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Hope Feisty Lawyers Book 4 by Seelie Kay Genre: Romantic Suspense, Contemporary Romance Publisher: eXtasy Books Inc Publication Date: October 4, 2019

No one knows what they’re made of until they’re broken. At the tender age of twenty-two, Hope Ali has finally joined the organization of her dreams, the Agency, an elite group of attorneys who go undercover to right wrongs the law can’t. The requirements are stringent, the training exhausting. After seeking asylum in the United States when she was sixteen, Hope and her father, Sheikh Harun Ali, settled in a quiet Wisconsin town, hiding from those who had placed a price on their heads. Still, she excelled, finishing her university and law school education by the time she was twenty-one. Now, after breezing through the Agency training program, Hope appears to be indestructible—until she is assigned a simple task during the rescue of an author among the disappeared in the UAE. The task? To distract the woman’s captors until she can be spirited out of the country. Unfortunately, a member of MISix has other plans. In an attempt to disrupt the Agency’s mission, she tips off one of Hope’s enemies, alerting them to her location. Hope manages to lead the author’s captors on a merry dance, freeing others to rescue her, until she is unexpectedly confronted with a violent angry mob intent on harm. She is left bloody and broken. No one knows whether Hope’s body or her mind will heal. Suddenly Hope is no longer just her name. It is also the one thing she must embrace to find her new normal. Add to GoodreadsAmazon * Apple * B&N * Google * Kobo * Smashwords * eXtasyBooks

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Seelie Kay is a nom de plume for a writer, editor, and author with more than 30 years of experience in law, journalism, marketing, and public relations. When she writes about love and lust in the legal world, something kinky is bound to happen! In possession of a wicked pen and an overly inquisitive mind, Ms. Kay is the author of multiple works of fiction, including the Kinky Briefs series, the Feisty Lawyers series, The Garage Dweller, A Touchdown to Remember, The President’s Wife, and The President’s Daughter. When not spinning her kinky tales, Ms. Kay ghostwrites nonfiction for lawyers and other professionals. She resides in a bucolic exurb outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she shares a home with her son and enjoys opera, gourmet cooking, organic gardening, and an occasional bottle of red wine. Ms. Kay is an MS warrior and ruthlessly battles the disease on a daily basis. Her message to those diagnosed with MS: Never give up. You define MS, it does not define you! Website * Blog * Facebook * Twitter * Bookbub * Amazon * Goodreads

Hope stared at the pit full of ice, then gazed at Dianna. “You want me to do what?”
Dianna smiled. “This is your new obstacle course. It’s called The Ballbuster. Obviously, the other
one wasn’t challenging enough for you, so I thought we’d try something else.” She smirked. “What’s
the matter, not up to it, Probie?”
Hope scowled. “I thought you were my friend.”
“When you’re on Agency grounds, I’m your trainer and mentor first. You know that, Hope. My
job is to make sure that when in the field, you can overcome every obstacle. Failure isn’t an option.
Failure could mean death.”
Hope snapped, “Don’t you think I know that? God, everyone seems duty-bound to remind me of
that every damn day. I’m not a child. I know my limits. I know my weaknesses. You don’t have to
bludgeon me over the head with a cudgel.”
Dianna’s expression hardened. “Here’s the thing, Hope. The second you begin to believe that you
can overcome every obstacle put in front of you is the day you should quit. Confidence is one thing.
Feeling that you’re omniscient is another. Out in the field, fear is what drives you, and it could very
well be what saves you. I don’t need you taking stupid chances because you think you’re Wonder
Woman, able to thwart every threat. I need you to calmly assess each situation and rationally weigh
the risks. You need to know when to walk away. Just as you need to know when a risk is worth
taking. You have no real superpowers, woman. And you need to remember that. That’s why you’re on
probation until we’re confident you can survive, Probie.
“This job isn’t about physical skill. It’s about being able to clearly, quickly, and competently
analyze the risks. What I see right now is a young woman without fear, willing to take on any
roadblock. I need you to recognize your limits and work around them. There is no shame in admitting
defeat. And there most definitely is no shame in asking for help. That’s why each obstacle has a kill
bell. Hit that and the exercise stops.”
“And then what,” Hope muttered. “I get kicked out?”
“No, then we step in and help. This Agency leaves no man or woman behind, Hope. They proved
that to me when I was sent to Bolivia. The minute I sent out the Bat Signal, they began putting
together a team to extract me. They saved my life.”

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  1. Thanks for hosting the Hope book tour today!

  2. this cover is intriguing

  3. I love how the cover is a little bit different and makes you think.

  4. Robin Abrams says

    I love the cover. This is a book I will grab to read

  5. Sandy Klocinski says

    Thanks for the opportunity to win! The book looks awesome

  6. Susan Smith says

    Sounds great, I like the cover.

  7. I really like the cover of the book. It looks very mysterious!

  8. The cover art paints a picture of the despair and fear that would seem to go with this novel’s story.

  9. Buddy Garrett says

    It sounds like a very interesting read.