Twitter Party: Ignited by Kaylea Cross @KayleaCross #Ignited

The Vacant Chair

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Do you love military romantic suspense?

Come join Kaylea Cross to celebrate the release of Ignited, the first book of her new Titanium Security series, on Tuesday, July 9 from 7-8pm EST!

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I_667x1000When her father is murdered by a Taliban cell in the tribal regions of Pakistan, Khalia Patterson reluctantly steps into his shoes to carry on the legacy of Fair Start Foundation, a non-profit group dedicated to furthering the education of girls. There she meets Hunter Phillips, the ex-SEAL and head of her Titanium security team, and quickly learns that coming to Pakistan might prove to be a deadly decision.

Battling demons of his own, Hunter grudgingly leads Khalia’s protective detail as a favor to his boss. From their first meeting it’s clear she’s going to be trouble, and that the cell that killed her father is hell bent on taking her out as well. Keeping her alive is one of the toughest assignments he’s ever faced, yet through one harrowing situation after another she continually impresses him with her strength and inner courage. Even though he fights his feelings for her, it’s a losing battle. And when the job is over, he doesn’t know how he’ll let her go.

 

Genre: romantic suspense
Tone: suspenseful, intense
Elements/Tags: military romance, romantic suspense, contemporary romance, romance
Series, #: Titanium Security series, #1
Publisher: Kaylea Cross
Pub. Date: July 1, 2013
Format: digital
Words: 82,000

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Meet Author Kaylea Cross:

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Romance Author Kaylea Cross

 

Kaylea Cross writes edge-of-your-seat military romantic suspense. Her work has won many awards and has been nominated for both the Daphne du Maurier and the National Readers’ Choice Awards. A Registered Massage Therapist by trade, Kaylea is also an avid gardener, artist, Civil War buff, Special Ops aficionado, belly dance enthusiast and former nationally-carded softball pitcher. She and lives in Vancouver, BC with her husband and two sons.

Website | Blog | Goodreads | Twitter | Facebook

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Twitter Party Information:

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When: Tuesday, July 9, 2013; 7pm – 8pm EST

What: When her father is murdered by a Taliban cell in the tribal regions of Pakistan, Khalia Patterson reluctantly steps into his shoes to carry on the legacy of Fair Start Foundation, a non-profit group dedicated to furthering the education of girls. There she meets Hunter Phillips, the ex-SEAL and head of her Titanium security team, and quickly learns that coming to Pakistan might prove to be a deadly decision.

Battling demons of his own, Hunter grudgingly leads Khalia’s protective detail as a favor to his boss. From their first meeting it’s clear she’s going to be trouble, and that the cell that killed her father is hell bent on taking her out as well. Keeping her alive is one of the toughest assignments he’s ever faced, yet through one harrowing situation after another she continually impresses him with her strength and inner courage. Even though he fights his feelings for her, it’s a losing battle. And when the job is over, he doesn’t know how he’ll let her go.

Hashtag: #Ignited

Hosts: @KayleaCross | Moderated by: @lit_connect

Prizes:

Pre-registration Prizes:

  • 1 digital copy of Ignited
  • 1 digital copy of Cover of Darkness
  • 1 digital copy of Deadly Descent
  • 1 digital copy of Relentless

Twitter Party Door Prizes:

  • 1 digital copy of Ignited
  • 1 digital copy of Cover of Darkness
  • 1 digital copy of Deadly Descent
  • 1 digital copy of Relentless
  • 1 paperback copy of The Vacant Chair

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Pre-register & be entered for a chance to win one of the pre-registration prizes by utilizing the following widget.

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  • You do not have to pre-register to attend the event!
  • The randomly drawn winners of both the pre-registration and door prizes will be announced during the Twitter party.
  • All winners will have 24 hours to respond in order to claim their winning before a new winner is selected.

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16 Comments

  1. I love series books! I see this is the first in the series, do you have the full series planned out yet?

  2. Hi Kaylea! I am starting on Ignited tonight and cannot wait. I didn’t preregister as I have all your books but wanted to give you a question for the party: Why is it that you write so much about the Middle East in your books? Have you always been intrigued by that part of the world? Congrats on your new series!

    • display driver is up to date already.. But the version it lists is 8.950, biut I still cannot update to 8.970 because AMD install manager says its updated already >.<How do I fix the problem? YUC method did not work, after running YUC, using leshcast installer it installed all AMD software but not the display driver! Thanks for any info, and again love your work, I donated a while back thanks to your BF3 stability fix for UP5 =)arhnksRobeTt

    • Dear Rahul,Thank you for being a dedicated follower. I have got your queries and will definitely try to answer them. Just give me some time as I am busy traveling across India. Once I am back, I’ll definitely try to answer all your queries. And don’t worry about consulting charges, CLC is not my cup of tea and I don’t dabble with stuff that I am not good with. Regards,Vishal Kansagra

  3. What is your favorite genre to read? Favorite genre to write? Do you have any authors that you love that you could recommend to others?

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