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Friday, February 28, 2014

Chemical Reaction by Christina Thompson


FBI Agent Joe Roberts and his fiancée, Dr. Madeline Pierce, must track down a rage-producing nano-drug before it devastates the nation.

Staying in Detroit with the FBI, Madeline works to develop an antidote from the confiscated journals. She clashes with the women from Joe’s past. In West Michigan, Joe hunts for the bio-weapon. With a history as a player, he’s worried his relationship with Madeline is at risk. Working apart, they attempt to focus on the threat.

Before Joe returns, agents are killed, Madeline is abducted, and the deadly nano-drug is put on the market. Without the journals, the mastermind needs Madeline to reproduce the drug. While she plays a dangerous game of deceit, Joe struggles to put his fears of losing her aside to find the weapon first. Her life, their future, and the nation’s security are in jeopardy. Joe must now choose between his personal desire and his professional integrity. Can he live with the consequences?

FBI Agent Joe Roberts wants that instant chemistry with a woman like the ones his sisters have with their husbands. After years of searching, he finds it with Dr. Madeline Pierce. The problem—she’s his contact on a dangerous case.

When Madeline discovers an extensive operation of meth production and distribution within her medical research facility, Joe goes undercover as her boyfriend to determine the degree of company involvement. They determine the meth is financing a volatile nano-drug.

The small West Michigan farming town is in turmoil over horrific animal attacks. Someone is experimenting outside the laboratory. Are human test subjects next? With the help of Joe’s sister, Eva, who works at the local clinic, and her law enforcement husband, Matt, Joe and Madeline hunt for this new bio-weapon. Will Joe and Madeline give in to temptation? She thinks he’s playing her like the men from her past. He needs to convince her otherwise.

Chemical Attraction explores sinister scientific research and the intense chemistry of love and lust.

About the author:
Christina Thompson, a retired acupuncturist, enjoys writing about the physical science, the emotional workings of our mind and heart, and the spiritual energy that taps into our passions.

Her degree in biology from Nazareth College in Kalamazoo gave her a love of science and a background into the physical realm of the body. Her diploma in Traditional Chinese acupuncture from Midwest College of Oriental Medicine taught her that the mind and spirit affect the body in powerful ways.

She teaches at the Reflexions Plus Holistic Center on many topics including massage therapy, acupuncture, Feng Shui as well as other modalities of Chinese medicine. She currently resides with her husband, Kraig, in West Michigan.

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Anonymous said...

The cover intrigues me and made me wish to read the story.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Kai said...

I love it when the story has FBI character. I'm big on reading romance books with FBI. Thanks for the giveaway.

Unknown said...

I always find books about integrity and intelligence worth a second glance on the Nook download list. Thank you for sharing this with me, and I'll be sure to pass it along! Lori Parker, Book reviewer & Marketing/PR

Anonymous said...

Filmele si cartile cu agenti FBI sunt ale mele:)) Mi-am cam pus amprenta pe ele de ceva timp...
Sunt preferatele mele, ceea ce inseamna ca trebuie sa fac cumva rost de cartea asta.
Sincera sa fiu, nu mi se pare ca imaginea se asociaza cu descrierea, cu subiectul cartii. Pare mai mult ceva cu vampiri...
In fine, chiar imi place genul acesta de relatie, unde trebuie sa intervina profesionalismul.

Christina Thompson said...

Thanks for your interest in The Chemical Attraction Series. I appreciate the support along my tour. Good luck with the giveaways!

Unknown said...

The cover for the first book attracted me to it, i love the color scheme.

Unknown said...

I love the cover and title. It intrigues me.