Blog Tour: Dilemma



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Jacquie Johnson fell in love with books on her
mother’s knee. From Dr. Seuss to Carolyn Keene to L.M. Montgomery, she
continued her affair until her teenage years when she began reading authors
ranging from Tom Clancy to Nora Roberts to Johanna Lindsey. She’s still an avid
reader but now carries an e-reader instead of a paperback in her purse.
Mysteries and suspense are her favorite genres, but she enjoys romance,
historical fiction, and non-fiction as well.  

She graduated from Harvard and Indiana
University School of Law. After ten years practicing labor and employment law,
she retired to homeschool her daughters. She lives in Northwest Indiana with
her husband, three daughters, and a spoiled cocker spaniel named Princess.
 

 

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Reading Addiction Blog Tours

 

 

 

 

 

In Chicago, the name Jon Elliott garners attention. When the legal mastermind offers to mentor Alexis Winters, Bingham, Elliott and Bright’s newest associate, she jumps at the opportunity sure this will launch her career. But Jon has a dark side, one that demands unquestioning loyalty and a willingness to defy the spirit of the law, if not the letter.

Thrust into Jon’s world and expected to play by his rulebook, Alexis grapples with her conscience. On several occasions, Jon’s orders are at odds with what she learned in law school, and she finds herself trapped between her profession’s ethical rules and her own values. When Jon’s biggest client appears to be engaging in questionable activities and he orders her to ignore the behavior, Alexis investigates on her own. Suddenly, she is not only a witness to a horrible crime but a victim in her own right. Going underground, she turns to the one person she can trust, investigative journalist Ryder Prescott, a childhood friend. Together, Ryder and Alexis work to solve a puzzle that crosses socioeconomic classes, political parties, and international borders.


Embroiled in a global conspiracy that costs her the only family she has left, Alexis must decide how far she will go to defend truth and justice. Is she willing to sacrifice life, liberty and the possibility of love? 

 

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Romantic
Suspense

Date
Published: 7/22/12

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MY REVIEW 🙂 

Fast paced, old flames, fantasy, truth, lies, and more. This book has everything you are looking for to get your heart racing and your mind speeding as you flip from page to page to figure out with the characters just what is going on behind closed doors. 

You can go through the emotions of having fear, hope, sympathy, anger and more as the characters seem real and you will find your own people to root for and those you wish you could look at with dagger glares. 

I hope you grab this book for yourself because it is a story you don’t want to miss on. 

 

 

More Stops to see more reviews of Dilemma

September 30 – The Story of a Girl… – Review
October 1 – TE Garden of Books – Review/Excerpt/Giveaway
October 2 – My Seryniti – Excerpt/Giveaway/PROMO

October 3 – Taking it One Page at a Time – Review/Interview/Giveaway/Excerpt
October 4 – My Devotional Thoughts – Guest Post/Excerpt/Giveaway/PROMO

October 5 – Kaisy Daisy’s Corner – Review/Giveaway
October 6 – Lovely Reads – Interview/Giveaway/Excerpt/PROMO
October 6 – For the Love of Film and Novels – PROMO

 

 

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