Today’s the first segment of a round-robin story I’ve helped write with fellow TRW members, Kimber Chin and JK Coi. It’s a fun romp that involves two of Kimber’s characters – Hagen and Maeve from Invisible, the second in her Breach of Trust series; JK’s immortal demon-hunter Gideon from her Forever Immortal, the fourth book in her Immortal series, and my Sam and Rosie from Personal Protection. Yup, that’s right, JK writes paranormal, so Sam and Rosie are taken out of their comfort zone for this one. (By the way, all the characters mentioned above are in all three parts of the story.)
To read Part One go here: Kimber Chin
Her characters, Hagen and Maeve are from her Invisible novel. Maeve’s a master at hiding in plain sight.
The first person she made disappear was herself.
A Man Living In The Past…
Antique collector Hagen Rayner has fourteen business days to find the deed to his Great-Uncle’s house or he risks losing the estate to his devious cousin. Should be easy enough for the self-made billionaire to accomplish, except for one small detail, his only source of help is to be from a woman who doesn’t exist.
A Woman Without One…
Maeve Delaney knows how to make people disappear. The rules are simple. Cut all ties to the past, don’t talk about yourself and never ever let a man get close. That includes any would-be partners with potty mouths, broad shoulders, and gentle hands.
Invisible is a financial treasure hunt through the world of hidden identities. A world where loyalty and love can be found in the most unexpected places.
Her upcoming novel, Selling Forever releases next month.
Can Cara close the deal on love?
The Best Sales Plans…
Real estate agent Cara Jones needs a celebrity handyman for her charity auction. Reclusive billionaire Richard Thompson is the perfect choice. All she has to do is find his trigger and trip it, without becoming emotionally attached.
…Sometimes Go Awry
Richard wishes to be valued for himself, not simply for his money. He certainly isn’t going to fall in love with a pushy, pie baking saleswoman, no matter how sweet she tastes.
“Kimber Chin’s INVISIBLE is truly a delightful venture that captures the imagination from the very first page and holds you captive through to the very end. ~ Chrissy from The Romance Junkies
“Invisible is a truly remarkable book, and one I highly recommend! Anyone who loves suspense, mysteries, puzzles, or intrigue will love this book.” ~ Stephanie from Fallen Angel Reviews