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Tangled Lies — May 24th from Waterfall Press

Tangled Lies

TANGLED LIES is now available!

I am thrilled that my new Florida-set romantic suspense has been published by Waterfall Press. TANGLED LIES features a boat captain heroine, so I had a blast writing her. I can’t wait to introduce you to Sasha and Jesse and hear what you think of their story. (Read the cover copy below.)

WHERE TO GET A COPY: Tangled Lies is available on Amazon in print, eBook and Audio book . (To order, simply click on the links.)

HAVE YOU JOINED MY NEWSLETTER LIST? I hope you will, so you won’t miss out on the fun extras I plan just for subscribers.

GOODREADS GIVEAWAY: My publisher is giving away 20 copies of TANGLED LIES, but hurry, giveaway ends on May 24th. Click here for the Goodreads link.

EARLY REVIEWS FOR TANGLED LIES:

Best-selling author DiAnn Mills said, “Connie Mann has penned a romantic suspense that captures the reader on the first page with a deadly secret and refuses to let go until the last word—masterful pacing.”

“Action and danger bring coastal Florida to life as compelling characters seek to unravel long-held secrets before time runs out. In Tangled Lies, Mann does it again . . . a surefire must-read.”  ~ Lisa Carter, award-winning romantic suspense author

“Connie Mann has crafted a unique suspense with the sea as a backdrop for hidden danger and exciting romantic interludes. Prepare to be swept away!” ~ Katy Lee – RITA® Award-nominated Author

Here’s a bit about TANGLED LIES:

Sasha is used to storms at sea, but nothing has prepared her for the ones raging in Safe Harbor—and in her heart.

Orphaned as a child in Russia, boat captain Sasha Petrov has spent most of her life adrift, anchored only by her loving foster family. So when they beg her to return to the family marina in Safe Harbor, Florida, for Mama’s sixtieth birthday, Sasha complies, hoping to put the past behind her. But Mama has other plans: she wants her three foster daughters to find Tony, the biological son who disappeared twenty years earlier.

Sasha agrees to try, but that’s easier said than done when bad boy Jesse Claybourne shows up, reigniting an old attraction. Back in Safe Harbor on a quest of his own, Jesse gets tangled up in Sasha’s search, and soon the two are close to uncovering an old town secret that some will stop at nothing to protect.

When Sasha’s dog and Jesse are attacked, they realize the past is hiding something more sinister than they ever imagined. Can they expose the truth without destroying Sasha’s family and breaking each other’s hearts, or are they sailing against the wind?

18 comments

  1. I cannot wait for its release😀😀😀😀

  2. Sounds great, Connie. So proud of you!!!

  3. I pre-ordered my copy and can’t wait to read it! The story sounds great!

  4. Adding it to my “want to read” list!

  5. Alfredo Olavidez

    Praying for a wide circulation of the book.

  6. Diane Blaskowski

    Can’t wait to read your new book! Sounds awesome!

  7. I look forward to reading your book. Let me know what I can post for you on FB. Live is a bit crazy right now, but I’ll help any of my friends as much as I can.

  8. Release day is right around the corner! I am getting so excited for you. If I can help promote let me know. I’ll put you on my timeline. I’ll post a review. If there’s anything else I can do to help, just let me know.

  9. sonnetta jones

    I love the premise of the story. I have been watching Long Lost Family on TLC. I always wanted to know how the you go about finding the child you gave up for adoption and what role do fill in that child’s life.

    • Thanks, Sonnetta. I hope you enjoy the story. Tangled Lies is about finding a missing child, rather than an adoption situation, but both are very emotional situations.

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