Calling on Quinn by Blue Saffire
From the author of Brothers Black comes a sexy interracial romance that is “unputdownable” and has enough heat “to have readers hooked.” —Publishers Weekly
Keeping her safe means keeping her close…
I’m a private investigator, part of a big Irish family, and a no-nonsense kind of guy who knows what I want. And what I want more than anything is Alicia Rhodes. Beautiful, Black, opinionated, and self-assured Alicia Rhodes, the woman I can’t stop thinking about. But I’m also on a dangerous case and leaving her exposed is the last thing I want to do.
The solution is easy. Stick to Alicia like glue and make it clear that I’m not letting her out of my sight. She doesn’t need me following her around, but I can’t help it. And when trouble comes knocking, I need to convince Alicia that it’s okay to ask for help, because I will always protect my own.
In Deep by Blue Saffire
I’ll do anything to protect what’s mine…
The last thing I needed was a call from my old precinct letting me know my knucklehead nephew had been picked up for skipping class. Still, I figured it would be an in-and-out visit. Quick. Simple. But the moment I heard her voice, I should’ve known it would be anything but easy.
I wasn’t expecting the feelings that came roaring back the moment I laid eyes on the saucy detective with the gorgeous smile, but I probably should’ve seen it coming. Our history is one for the books, and it's a page-scorcher. And now here she is, standing in my way, and I can’t seem to remember why I ever let her leave my side.
It looks like the sparks between me and Detective Danita Moralez are as intense as ever, but she’s also more guarded than before. Two years ago, she walked out of my life because she wasn’t willing to reveal the dangerous truth about her undercover work. This time, she’s not going to get away so easily.
What People Are Saying About Blue Saffire:
”Unputdownable romance…A cliff-hanger ending, thrilling action, and plenty of heat are sure to have readers hooked."
—Publishers Weekly starred review for Calling on Quinn
“Full of raw emotion and heat, Blue Saffire’s stories will rip your heart out.”
—Jeannie Moon, USA Today bestselling author
About the author:
Blue is a color synonymous with trust, you can rest assured that you can trust author Blue Saffire to take your emotions on a journey that will hook you in and create your next addiction. Blue started writing books to heal herself after losing her mother to breast cancer in 2007, followed by a miscarriage only eight months later. Books and words were one of the things that held her together.
As a young girl, Blue’s mother introduced her to the world of love and music through movies like Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Bye Bye Birdie, and Neptune’s Daughter. Once she got her hands on books that sucked her into the magic that pages bring, an authoress was born. A story here, a few songs there, but she actually didn’t complete a manuscript until 2009.
However, books were piling up and collecting dust as fear clung and whispered evil thoughts. Yet, fear was silenced in 2015. Needing to write in order to breathe and wanting to share, Blue Saffire rose from the ashes and entered the world. Blue is now an award-winning, bestselling author of over thirty contemporary romance novels and novellas.
She writes with the intention to touch the heart and the mind. Blue hooks, weaves, and loops multiple series, keeping you engaged in her worlds. Whether writing as Blue Saffire or Royal Blue every word is meant to have a lasting touch that leaves you breathless for more.
The self-proclaimed hermit was born in Far Rockaway, NY, but is now a Long Island resident with her loving and supportive husband. The two work round the clock creating music and characters. There is no shortage of laughter or creativity in their home.
Never in a million years did she think the passion that saved her sanity would allow her to walk around with blue hair and spend her days dreaming of hot men to put on paper. After all, an MBA in Marketing and Project Management, as well as a MED in Curriculum Design and Instructional Technology, tell a very different story. Although, it’s safe to say this author would rather be doing something Blue with her time.