TEMPEST by Lisa Henry & J. A. Rock

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TEMPEST by Lisa Henry & J. A. RockTempest by J. A. Rock, Lisa Henry
Series: Playing the Fool #3
Published by Riptide Publishing Genres: Contemporary, MM

Conman Henry Page and FBI agent Ryan ‘Mac’ McGinness, along with Henry’s sister Viola are on the run.  This time Mac is the one in trouble.  He’s been framed with a bevy of crimes, including murder.  Janice Bixler, OPR or Officer of Professional Responsibility has her sights set on prosecuting Mac and throwing away the key which is really confusing since Mac is innocent.

 

As his friends at the Indiana field office try to clear his name Mac drives the threesome to Altona where his parents have a farm.  It’s the only safe place to hide though Mac has every intention of returning to the city to hunt down the man who can prove he isn’t guilty.  Of course Henry has no intention of being left behind.  The only one allowed to mess with Mac is Henry as far as he’s concerned.

 

Among the goats of Altona criminals, agents, and the innocent converge in the most unlikely showdown the farmland’s ever seen.  It’s time to finger a murderer and unmask a double cross.  All in a day’s work for the conman and the agent.

 

It is another zany road trip for Mac and Henry to survive in Tempest, the third book in the wild Playing the Fool series.  This time out there’s no getting around all the trouble Mac has landed in.  Beware of storyline whiplash as the agent and the conman attempt to clear the charges.  Humorous dialogue, plot twists, and murder combine in this riveting story.  Savor Tempest and enjoy the ride.

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