Thursday, October 1, 2020

Release+Review-Carrera Cartel-Cora Kenborn


By Cora Kenborn

Release Date: October 1

Delve into the dark. The Carreras are waiting... Do you dare?

From USA Today bestselling author Cora Kenborn comes three full-length dark mafia romance novels from the Carrera Cartel Trilogy and Stained White Lines, an explosive brand new bonus novel, ONLY available in the collection. 

Blurred Red Lines
A word whispered in fear and respect. A name to avoid at all costs. 
Until I see something I shouldn't and come face-to-face with it.
Abducted. Held against my will. A prisoner of a war I know nothing about.
But my kidnapping is more than a case of mistaken identity, and my captor is more than a stranger.
He's the heir to the devil.

Faded Gray Lines
I never meant to start a war.
Then I fell for the boy my mother warned me about.
A soulless killer for the Carrera Cartel.
We were the virgin and the villain. The debutante and the devil.
He swore we'd end in ruin. I swore love would conquer all.
I was wrong.

Drawn Blue Lines
Brody Harcourt exposed me as a fraud, turning me from a queen into a pariah. 
Now there will be hell to pay.
But I'm back for more than revenge. More than blood. 
My eye is on the prize.
The Carrera throne. 

Stained White Lines
Every great rivalry has a beginning.
Ours was my sister’s wedding.
An event that masked the joining of empires.
Betrayal changed everything.
Carrera. Santiago.
One bullet started a war. 
Two stained our history red. 

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Meet Cora Kenborn:

Cora Kenborn is a USA Today Bestselling author who writes in multiple genres from dark and gritty romantic suspense to laugh-out-loud romantic comedy. Known for her sharp banter and shocking blindsides, Cora pushes her characters and readers out of their comfort zones and onto an emotional roller coaster before delivering a twisted happily ever after.

Cora believes there's nothing better than a feisty heroine who keeps her alpha on his toes, and she draws inspiration from the sassy country women who raised her. However, since the domestic Southern Belle gene seems to have skipped a generation, she spends any free time convincing her family that microwaving Hot Pockets counts as cooking dinner.

Oh, and autocorrect thinks she's obsessed with ducks.

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