALTY by Tonya Burrows

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Today we have the release blitz for FRAGMENTED LOYALTY by Tonya Burrows! Check it out and be sure to order your copy today!

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Title: Fragmented Loyalty

Author: Tonya Burrows

Genre: Contemporary Romance

About FRAGMENTED LOYALTY:

All I want is to leave my past of criminal hacking behind. Oh, and ditch the blackmailer who has been dogging my every move for the last three years.

The plan: Hack my way into being part of Class Alpha, a training program for a secretive organization that rescues hostages the government can’t or won’t go after. Save the world and make enough money to pay back my blackmailer—solves all my problems, right?

The complication: Sweet, nerdy, and unbearably sexy Eric “Harvard” Physick. Harvard is my ideal man, but he’s also my instructor. Seriously a no-go, except we can’t seem to keep our hands off each other.

My blackmailer isn’t willing to let me off the hook, though, and a series of freak accidents—deadly accidents—sends Class Alpha into a tailspin. And the more I get to know Harvard, I start to realize his past is just as troubled as mine.

Am I the cause of this chaos…or is he?

 

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Exclusive Excerpt:

A finger poked my ribs from the table behind me, and, face blazing, I refocused on Jean-Luc at the front of the

room. I’d been so caught up in fantasizing about Harvard, I’d completely missed the last ten minutes of the lesson.

Even worse, it had been obvious enough that Wolfe felt he had to intervene. Excuse me while I melt into a puddle of red-hot embarrassment.

My only saving grace was that Harvard hadn’t noticed.

Everyone else had, and I’d get major flak from all of the guys later, but Harvard had been too absorbed in the lesson. Yay for hyper-focused nerd boys!

“Hey,” Wolfe whispered and nudged me again. He pretended to wipe drool from his mouth. “You got a little something…”

I shot him the bird. “Keep it up, Wolfey. I’ll send your browser history to your mother.”

“Go ahead.” He flashed a grin. “I erased everything incriminating.”

Thoroughly amused, I raised a brow. “You think I can’t find erased data? Oh, you poor, naive luddite.”

His grin dropped away.

I returned my attention to the front of the room, but by that point, the lesson was completely lost on me. I was just biding time until class ended—but then I noticed Jean-Luc had stopped speaking. The room had gone completely silent, save for an evil villain laugh that started soft and grew in volume.

I looked up at the whiteboard. The projection screen had gone black. An 8-bit video game character with blinking red eyes filled the screen. Underneath it flashed the words

LET’S START THE GAME.

 

About the Author:

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Tonya Burrows wrote her first romance at age 13 and hasn’t put down her pen since. Originally from a small town in Western New York, she suffers from a bad case of wanderlust and usually ends up moving someplace new every few years. As of now, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with The Boyfriend, a diva schnoodle, a plucky pug-mix, and #writercat.

When she’s not writing about hunky military heroes, Tonya can usually be found kayaking, hiking, or road tripping across the country. She also enjoys painting and B grade disaster movies.

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