Thursday, June 05, 2014


Sometimes the last thing you
need is exactly what you get… 

He’s the sexy 007 type complete
with tuxedo and an icy blue stare. 

She’s a tom-boy waif who’s more
nerd than goddess. 

When Tori Bennett ends up at
the Justice Brothers compound in the Arizona desert, 
she’s running away from an epic
scandal with her in the starring role as whistleblower. 

She’d had enough of powerful,
arrogant men, and just wanted to 
fly off the radar for a while and
get her confidence back. 

Draegyn St. John was all that and
then some…and he knew it. 

As if being a trust-fund kid with
the blonde good looks of a Nordic god wasn’t enough, 
he was also a Special Forces Vet
with a serious attitude. Women fell at his feet. 

It wasn’t even a challenge. Until
Victoria Bennett comes along and rocks 
his high and mighty world in a
very big way. 

Sparks fly each time they meet.
When an agency crisis throws them together on an out-of-town trip, their business
relationship becomes personal in a hurry. For Drae, it’s an itch he needs to scratch
and for Tori, it’s a flat out case of lust. No harm, no foul, right? 

Find out what happens when
her smart mouth and refusal to take anybody’s crap meets his powerful arrogance.
When what happened in Vegas, didn’t stay in Vegas,everyone is in for one shock
after another!

Fixing Justice is the 2nd book in the Justice Brothers series.


About the Author:

Suzanne Halliday writes what she knows and what she loves – sexy adult

contemporary romance with strong men and spirited women. Her love for creating

short stories for friends and family has developed into a passion for writing

romantic fiction with a sensual edge. She finds the world of digital, self-publishing

to be the perfect platform for sharing her stories and also for what she enjoys most

of all – reading. When she’s not on a deadline you’ll find her loading up on books to


Currently a wanderer, she and her family divide their time between the east and

west coast, somehow always managing to get the seasons mixed up. When not

digging out from snow or trying to stay cool in the desert, you can find her in the

kitchen, 80’s hair band music playing in the background, kids running in and out,

laptop on with way too many screens open, something awesome in the oven, and a

mug of hot tea clutched in one hand. 

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