Author Delivers an Amazingly Good Read in a New Romance Thriller

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Alfonso Moret writes with regal grandeur, displaying his deftness in creating poetic prose and memorably endearing characters

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Author Alfonso Moret delivers an amazingly good read in the third sequel of the Trilogy of Love Series. Crafting one story after the other, Moret writes with regal grandeur in Hearts in Jeopardy; readers are most likely to be swept away with his poetic prose and memorably endearing characters.

Dealing with the extraordinary efforts of individuals in their attempt to conquer the perils of love, the triumvirate of stories in Hearts in Jeopardy deal with deceitfulness, righteousness, and revenge.

“Almas Azules” (Blue Hearts) revolves around a chance encounter between two former lovers who had been tricked into believing that the other was dead. An FBI agent is the culprit responsible, and the lovers plan a revenge undertaking for a needed payback reprisal.

In “Fifty Two”, Mr. Richard Cummings drives to Palm Springs for the weekend to celebrate his fifty-second birthday. He meets a lovely lady by chance and as the story unfolds, he finds himself, and with the woman he just met, hostaged at a tour’s stop restaurant by bank robbers. To add to the conflict, the lady is a distressed estranged woman whose erratic police officer husband is attempting to foil her plans of a divorce and a new life.

Lastly, “Toni Bates Montez” recounts the perils of a a determined drug addict woman trying to control her addiction and grasp a final accolade in the drug trade. Seeking recovery through a twelve-step fellowship, she seeks to reunite with her recovering husband and five-year-old son.

Moret is certainly at the top of his form in Hearts in Jeopardy. Sprinkled with pulse-pounding scenes throughout, this romance thriller of notable substance is by turns engaging and riveting.

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About the Author
Born and raised in East Los Angeles, Alfonso Moret was part of a neighborhood clique growing up. He went into the service and was in Vietnam from 1967 to 1968. He was rewarded a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star Medal for performing his duties there. He achieved a counseling certificate from Pacific Oaks and has worked in drug and alcohol treatment centers and was a director of a treatment facility in El Sereno, California

Hearts in Jeopardy* by Alfonso Moret
The third sequel of the Trilogy of Love series
Publication Date: May 8, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 276 pages; 978-1-4691-7938-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 276 pages; 978-1-4691-7939-1

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