Spotlight on romantic suspense Exposed by Rage by Sherrel Lee

I’m starting the week by shining the spotlight on the romantic
suspense novel, Exposed by Rage by
Sherrel Lee.

Sherrel is doing a special book promotion with Goddess Fish Promotions and will be awarding a lucky winner a $15 Amazon or Barnes and Noble
gift card (winner’s choice). To be entered for a chance to win, use the form below. To increase your
chances of winning, feel free to visit her other tour stops and enter there,

A bit about Sherrel:

of a fearsome Yorkiepoo named Rogue (Half Yorkie half Poodle weighing in at a
hefty eight pounds). Obsession controlled writer with a passion for making up
names and twisting myths. 
as the daughter of an Emmy winning cameraman, learned early in life the dark
secrets of creating all those incredible fantasy characters for the large and
small screen.
to be crushed at the discovery the monsters, aliens, and Robby the Robot
weren’t real, Sherrel’s imagination soared. She became a SELF-proclaimed voyeur
of special-effects and expert at fictional character creation.
A little
bit about Exposed by Rage:
has a dead body.  She has the seedy
connections. To solve the crime they are forced to work together.
To keep her mother’s
reputation from destroying her, Ashley Dix Gibson had to learn at an early age
to persevere and tune out the lies, gossip, and the bullies.  Detective Michael DeMarco has no desire to
team up with a woman with ties to the underbelly of the porn industry but if he
wants to solve his case, he has no other options. When Ashley and DeMarco
combine their resources to find a brutal killer, sparks of distrust turn into
the fires of passion.
Excerpt from Exposed by Rage:
I must have been feeling weak,
because instead of rushing out to confront a few of those I wanted to talk to,
I invited DeMarco in.  He’d left Braden
in charge of the scene and didn’t appear to be in a rush to start the reports
he’d have to do.  That thought made me
smile.  For once I wasn’t chained to a
desk for seventy-five percent of the investigation.  I could get used to being out of the Army and
doing things my own way.
“Glad to see the smile.  I know this has been extremely hard on you,”
DeMarco said.  “Want to share?”
“I was thinking about Jillie,
wanting me to come home.  She kept trying
to talk me into the leaving the military. 
It took her death to accomplish that.” 
Hot, wet tears started streaming down my face.  Appalled, I turned away from DeMarco and
stumbled toward the bedroom.  He didn’t
say anything or try to stop me, but he did follow me. When I didn’t collapse on
the bed, he put his arms around me, gave a gently hug and helped me to sit on
the mattress.
Damn.  This was awkward.  The harder I tried to stop crying, the more I
leaked tears.  I don’t cry.  I don’t show emotion, especially to
guys.  I didn’t want to feel the warmth
of his touch and long to put my head on his shoulder.  But I did. 
Before I knew what was happening his lips were on mine and I was holding
him.  Desperate to keep from drowning.
He pushed back, looking into my
eyes.  Reading me like the clichéd open
media links:
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the excerpt.
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