FRIDAY INTERVIEW WITH LISA EUGENE: Author of Steal My Heart & Surrender My Love
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Lisa Eugene has been in the medical field for over twenty years. Her books have a medical suspense theme. Between juggling a full time job and being a soccer mom, she enjoys a good romance. Her first book, Strictly Business, a contemporary romance, won an Honorary Mention in the Readers' Favorite Annual International Award Contest for best romantic suspense. Her second book, Steal My Heart was released on July 1st, 2013. Surrender My Love was released October 27th, 2013
That is the book I read and just loved it is so worth the read and really keeps you on the edge of your seat wanting to find out just who did it and not to mention the unrelationship of Chloe and Brad is worth the read all by itself.
Steal My Heart is a romantic suspense that is a stand-alone book that goes along with these characters but does not have to be read in any particular order.
Maggie Lawson is an OR nurse, a certified germaphobe! She likes to keep things clean and orderly. When she meets Ex-Navy SEAL, Gabe Masters, he’s disguised as a dingy dirty hobo. She cringes as she’s forced to use her nursing skills to revive him. She soon finds that he’s a ‘dirty boy’ in more ways than one! After being forced to do his bidding, she unwittingly gets entangled in a dangerous, fast-paced, sexy adventure that tests the boundaries of her spirit and the capacity of her heart. Gabe’s passion spirals her to unimaginable heights. She soon starts to wonder if he is the real danger. Will she succumb to this ‘dirty boy’ who’s keeping secrets about his past, or will she chose to keep things clean?
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