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Kindle Nation Daily Bargain Book Alert! Kristen James’ Romantic Thriller THE ENEMY’S SON – 5.0 Stars on Amazon and Now Just 99 Cents or FREE via Kindle Lending Library

“The Enemy’s Son was FULL of excitement and action the entire way though! It was a definite edge-of-your-seat page turner. I think this book could easily be adapted into a movie and would appeal to both men and women with a perfect combination of action and romance.” ~5 star Amazon review

The Enemy’s Son

by Kristen James

5.0 stars – 3 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Cora discovers her father is in trouble… and the only person who can help her is the enemy’s son, Nick Holloway.

Her father couldn’t have stolen a million dollars, so how is he going to replace it? In one week?

Nick claims he wants to help Cora and says he’s deceiving the Hollways to keep her safe…but what if he’s playing both sides? He could be using her attraction to him against her. Nick is ordered to take Cora out into the wilderness to a remote cabin to keep her father in line. Cora can’t allow herself to trust Nick, no matter how sexy he is.

Nick isn’t the only one offering to help. Alexander Pierce could scare the devil but he can also track down anyone in a day. He warns Cora that if she wants to find her father alive, he’s the way.

Soon she’s running from her feelings for Nick, running from creepy Alexander and the rest of the Holloways, and trying to find her father somewhere in the city of Eugene. To make matters worse, everyone thinks she has access to the missing money.

The clock is ticking…

50,000 Words

Everyone was lying to everyone else. She couldn’t trust Nick. Alexander had told her some useful information, but he clearly had some ulterior motives. Maybe he wanted to make Nick look bad, or get rid of Jerry, or both. She guessed he had included her in his plan.

She slowly made her way to a light sleeping state. Only minutes later, or what seemed like minutes, a touch pulled her harshly back into the dark, small room.

She smelled Nick and started to say his name when his hand gently covered her mouth.

“Cora, we have to get out of here.”

He wasn’t whispering. Where was Alexander? She pushed him away to say, “What will happen to Jerry if I disappear?”

“Do you want to know what will happen to you if Jerry doesn’t repay that money?”
He leaned close. “That’s why Alexander’s here.”

“Does Keith think you couldn’t do away with me?” she asked. He shook his head and started to say something. She interrupted. “Nick, I can’t leave. They’ll kill Jerry.”

“Alexander will kill you.”

The Enemy’s Son is nonstop action, danger and romantic suspense. Contains language, some violence and sexual situations.

One Reviewer Notes
“I had to get this when I saw Kristen James has a new book out, and I’m glad I did. Cora steps into a dangerous mess right away and the action carries you through right to the end. It kept me guessing – what’s going on with her father? Was he framed or did he embezzle money? Who really is the bad guy? There’s the Holloway family and Alexander Pierce who is after Cora for different reasons. The romance between Cora and Nick Holloway adds another interesting layer and complication to the story as she tries to save her father. I sat down to read this and couldn’t quit until I saw how it all turned out.” – Amazon Reviewer

About The Author

Kristen James is a Pacific Northwest author who enjoys traveling, especially along the coast, whether up to Canada or down to the beach in Costa Rica. Her favorite activities, besides writing and reading, include cycling, fishing, hiking, running, berry picking, traveling, and about any outdoor activity with her family. Her motto? Make life an adventure! Visit her website and blog at www.writerkristenjames.com, and interact on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WriterKristenJames. She loves to hear from readers.

“I discovered writing in the fourth grade, and it quickly grew into my biggest passion. Storytelling is magical. My stories begin with a central idea about the characters and their issues, and I develop this into a novel. I love to create characters and “learn” more about them, like why the big problem is a problem to them and how they need to grow.”


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