**RELEASE BLITZ** Betrayed by Lies by Rebecca Shea

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Fall into the deliciously dark world where the line between good and evil becomes blurred.


USA TODAY bestselling author Rebecca Shea brings you the third title in her thrilling and sexy romantic suspense Bound & Broken Series, BETRAYED BY LIES.Grab your copy of BETRAYED BY LIES today, and don’t miss the first two books in the series, BROKEN BY LIES and BOUND BY LIES




From the USA Today bestselling author of the Unbreakable series, comes a sexy, heart-wrenching novel…Betrayed by Lies.

As an ATF agent, bringing down the Estrada cartel has been my sole mission. I’m a skilled agent, determined and fearless, but a relentless pursuit and a willingness to risk everything almost killed me.

A year later, when an opportunity in Los Angeles presents itself, I jump at the chance to start over and rebuild the career and life I almost lost.

Kate Stevens was not part of my new plan. I never expected she would be the one to save me from my past. She was exactly what I needed—smart, beautiful and independent. I finally have a future I look forward to.

Only nothing in my life ever goes according to plan. Losing Kate is not an option, but fate seems poised to ruin me, and there isn’t a damn thing I can do about it.

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4TLOReading Reviews

Lou’s review 

Firstly I need to say that i honestly think you should read books 1 & 2 of this series first. Simply to experience the whole thing! This is such a great set of books, they should be read in order to experience the characters fully. 

Rebecca Shea is a brilliant writer and this book was no exception. In this story we meet Sam (who we are well acquainted with from books 1 & 2, so I was really really pleased that he has been given his own story. It takes off 18 months from when book 2 ended, and reading the previous books really helps to feel the character and his motivations. 

We also meet Kate Stevens in this story. Sam has moved to Los Angeles, with a new ATF agent job, and is starting afresh in a new city without the reminders of his past. When he find somewhere to live, it is in the guesthouse at Kate’s house. 

I loved the insta-love connection between these two characters in this book. Sometimes the insta-love can seem a little over the top in some books but it worked perfectly in this story. I loved the chemistry and connection between the characters, and loved the alpha male side of Sam which came out in this story. I feel in love with him even more!

There isn’t much ‘action’ in this book, but still plenty of events to keep the pages turning adding just the right amount of angst and emotion. It was sweet, sexy and romantic. 

A wonderful ending to a super series! My only complaint is that it wasn’t long enough & I would have liked a bit more about Kate and her past and also her friendship with Kandi!!! Having said all of that…. that epilogue is pure PERFECTION!!! Loved it!

**** 4.5 Stars ****

Lou xx
Donna’s Review 

Although book 3 can be read as a standalone I wouldn’t recommend it as you meet the MC in book 2 and find a lot about the character and his backstory in this book. But what a wonderful addition to a great series. 

This book is based on Sam, who as I said we met in book 2 and know a great deal about, therefore this book focuses more on the most recent and not a lot of detail is given about who he was etc. The same is also said for that of Katie there is not a great detail of history for her and I feel that we could potentially be missing information. Although this does not take away from the enjoyment of the book. 

I loved the insta connection and the fact that Sam got his own book it was definitely a great story although it left me wanting more. 

3.5 / 4 Stars 

Donna xx




She shakes her head and laughs. “I don’t judge. It sounds to me like your therapy has helped you see what it is you need versus what you thought you wanted, and I’m so happy you’ve recovered from your injury and you’re able to return to work. So many agents aren’t as lucky as you.” There’s a spark of sadness in her eyes. A look that only the friends and family of those in law enforcement get when they think of those who aren’t as fortunate as I am.

I nod in agreement. “Which is why I was excited to take this opportunity here in L.A. with your brother. He’s giving me another chance to prove myself. California is a fresh start for me.” I smile at her and she smiles in return, and it’s soft, caring, and does things to me that I’m not sure I’m ready for.

“So what do you do?” I ask, turning the questions on her. I’m done spilling my garbage. I want to hear about her.

She drops her eyes from mine and takes another drink of wine before resting it on her thigh. “I’m an attorney. I do corporate law, mostly negotiating and reviewing contracts. It’s extremely boring to someone who’s not interested in legalese, but it keeps me busy and it pays well.” She shrugs.

“Do you ever end up in court?”

“No. Ironically, if there is ever litigation, we typically hire outside counsel. Sounds weird, doesn’t it?” She scrunches her nose up and smiles.

“Not really.” I shake my head. “I get why. You’re an expert at what you do. The attorneys you hire are experts in litigation. Everyone does what they do best.”


Our conversation slows, but it’s not uncomfortable in the silence. We both relax in the quiet and jut ‘be’. There’s something to be said for that level of comfort when you’re in the presence of someone else.

“So, when do you think you’ll be moving in?” she asks.

“I’m having some stuff delivered this weekend, so I hope Saturday is okay?” I raise my eyebrow at her, hoping it’s not an inconvenience.

She smiles. “Saturday is perfect.”

“I’m still waiting on a truck from Phoenix, so that’ll be sometime next week, but I’m ready to get out of that hotel. Speaking of that hotel, I really should get going. It’s getting late, and I didn’t mean to keep you up.” I stand up and she follows suit. We both carry our empty glass and beer bottle to the kitchen, and Kate swipes something off the center island.

“This is the key for the house.” She dangles the ring on her pointer finger. “You can have your alarm system installed anytime. If you need anything secured before then, I have a safe and an alarm on this house. You’re welcome to keep anything in here.”

“I appreciate that.” The soft tips of her fingers brush against my palm as she places the key in my hand.

“See you Saturday,” she says, her voice barely above a whisper.

“See you Saturday,” I return. For the first time in a long time, I have something to look forward to.



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Author Photo - Rebecca SheaABOUT REBECCA SHEA:

Rebecca Shea is the USA Today Bestselling author of the Unbreakable series (Unbreakable, Undone, and Unforgiven) and the Bound and Broken series (Broken by Lies and Bound by Lies). She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her family. From the time Rebecca could read she has had a passion for books. Rebecca spends her days working and her nights writing, bringing stories to life. Born and raised in Minnesota, Rebecca moved to Arizona in 1999 to escape the bitter winters. When not working or writing, she can be found on the sidelines of her sons’ football games, or watching her daughter at ballet class. Rebecca is fueled by insane amounts of coffee, margaritas, Laffy Taffy (except the banana ones), and happily ever afters.



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