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Title: Scarlet Mark
Author: Lexi C. Foss
Genre: Romantic Suspense
About Scarlet Mark:
Deceit requires punishment. But what happens when the mark is innocent? Killian “Dagger” Bedivere My latest assignment has evolved into a game of deciphering whom to trust—the renowned politician who hired the Cavalieri Della Morte, or the runaway bride? She’s gorgeous, conniving, and everything I crave in a woman. She’s also my target. Rule number one: Never fall for the mark. Rule number two: Fuck rule number one. Amara “Scarlet” Rose I never wanted this world, but the decision wasn’t mine to make. I always belonged to him. Now there’s a new player on the board—one hell-bent on destroying all my plans. He’s lethal, handsome, and everything I should fear. Rule number one: Don’t trust anyone. Rule number two: Do everything you can to survive, even if it means breaking rule number one. And rule number three: When in doubt, kill.
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A light rap against the door signaled Amara's arrival.
I leaned against the bar, waiting as she disengaged the lock outside, feigning a bored expression as the entryway slid open to reveal the scantily clad female beyond.
That teddy looked even better close-up, the black silk an alluring contrast against her pale skin and the tattoos decorating her left arm.
She stepped inside, her stiletto heels clicking over the marble floor. And sealed her fate by allowing the door to close behind her.
I smiled. You’re mine now, princess.
Amara Rose was worth more alive than dead.
A gentleman would allow her to choose her fate.
But I wasn’t a gentleman. Just an assassin, hired to find a mark.
And I’d just acquired my target.
About Lexi C. Foss:
Lexi C. Foss is an award winning and bestselling author of paranormal romance. She loves complex plots, twists and turns, and writing fantasy with strong, realistic elements. Many of her readers comment on how her worlds feel real, and she not-so-secretly wishes they were—at least some of them.