Slater's Revenge

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Former vice cop Mackenzie Baudin is at the top of criminal organization Coercion Ten’s hit list. If they get hold of her, she’ll be leveraged against her uncle, director of OPAQUE’s special ops force. She’s now saddled with agent-protector Josh Slater. He might be hotter than ever, but she’ll never forgive him for walking out on her ten years ago. Unfortunately her penthouse, which is now his domain, is way too small for the both of them.

No one else knows better than OPAQUE agent Josh Slater how to thwart Coercion Ten. After all these years, he's closing in on the crime boss who bought his father for a bank account, but, that entails returning to his hometown to protect his boss's niece. The only woman he ever loved. Sexy, gorgeous Macki, who he was forced to leave behind. And he can never tell her why.

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Claudia Shelton thought she wrote mainstream when she began writing, but before long, a critique partner told her she sounded more like romance. Since then, she's focused on happily-ever- after with a splash of suspense, always featuring Alpha males and the women strong enough to love them. Her advice, always remember that a warm cup of cocoa in the winter or a cool drink by the water in the blazing heat will make your day a little brighter. She is a two-time finalist in the Daphne Du Maurier (Unpublished) awards for excellence in mystery and suspense. Visit Claudia at: http://www.claudiawriting.com/
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Entangled: Amara
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Published on
Mar 26, 2018
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Pages
341
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ISBN
9781640635449
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Noir
Fiction / Romance / Suspense
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Praise for Blind Spots

"Shelton's open and candid style inspires trust among readers.Management teams and those making career choices can push theireffectiveness up a notch with her skilled approach to facing blindspots and moving beyond them."
—Rick McNutt, Executive Vice President, National CityBank

"Blind Spots gives individuals a comprehensive, but verymanageable, set of tools and strategies to see themselvesdifferently. The stories of people whose lives have been changed byShelton's principles and techniques enhance the strategies shepresents. This is a compelling book with the power to improve livesdramatically."
—Eleta A. Jones, PhD, LPC, Assistant Director, Center forProfessional Development, University of Hartford

"Shelton's approach to identifying blind spots goes to the heartof effective leadership. Such interest arose from this work thatrequests poured in for not only follow-on training regardingBlind Spots, but also for developmental coaching. Six monthslater, people are still talking about Blind Spots."
—Jack Bergquist, Vice President, Kaman Aerospace

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—Marilyn Nemarich, entrepreneur and owner, Marilyn's Pies

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—Jane Hunt, Assistant Vice President for ExecutiveDevelopment, The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.

Praise for Blind Spots

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—Rick McNutt, Executive Vice President, National CityBank

"Blind Spots gives individuals a comprehensive, but verymanageable, set of tools and strategies to see themselvesdifferently. The stories of people whose lives have been changed byShelton's principles and techniques enhance the strategies shepresents. This is a compelling book with the power to improve livesdramatically."
—Eleta A. Jones, PhD, LPC, Assistant Director, Center forProfessional Development, University of Hartford

"Shelton's approach to identifying blind spots goes to the heartof effective leadership. Such interest arose from this work thatrequests poured in for not only follow-on training regardingBlind Spots, but also for developmental coaching. Six monthslater, people are still talking about Blind Spots."
—Jack Bergquist, Vice President, Kaman Aerospace

"When I recognized my blind spots that made me underestimate myentrepreneurial strengths, I was able to move forward to launch asuccessful company. This book is a must for building resilience toface the challenges of a start-up."
—Marilyn Nemarich, entrepreneur and owner, Marilyn's Pies

"This book can teach you how to see inside yourself. As I wasreading it, I kept thinking of the song On a Clear Day You Can SeeForever. Learning about your blind spots leads to clear sight,which can create possibilities for innovation and growth."
—Jane Hunt, Assistant Vice President for ExecutiveDevelopment, The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.

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*Author Expertise. John Pellitteri is Professor and Director of the Graduate Program in School Counseling Queens College (CUNY). A former school counselor, he is a leading researcher in the area of emotional intelligence. Barbara Ackerman is a K-5 school counselor and retiring Vice President of the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) Elementary School Division. Claudia Shelton has been a school counselor in grades 6-12 and currently heads a firm specializing in professional development for schools. Robin Stern is an adjunct associate professor and researcher at Columbia Teachers College and a specialist in social emotional learning for the New York City Board of Education.

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