PUBLISHED: Unwitting Alliances – Book #1 in the Hunter Blake Series


The first book in the Hunter Blake Series, Unwitting Alliances hit electronic bookstores September 27, 2014 via Smashwords!

If you are intrigued with private planes, helicopters, suspense, action, and a touch of romance, get acquainted with Hunter Blake, a successful actor and private pilot, who has suddenly become the target of an unknown organization seemingly intent on capturing or killing him.  Now forced to take desperate steps to elude his pursuers and find answers to disturbing questions, he initially teams up with Janet Feldman (of Desperate Rescue) in an attempt to thwart his assailants’ sudden relentless and destructive measures.

Unwitting Alliances reveals how seemingly trusted friendships and relationships can at times be manipulated to support another’s ulterior motive.  It isn’t until the intent of some of those affiliations begins to unravel that the shocking truth becomes apparent.  Deceit and corruption form the foundation of an organization with far-reaching implications, including the murder of some key players.

Hunter, his dog Buster, and a handful of old and new-found friends must pull together, develop trust, and forge a new alliance to overcome the devious and corrupted plans of once trusted associates.  Mix that with an unexpected reunion with someone from his past, Hunter comes to the realization that you may not always know a person’s true character – good or bad.  Whatever the outcome he knows his life will never be the same.

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2 thoughts on “PUBLISHED: Unwitting Alliances – Book #1 in the Hunter Blake Series

  1. Gracie… I’m excited for you and thank you for your kind words. I, too, love to write, in fact I’m getting ready to participate (again) in this year’s NaNoWriMo event. If you’ve not done so, I encourage you to check it out: http://nanowrimo.org/. It’s fun and challenging! As for starting your own website/blog, I began using a free WordPress. Eventually I did upgrade so I had a ‘web address’, but starting with the free site worked well and allowed me to ‘get my feet wet’. I’ve played around with different looks (themes) and have occasionally changed it up a bit to keep it fresh. I’d say start simple and allow yourself a little bit of time to find just the right theme, the audience you want to target, and what your writing goals are…and those may change now and then as your grow as a writer/blogger. My focus is on writing novels and my site is geared to that rather than producing copious blogs each month. I use my site to keep followers aware of my writing progress. I’m so glad you stopped by and asked your questions. All my best to you on your writing journey! Feel free to ask more questions or share what you are doing. Write on!

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  2. Awesome blog! Do you have any tips and hints
    for aspiring writers? I’m hoping to start my own site soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you suggest starting with a free platform like WordPress
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    Bless you!

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