Austin Marks is a single, successful consultant living in the Bay Area when she unwittingly puts herself in danger when she accepts the client of a lifetime. Secrets will be unearthed, debts claimed, favors called in, and love discovered.
Austin Marks is proud of the company she’s built and knows it’s one of the best PR firms on the West Coast. So it’s no surprise when her biggest competitor calls up asking for help. His client, a pharmaceutical company, has been accused of killing people with tainted drugs. He needs a crisis team to spin the PR and Austin agrees to take over the job. But when she directs attention to the software company as being responsible for the mistake, she unknowingly opens a Pandora’s box of global proportions.
THE CLOCK IS TICKING
Clive Garrison has hit rock bottom and is trying to make his way back up. He writes articles for The Weekly, a paper that profits off scandal and sleaze. So when he hears about the software glitch and learns that the enigmatic Austin Marks is behind the PR spin, he decides to put his investigative powers to the test. But what he uncovers is much different than he expects. It turns out Austin’s past is filled with secrets and people who will kill to protect them.
The countdown is on… GLOBAL DEADLINE
14 November 2018
No. of Pages:
Paperback, 296 Pages
The book is different and very compelling, an awesome combination of suspense, drama, crime, and romance. Lies was a great story with lots of surprises. I love stories with lots of suspense and you get that in this book!
All of the characters are wonderfully developed and it's very easy to really like more than just the two main characters. The narration and language used are fine-tuned for the readers to grasp the entire plot. Every page is full of thrills and excitement. I had a hard time putting this book down because I just had to know how it ended and it kept me intrigued throughout the end for sure. I always find it hard to review a book without spoilers but I want to write something that people can read without revealing too much about the book itself. I look forward to reading more from this author.