Hidden Sins by Karice Bolton
(Luke Fletcher Series #1)
date: June 10th 2014
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Suspense
Luke Fletcher asks himself one simple question. Is she worth dying
His answer is yes.
When Hannah Walker rolls into her new town on fumes, she doesn’t expect her past to catch up to her so quickly. But the moment her card is declined for a lousy cup of coffee, she realizes nowhere is safe, and her life on the run has just gotten more complex.
Luke Fletcher has made it his mission in life to protect. When he meets Hannah Walker, she makes it clear that his services aren’t needed and neither is he, but there’s something in her eyes that tells another story. Once he begins investigating the woman with many names, he realizes one thing is clear. Whoever, she’s running from won’t stop until she’s dead.
Determined to gain Hannah’s trust and break down her walls, Luke begins to share his own history, but where that leads could cost them more than their hearts as the sins of others threatens to destroy them both.
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Karice received an MFA in Creative Writing from the U of W. She has
written fifteen novels and has several exciting projects in the works. Karice
lives with her husband and two English Bulldogs in rainy
Books currently available:
Luke Fletcher Series: Hidden
Sins (Book 1), Buried Sins (Book 2) – coming soon
Beyond Love Series: Beyond
Control (Book 1) Beyond Doubt (Book 2) Beyond Reason (Book 3) Beyond Intent
(Book 4) Beyond Chance, Beyond Promise, and Beyond the Mistletoe coming
Afterworld Series: RecruitZ (Book 1) AlibiZ (Book 2) – October
The Witch Avenue Series: Lonely Souls (Book 1), Altered Souls (Book 2),
Released Souls (Book 3) Shattered Souls (Book 4)
The Watchers Trilogy:
Awakening (Book 1), Legions (Book 2), Cataclysm (Book 3), Taken Novella
Hidden Sins Excerpt #1
I looked into his eyes as his words etched through the many
layers of guilt and confusion that had become my comfort. My gaze fell to his
mouth as he spoke and my mind ran wild with possibilities.
“You aren’t responsible for what’s happened to the people back
at home or out here. You’re doing the best you can and that’s all you can ask of
yourself,” he murmured.
I placed my hand on his shoulder as I leaned my body against
his. “How do you know the right thing to say?” I asked, almost
“Years of therapy.” He smiled, pressing his forehead against
mine, looking down at me.
The rawness of the emotions that swirled through my body was
nothing compared to the feelings of desire I had for this man. The heat from his
body rolled through mine, and I wanted nothing more than to be kissed. He ran
his fingers along my spine as I felt my pulse quicken, his firmness pressing
“The diners might be able to see us,” I
“Then let’s give them a show.”