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I Belong

Blog Tour: A Perfect Storm by Lori Foster

Dark Faerie Tales is pleased to be participating in the A PERFECT STORM blog tour.  A Perfect Storm is the fourth book in Lori’s Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor series.  Today we have an exclusive excerpt and a guest blog from Lori to share with everyone.  Want to know our thoughts on the book?  You can click here to read Kristie’s review.  Be sure to check out the link to the next blog in the scavenger hunt.  That way you can follow along on the blog tour.  Click here to find a complete list of participating blogs.

You also have a chance to win a copy of the book.  As always, details are listed at the end of the post.  Make sure you follow the rules to be entered into the contest!

About Lori:

Lori Foster first published with Harlequin in January 1996. Her second book launched Temptation Blaze and her 25th book launched Temptation Heat. Since those early days, Lori has routinely had 6 to 10 releases a year. She’s a WaldenbooksUSA Today,Publisher’s Weekly and New York Times bestselling author with over 50 titles published through a variety of houses, including Berkley/Jove, Kensington, St. Martins, Harlequin and Silhouette.

You can visit Lori around the web here: Website | TwitterFacebook | iTunes App

Want to read more from Lori Foster?

Simon Says Hard To Handle My Man, Michael Back in BlackSawyer Morgan Gabe Jordan CaseyThe Guy Next DoorWhen You Dare Trace of Fever Savor the Danger



“Hmm.” Her eyes narrowed. “That was a mighty quick agreement.”

“But sincere.” At the moment, his biggest concern was her safety. “Spill it.”

“All right.” She went back to rubbing the corduroy, and it was such a sensual thing, her hand moving slowly over the material, that Spencer felt mesmerized. “There’s this restaurant. Well, it’s actually a sleazy bar, but they do serve food during the day, too.”

From any other woman, those words wouldn’t cause much reaction. From Arizona, they boded a looming catastrophe. “What bar? Where?”

“Don’t look like that,” she complained. “Until I know you’re on board, I’m not giving you details. Let’s just say I suspect they’re part of a large-scale trafficking ring and maybe using forced labor. I want to look into it. But I’m not dumb. I know I need some backup.”


Guest Blog – Shedding Light on Human Trafficking

I can’t say that any particular series has affected me in a great way. I’m a writer – I “make up stuff.” I know evil exists, but I also know love is there to help balance it. That said, obviously, after all the research, I’m more aware of human trafficking. It’s HERE, in our cities, our towns, sometimes our own neighborhoods. People you thought were safe, are not. Careers you considered mundane are intricately involved.

I have truck drivers in my family. GREAT guys. Totally trustworthy. Wouldn’t hurt a fly, and would do what they could to defend anyone abused.

Yet in my research I found that many sales of underage girls and captives happen at truck stops. Obviously, all truckers don’t take part, but enough do that it’s a key spot for surveillance when breaking down trafficking rings. I don’t know if the men are ignorant of the girl’s age and/or circumstances. Maybe they think these women are willingly taking part. Maybe they think the underage girls are older. Regardless, it’s unforgiveable.

I also learned that Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore have a *wonderful* organization. “We are committed to forcing sex slavery out of the shadows and into the spotlight. Freedom is a basic human right and slavery is one of the greatest threats to that freedom. No one has the right to enslave another person. Freedom – It’s in our DNA.”

These days, I stop in to get my nails done, and I notice closed doors in the back, women who look like they’ve just awakened. I pass by shabby hotels or read about issues at restaurants, and wonder if one of the rooms is used to house innocents caught up in forced labor. I see kids on the street, and pray that they’re just out and about having fun, getting into the same mischief common to many youths. But I always worry now.


This giveaway is provided by Harlequin

Two winners will each receive a copy of A Perfect Storm by Lori Foster

Available on March 27, 2012 from Harlequin

About the Book:

He never saw her coming…

Spencer Lark already knows too many secrets about Arizona Storm, including the nightmare she survived and her resulting trust issues. But in order to expose a smuggling ring—and continue avenging his own tragic past—the bounty hunter reluctantly agrees to make Arizona a decoy. Yet nothing has equipped him for her hypnotic blend of fragility and bravery, or for the protective instincts she stirs in him.

Arizona wants to reclaim her life, which means acting as bait to lure the enemy into a trap. Sure it’s dangerous, especially with a partner as distractingly appealing as Spencer. But as their plan—and their chemistry—shifts into high gear, Arizona may discover there’s an even greater risk in surrendering her heart to a hero…

Click HERE to read an excerpt

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12 Responses to “Blog Tour: A Perfect Storm by Lori Foster

  1. AmyNo Gravatar

    I really like Lori’s heroes. They’re always really strong and badass. I like that her romantic suspense stories actually have a good suspense plot going on rather than just romance.

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  2. Viki S.No Gravatar

    I really like the her male characters. They’re the kind of guys I’d want to be there for me.

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  3. ShannonNo Gravatar

    I think this book looks great. I really like the twist on this book blog tour Lori is doing. Neat idea to tie into the book. Can’t wait to read it.

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  4. bn100No Gravatar

    I like her strong heroes.

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  5. Tanyaw1224No Gravatar

    I have not read any of Lori’s books yet. I’ve heard good things and would love to read about her male characters. Thanks so much for the chance to win one of her books.

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  6. SharonSNo Gravatar

    wow, I didn’t know that about truckstops, but makes sense. As the mother of two girls this makes my stomach turn. I am glad you posted about this and hope more people become aware.

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  7. Dani HarperNo Gravatar

    Thank you for talking openly about something that doesn’t get nearly enough attention. Many people can’t believe that this really happens in our own country, and maybe even in our own town. I think the book will help — sometimes fiction is the best way to tell the truth!

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  8. KristyNo Gravatar

    I know how you feel with worrying about forced labor with underage girls. The city I live in has quite a few seedy areas, so I’m sure it’s going on around here. Thanks for spreading a light on an often overlooked topic.

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  9. Stéphanie LerouxNo Gravatar

    I’ve never read a book from this series before but I find strong professional men helping women very appealing. I’ll have to try this series out!

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  10. KausarNo Gravatar

    Haven’t read aanyting from Lori Foster. But I would like to read this series

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  11. Jennifer BielmanNo Gravatar

    I haven’t read this series before but I would love to.

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  12. Marlene BreakfieldNo Gravatar

    I haven’t read this series, but it sounds good.

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