False Start by Meli Raine

 

Title: False Start
Series: The False Series #3
Author: Meli Raine
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: January 15, 2019
Blurb
This isn’t how my life is supposed to end.
Then again, a case of mistaken identity got me here. No one is ever who
we think they are. Especially my kidnapper, a man whose entire life is designed
to deceive.
Powerful people want my rescuer to die. I’m just a lure. A pawn. An
object.
But objects hold meaning. Emotions attach themselves without logic.
Like love.
I now know that Duff will do everything to protect me.
If he gets here in time. And if I can hold on long enough.
Because my body can only handle so much. Pushed to the limits, it’s
finally giving out. Giving way.
Giving up.
I know Duff, though.
He never will.
Blink.
Read the stunning conclusion to USA Today bestselling author Meli Raine’s
False series, told from both Lily and Duff’s points of view.

 

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Excerpt
I’ve had
bullets rip through my flesh.
I’ve been
beaten with a piece of firewood, my skull bashed in by men who killed my mother
and father, men who kidnapped my brother.
I’ve had
shrapnel rip through my face and been so dehydrated, I saw goddesses I didn’t
know existed.
I’ve
killed, I’ve maimed, I’ve driven through fire, I’ve parachuted into active
gunfire.
No pain
I’ve ever felt before measures up to this.
She’s in bed,
so peaceful, the machines communicating for her. There’s no ventilator. This is
all about Lily’s mind and heart finding their way back to some semblance of
wholeness. The machines can tell us what’s wrong. But they cannot aid her.
Machines
are useless now. It’s Lily’s very human body that needs to do the work to bring
her back.
Me, too.
I cannot be
a robot. A robot is a machine.
I need to
be a very real, very raw human.
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Author Bio

 

Meli Raine
writes romantic suspense with hot bikers, intense undercover DEA agents, bad
boys turned good, and Special Ops heroes — and the women who love them. Meli
rode her first motorcycle when she was five years old, but she played in the
ocean long before that. She lives in New England with her family.
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