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Publisher:  Avalon ISBN-10:  0803477546 Type: 


Copyright:  April 24, 2010 ISBN-13:  9780803477544

In Tell-All, New York City writer Kat Callahan is just finishing an unauthorized biography on Hollywood's Golden Couple, Alex and Victoria Janssen, when she meets a cowboy from Colorado who, unbeknownst to her, is actually Alex Janssen's brother, Luke, dead-set on stopping the book by any means necessary.

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New York City writer Kat Callahan is just finishing an explosive unauthorized biography of Hollywood's Golden Couple, Alex and Victoria Janssen, when they mysteriously disappear along with their 7-year old son.  Kat's pulisher is now hot on her heels to complete the book, eager to cash in on the free publicity surrounding their disappearance. 

Little does Kat know the charming cowboy who's just strolled into her life is actually Alex Janssen's brother Luke, dead-set on stopping the book.  He knows it will reveal a fiercely guarded secret that could destroy the lives of all four Janssens.  Now he'll stop at nothing to ensure that doesn't happen -- even if it means using love as a weapon. 


The man in the blue windbreaker leaned against the building, his eyes intent on the tall redhead across the street. Oblivious to him, she walked out the glass doors of the fancy-schmancy high-rise, ‘Winslow Publishing’ printed on the awning in swirling green letters.
The man glanced up at the dark clouds gathering overhead and pulled the hood of his jacket up around his face as the first drops fell. He took a sip of cold coffee from his Styrofoam cup, pulled out his cell phone and pushed the redial button.
“It’s me,” he said gruffly into the phone. “Alice has left the tea party. Repeat, Alice has left the tea party.”
An impatient rush of air came through from the other end. “Spare me the drama, OK?”
The man huffed. “It’s code, not ‘drama’. It helps to--”
“Fine. Thanks for the update. Call me the second she gets off the sub--”
“But I was about to go home,” the man interrupted, his officious tone dropped in favor of a high-pitched whine. “It’s raining. Can’t you just--”
“Look, I don’t care if a friggin’ Category 5 hits. Just do your job.”
Now it was the man’s turn to let out an irritated breath. Unfortunately, the line went dead mid-sigh. No satisfaction.
He took one last sip of coffee then threw the cup at the trashcan by the curb. Of course he missed.
* * *
Luke Janssen put down his cell phone, shaking his head. If there was one thing he hated more than yellow journalists and summertime in Manhattan it was incompetence from his employees.
He should have fired that so-called ’Private Investigator’ the first time he’d switched on the whiny mode. It made the man sound like a five-year old.
Knowing time was short, he got back to the matter-at-hand, ripping up sheet after sheet of yellow lined paper into tiny unreadable pieces, taking tremendous satisfaction in the sound of every long tear, knowing each one helped delay the publication of that wretched book.

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I have to say, Tell All was a spectacular read. The sizzling physical attraction between Kat and Luke found me catching my breath and thinking "whew, is it hot in here?". The sweet things that Luke did for Kat really tugged at my heartstrings and I fell in love with his character even more if that was even possible. Why can't real life men be just like Luke?

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