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BOLD TRICKS (The Artist’s Trilogy #3) By Karina Halle

With more lives at stake and games in motion, Ellie, Camden and Javier form an uneasy alliance that will take them from the treacherous streets of inner-city Mexico to the wilds of the Honduran jungles in order to find their freedom. But with liberty just on the horizon, the cost might come at their own redemption.
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B&N Bookseller Picks: November

Barnes & Noble buyer Jules Herbert is a driving force behind the excellent selection in Barnes & Noble’s romance section. Here’s his list of recommendations for the month of November...
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SHOOTING SCARS (The Artists Trilogy #2) By Karina Halle

Shooting Scars picks up right where Sins and Needles left off. Javier has taken Ellie against her will and Camden is left with his wife and son back in California. Both Ellie and Javier are left to analyze their feelings for each other and each wonder if there is still a chance for the two of them to reconnect. Ellie soon learns what Javier’s plans are for her and they’re not exactly the punishment she was expecting. She had assumed that he would want retribution for conning him and leaving, however he has bigger plans for her, all in the name of her exacting revenge on the man who wrecked her life, Travis. It remains unclear what Javier’s motivation is for Ellie to kill Travis. Camden is nearly killed when his ex-wife sets him up… Continue
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SINS AND NEEDLES by Karina Halle

To be honest I was really hesitant about picking up this book, because I don’t usually like con stories.  I hate people trying to cheat others out of their hard earned money, and take things the easy way.  There are of course exceptions to this for me:  
  • The reason for the con is to defraud a defrauder, someone who “deserves” it in some way.
 
  • The con is to serve up some much deserved revenge.
  I guess I’m not a turn-the-other-cheek sort of girl, well in fiction anyways.  If someone’s got it coming I relish the payback! Much of Ellie’s conning (in the past) fell under one of those categories, so I could excuse it.  But that’s not to say I liked Ellie much at first.  For a good forty-five percent of… Continue