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Title: The Assignment

Author: S. Nelson

Series: Massey Security Duet, Book 1

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Day:May 20, 2019

Cover Designer: CT Cover Creations

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Wallowing in grief for too long can be hazardous. It’s why I allowed my brother to talk me into accepting a new client.

Our security firm needed the money, and the endorsement from a famous director could steer our company to new heights.

Then his daughter walked in, the woman I’d be assigned to, and I knew I’d made a huge mistake.

She was a spoiled socialite who only cared about herself.

She pushed every button I had, frayed every last nerve.

I said things I wasn’t proud of.

I pushed the boundaries of propriety.

But how else was I supposed to protect her from the threats against her family when she insisted on being reckless?




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S. Nelson grew up with a love of reading and a very active imagination, never putting pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard until 2013.  Her passion to create was overwhelming and within a few months she’d written her first novel, Stolen Fate. When she isn’t engrossed in creating one of the many stories rattling around inside her head, she loves to read and travel as much as she can.  She lives in the Northeast with her husband and two dogs, enjoying the ever changing seasons.

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