Currently Reading: Under the Lights by Tia Louise
A thrilling, white-hot second-chance romance duet from USA Today bestselling author Tia Louise…
Heroes don’t last long around here…
Fall in love with the sexiest girl in New Orleans?
Prepare to die for her?
Larissa is the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen.
She’s the rising star of the Pussycat Angels, the hottest burlesque show in the French Quarter.
I’ll never forget the first time I saw her.
The curve of her breast outlined by sparkling rhinestones.
Slim hips wrapped in black fishnets.
Long, dark hair…
She’s the Dark Angel who stole my heart.
Her body is intoxicating, our love overwhelming.
Cat eyes and blood red lips.
Sizzling fingers on white-hot skin.
I couldn’t keep my hands off her…
But her fame had a dark side,
A sinister shadow lurking under the lights.
I would do anything to save her…
He would do anything to see me dead.
Genre: Contemporary Romance
UNDER THE LIGHTS was a unique read which I can’t compare to anything I’ve read before, likable well rounded characters that you connect with. The only negative I have for this is that it appeared drawn out towards the middle segment and I found my attention span waning, but as your nearing the last few chapters it re-picks up and throws us over a doozy of a cliffy which has me craving the next book which is due on the 22nd of this month!! ~ Kitty Katz Krazy about Bookz
Tia Louise is the absolute best at creating a world with unforgettable characters that practically leap off the page. I love everything she writes, but Under the Lights is at the top. I flew through the pages with my heart pounding! It has all the elements that I look for in an intense read: Emotional, suspenseful, and SEXY as heck. ~ Illa Madden-Mills, Bestselling Author
About Tia Louise
Tia Louise is a former journalist, world-traveler, and collector of beautiful men (who inspire ALL of her stories… *wink*)—turned wife, mommy, and USA Today bestselling author (buried the lede).
It’s possible she has a slight truffle addiction. And she will never look at a family restroom the same way again.