A Necessary Lie Cover Reveal 

A NECESSARY LIE 

by Lucy Farago

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Pub Date: 7/27/2017

The Investigative Collection Unit is

one of the world’s most renowned agencies, solving cases with—or

without—the law on its side. And the Unit’s men are special

agents in more ways than one, with secrets that can make or break

them—and the hearts of those who fall for them . . .

He’s known only as Cowboy. A

successful rodeo star with a string of women behind him, the ICU has

given him a chance to stay put instead of constantly running

away—from the past, from love, from the blood on his hands. And

he’s not going to screw that up, even if it means going back home

to Texas to investigate the disappearance of the woman who made him

start running in the first place . . .

The political exposé of a popular

senator should have been Grace Irvine’s story, but she thought it

would be good for her best friend Jessie’s career. Now, Jessie is

missing and Grace will do anything to find her. But her path keeps

crossing with a mysterious and charismatic cowboy who has his own

reasons for finding Jessie. And as intrigue draws Grace and Cowboy

deeper into danger, passion starts to play by its own rules—making

promises it might not be able to keep . . .

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Lucy Farago knows there is nothing like

a happy sigh at the end of a good book. With the encouragement of her

loving husband, she wrote her first manuscript. An unpublished

historical, it sits in a file on her computer, there to remind her

how much fun she had learning the craft and becoming part of an

industry whose books make you believe anything is possible. A big fan

of Agatha Christie, she set out to write her first romantic suspense

novel. Thrilled to be a published author, Lucy also teaches yoga,

enjoys cooking, and saying what other people are thinking. In her

fantasy world, her beautiful Siberian husky, Loki, doesn’t shed and

her three kids clean up after themselves . Alas, that fantasy will

never see fruition.

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