A 99Cent ebook sale from Constance Bretes

Operation Code Name: Desert Love by Constance Bretes

Her best hope for survival is the one man she never wants to see again.

Clarissa Maasen is a humanitarian relief worker who’s stationed in Afghanistan. When she and two of her coworkers are kidnapped by insurgents and held hostage, she can only hope that her father, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will send his best men to rescue them—more specifically, Len Roberts of the Delta Force.

The last time Len saw Clarissa, it did not end on good terms. But he will risk his life to rescue this woman who is never far from his thoughts.

Can he rescue her in time? And will they be able to control the passion erupting between them?

Content Warning: contains sexual content

Universal Buy Link:  https://books2read.com/u/3Gvola

A little about Constance Bretes:

  Constance started writing contemporary romance and romantic suspense fifteen years ago. She was born and raised in Michigan. After working for the State of Michigan for 38 years, she retired. She and her husband moved to Montana and lived in the mountainside of a small town. There, locked in her office overlooking the mountains, was where this story, Operation Code Name: Desert Love, was written. After living in Montana for three years, they moved to Alabama with her cat, Sunny, who owns both her and her husband. Her hobbies include basket weaving, reading mafia romance books, diamond painting, and fiddling at the piano. 

Constance’s Website: www.constancebretes.com 

Reader eMail: cbretes@constancebretes.com  

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4 responses to “A 99Cent ebook sale from Constance Bretes

  1. MJ Schiller

    What a gorgeous cover! Love the premise, and at that price, who could resist? I scooped it up immediately and can’t wait to read it!

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  2. Connie, congratulations on your new release. I’m curious about your basket weaving and diamond painting. I am pleased to have your new book for such a bargain price. Thank you!

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