Fatal Mistake by Iris Bolling

Fatal Mistake: A Brooks’ Family Values Novel 

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Can you have love without trust?

Sports-Agent Nicholas Brooks will never forgive himself for compromising his clients. It was rare, but he placed his heart and trust in the hands of a woman who not only deceived him, but wiped out his client’s bank account.

It was a sting operation gone bad. There was no other way Erika Kennedy could explain what happened. Oh…she got what she wanted, she always did. But this time she made a fatal mistake…she fell in love with the target.

She was getting over it, until her brother came to her for help. Now she has to face the man she betrayed.  Will Nick help, or handcuff her on sight?

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Iris BollingAbout Iris Bolling:

Iris Bolling was born in Richmond, Virginia, has a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Management. She is currently a Workforce Development Trainer with the Commonwealth of Virginia, providing management training and professional development consultation for the state workforce.

To combine the areas in her life she enjoys the most, education, politics and romance, Iris Bolling penned her first manuscript, Once You’ve Touched the Heart, which was release in March 2008. Since that time she has released five additional books in The Heart Series. The Heart Series, which consist of The Heart of Him, Look into My Heart, A Heart Divided, A Lost Heart and The Heart, have captivated the eyes and heart of readers.

In May of 2011, Iris introduced a new cast of Characters in her novel Night of Seduction/Heaven’s Gate. The Pendleton Rule, which was released in February of 2013 the sequel.

In April of 2010 Iris was named Debut Author the Year, at the Romance Slam Jam Conference. Her novel, Once You’ve Touched the Heart was voted the Readers Choice Award with Shades of Romance Magazine for, Romance Book of the Year. Iris was voted Romance Author of the Year and Author of the Year. Her novel A Lost Heart was nominated Romantic Suspense Novel of the Year, at the 2011 Romance Slam Jam. In 2012, her novel, The Heart won Hero of The Year for her character Al “Turk” Day. Showing the ability to continuously introduce award winning novels, Iris’s introduction of her new series, Gems & Gents, titled, Teach Me won The Heroine of The Year at the 2013 Emma Awards for her character Diamond Lassiter. She just completed season one of The Heart Television Show.

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