Brampton, Ontario (PRWEB) January 25, 2013
No emotions are more powerful and contrasting than love and hate. In “Sleeping With The Enemy,” author Lisa Dyble tells the tale of two bitter adversaries who are forced to work together to unravel a sinister conspiracy in their midst. While they struggle to remain one step ahead of a relentless stalker, they discover the hidden feelings they have for each other, and their withering acrimony turns into a blossoming romance as they risk their lives to uncover the truth.
The story begins when Wade Scott discovers that his sister, Janie, has been framed for drug trafficking, and his brother-in-law, Cliff Peterson, has died in a bombing. Cliff was a private eye and Tanya Riverton was his last client before his investigation got him killed. Tanya is blonde and beautiful, she is everything a man could ever ask for, and she happens to hate every fiber of Wade Scott’s being. Despite this, she may be his only link to Cliff’s murderers, and when they attempt to silence Tanya, Wade vows to protect her at any cost.
An assassination attempt leaves Tanya suffering from amnesia, and as she struggles to recover her memories, the man she once hated becomes her only hope for salvation. For Wade, the spirited woman who mistreated him in the past is now fragile and vulnerable, and he’s the only one either of them can trust to defend her from her unknown assassins. As they struggle to get to the bottom of Cliff’s murder, their relationship begins to bloom, and both of them dare to hope they might have a future together, that is, if they can make it out of their current predicament alive.
“Sleeping With The Enemy” is a gripping tale that blends the romance with criminal suspense genres. It will keep readers hooked as they follow the story of an unlikely couple thrust into a deadly world of high stakes corruption and deceit.
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Sleeping With The Enemy * by Lisa Dyble
Publication Date: October 12, 2012
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