The Blame Game
The Brook Brother Series
by Tracie Delaney
Publication Date: July 19, 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Their paths were destined to cross.
First she’ll make him hers.
Then she’ll ruin him.
To save his dream, Jax Brook needs a loan—fast.
And the gorgeous, seductive Indie Monroe holds the key to his success.
At first she’s supportive, enticingly so, but as Jax falls deeper under Indie’s spell, he can’t help but wonder at the secrets she won’t share.
Indie hasn’t a mean bone in her body, but family must come first.
For the sins of his father, Jax will pay.
Except Jax isn’t the sinner, she is. And she’s fallen for him.
As their lives collide, Indie begins to have second thoughts about the path she’s destined to walk. However, she isn’t alone in her desire for vengeance. Someone is pulling her strings. And no matter how hard she tugs, they won’t let go.
If he can’t forgive her, will he at least try and save her?
Love is supposed to be strong. Isn’t it?
The Blame Game is the first in a new series that follows four brothers through their lives and loves, trials and triumphs.
About Tracie Delaney
Tracie Delaney writes contemporary romance novels that centre around strong characters and real life problem with, of course, a perfect Happy Ever After ending.
When she isn’t writing or sitting around with her head stuck in a book, she can often be found watching The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones or any tennis match, especially those involving Roger Federer. Her greatest fear is running out of coffee.
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Tracie lives in the North West of England with her amazingly supportive husband and her two crazy Westie puppies, Cooper and Murphy. Any tips on stopping them chewing the furniture would be gratefully received.