Saturday, July 8, 2017

Title: Headlines & Deadlines
Series: Avery Shaw #7
Author: Amanda M. Lee

Avery Shaw is back on the story, and she’s better – or maybe more bitter – than ever. 
After a brief (but not brief enough, by her estimation) sojourn into sports, Avery finds herself back in the news department. She’s got one thing on her mind: bringing perennial nemesis Tad Ludington to his knees. 
Unfortunately for her, another story pops up, and Avery has to divide her limited attention span to accomplish multiple goals. 
When a local woman goes missing and is later found dead, Avery finds a tangled web of sex, lies and … well … just overall freaky people to focus on. One man is identified by witnesses, but another may be guilty: the woman’s husband. 
When Avery starts investigating, she finds the husband is involved in an underground scene that involves bondage-and-submission sex clubs – something that goes against one intrepid reporter’s very nature. Avery convinces Eliot to take her to a club, and the new world is full of mystery, danger, and a lot of baby oil. 
Between hiding a source, grappling with her family, and an imminent Valentine’s Day that has her stomach in knots, Avery has her hands full. 
When things come to a head, Avery’s life is in danger. Again. Can Eliot and Jake keep her safe? And can Eliot manage to keep his surprise holiday plans under wraps and really give Avery something to remember when the big day finally arrives? 
Only time will tell, and Avery may be running out of it.


Valentine's Day is coming and Eliot is going to surprise Avery, but she has no idea what to get him for the holiday. And when she has a new story that comes up along with trying to take down her nemesis Tad, things get complicated. 

Jake and Eliot have their hands full trying to keep her safe, and she's making it difficult with her determination to the stories she is working on. 

This book was another good addition to the series. I'm totally addicted, and I enjoy it so much. Eliot was awesome in this one, and he had a great surprise for Avery. And Avery was her usual self, but it was awesome to see how she is changing, yet staying the same. I adored it, and I look forward to more. 
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