Blog Tour: Stop In The Name of Love by Nina Bruhns

Title: Stop In The Name of Love
Author: Nina Bruhns
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: November 9, 2015

Undercover…or under the covers…?


Undercover vice cop Russell Bridger hates his new assignment doing surveillance on the home of a suspected traitorous spy. That is, until he receives orders to cozy up to the man’s sweet, beautiful neighbor…and find a way to move in with her for the duration. But things don’t go as smoothly—or seductively—as he’d hoped when she tells him she hates cops with a passion and wants nothing to do with him, his lies, or his damn assignment. 

Or under the covers…? 

Cops in Mary Alice Flannery’s family keep dying, and she doesn’t think she can take another shot to her heart. So when the infinitely sexy road crew guy she’s crushing on big time turns out to embody her worst nightmare, she must decide what kind of future she wants…safe and lonely, or wild and dangerous but filled with love?

“While this is the first book I’ve read by this author, it will not be the last. I’ve added her to my must read authors’ list. This one is a must read for romantic suspense fans.” ~ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Star Review from Goodreads Reviewer

“Such a good read!! 100% recommend!! Definitely different than any other contemporary romance novel I have read to date, but so so worth it!!” ~ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Star Review from Goodreads reviewer

“Bridge is muuuuuuy sexy and that whole alpha vibe he has going just plain works!” ~ ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Star Review from Goodreads Reviewer

A woman with a varied and checkered past…

I guess that’s how I’d describe myself.

By profession, I’m really an archaeologist (an Egyptologist) but I’ve worked all kinds of jobs, from real estate to a fabric store clerk to a student counselor at the Fulbright Commission in Stockholm, Sweden. My favorite was a work-study job in grad school (go Maroons!), reorganizing the ancient Egyptian pottery at the University of Chicago’s famous Oriental Institute. The pay was lousy, but holding ceramic jars actually touched by Ramses II and King Tut was awe-inspiring and unbelievably exciting.

I’ve lived all over the USA, and even spent six years in Europe. I love to travel. Maybe because my great-grandfather was an Hungarian gypsy–my only ancestor who was not Danish. A few years back, my family and I moved to Charleston, South Carolina, which has also been a wonderful adventure. It’s amazing here.

I love archaeology, but doing fieldwork in The Sudan, Africa (my area of specialty within Egyptology) was getting dangerous. So when I thought about what I’d like to do instead, I set out to fulfill my lifelong dream of being a writer. Now I have my adventures through my characters. I can give my heroines the thrills and excitement all women dream of having, but I never have to change out of my jammies to do it. My kind of job! Becoming a New York Times Bestselling author is literally a dream come true. It doesn’t get any better than this!

I think much of the appeal of the romance genre is the seductive fantasy it allows women to indulge in safely. A woman whose days are filled with diapers or spreadsheets, PTA or sales meetings, wants to be swept away in a romantic fantasy for a few hours, into a world where she can quench her thirst for love and romantic adventure, and fulfill her dreams of a man who instinctively satisfies her deepest yearnings. I love writing about feisty heroines who do things I would never dare to do in real life. My heroes are dark and dangerous men who ooze sensuality–but who know how to treat a lady. 

After more than 35 books, I’m still loving the adventure. For me, there is just nothing more satisfying than creating a heart-tugging love story alongside a thrill-ride adventure. I hope you agree!

Please, drop me a line! 

I love to hear from readers. Good reading!



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