Friday, August 15, 2014

Ties That Bind by Neeny Boucher cover reveal

Ties that Bind by Neeny Boucher 
Series: Complicated Love (Book #2)
Releasing: Fall 2014


*Recommended for audiences over the age of 18*

Forced to return to her hated hometown to work, Christina Martin, lawyer and ex resident bad girl, finds herself questioning her life choices. Reunited with her former husband, Nicholas Riley, their tenuous and complicated relationship is tested when secrets from the past and present are revealed.

Riley, a man with explosive secrets and penchant for psychological games, faces the dilemma of keeping the woman he loves through lies by omission or potentially losing her with the truth. This isn’t just their second chance for happiness, it’s their last chance and there may be some things that love can’t conquer at all.

Equal parts helped and hindered by a colorful cast of supporting characters, ‘Ties that Bind’, Book Two in the Complicated Love Series, continues the dysfunctional relationship of Riley and Dina introduced in ‘Lost in Flight’.

Warning: This book is not about bondage. I have nothing against books about bondage. Heck, I’ve been known to read a few works myself, but it’s just this book isn’t one of them. Unless, of course, you’re referring to the tangible and intangible bonds of human relationships, ties that bind and ties that can be broken. Then, this book is definitely about that.

‘Ties that Bind’ is not a standalone and forms part of a series. It is highly recommended that you read Book One, ‘Lost in Flight’ before this one. Also, this series is full of quirky, socially awkward, and badly behaved characters, underpinned with dark humor. It is not a traditional romance and there is no guarantee of happy ever afters.


“Are you sure this is going to work?” whispered Mandy.

Bonnie shrugged. “I think so. It’s supposed to wreck the engine and if it doesn’t, who cares? They’ll have squishy potatoes stuck in their tail pipe.”

The women giggled. They wouldn’t be there to see the result, but they hoped to hear about it. Bonnie tipped some vodka over the mailbox. “For good luck,” Bonnie seethed.

“You bastards. Payback’s a bitch and yours has come in three.”

Nodding her head at Christina, Bonnie said. “Let’s do this thing and remember, when it goes off we run. If we get separated, we meet back at the Martins.”

Christina lit the fuse, moving slowly back and waiting for the mailbox to explode. Bonnie got her wish. It did go boom and when it did all hell broke loose.

Neeny Boucher

Lost in Flight

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