Blog Tour: JA Kerr
I am pleased to present "JA Kerr" and her new latest release of "The Braille Club" Reborn (book 4).
If you haven't read the books, and like that "guilty pleasure" of sensuality, erotica and thrilling drama, you're missing out.
Here is JA Kerr's Amazon page where you can purchase all 4 of our books.
The links to each of my reviews for each of her books are:
December 1 Release The Braille Club: Reborn
Blurb: The Braille Club, where darkness, is not just blindfolds. Fanatical fantasies are coming to life with dangerous consequences. This is no longer a game but maliciously twisted pain. Pain that shows no mercy. Who will end up on top…and who has the most to lose?
Benedict and Siena Harrison want justice… After the abduction of their children, they are shaken to their core. Harrison’s becomes their sanctuary…they won’t leave until the perpetrator is found. As the case picks up pace, the evidence points to one suspect.
Evan Radley is a modern-day bounty hunter with Nick Waters in his sights… Tasked with following Waters, Evan realises how dangerous the man can be. When he receives a panicked call, he swings into action. This is a race against time—a matter of life or death. Will he get there in time?
Guy Walker’s relationship with Anna Dunbar is at the breaking point… Consumed by the abduction investigation, Guy ignores the widening rift. Anna, no longer willing to compete with the case, takes matters into her own hands. Distracted and preoccupied they don’t see what’s coming.
Nick Waters planned the perfect crime… His clever manipulation of the evidence has fooled the police—he is still at large. Consumed with hatred he strikes again. Will this be third time lucky?
JA Kerr Bio: (From JA Kerr)
I was born in the spring of 1967 at Paisley’s Ross Hospital in Scotland and grew up in Glasgow. I was an office administrator and latterly a recruitment consultant before marrying and relocating to The Netherlands with my husband. After two years, I moved to Cheshire where my first child was born and returned to work part-time. My final relocation took me back to my home town of Glasgow where I welcomed the arrival of my second child. I raised my family whilst harbouring dreams of becoming a writer. In September 2013, I took the plunge and started my first book. When I set out to write these books, I wanted to create something that mirrored exactly the kind of books I like to read. My top picks are always originals featuring strong male and female protagonists with attitude. The Braille Club Series books are a great mix of genres. Although sensuality plays a big part, there is also intrigue and a touch of thriller. I love to connect.