Spotlight on Finder’s Keepers by PG Forte + Excerpt + Contest!

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I LOVE science fiction and I’m excited to tell you about PG Forte’s new erotic romance, Finder’s Keepers.

It had me at bionic soldier… and that cover. Yum! Sooo It’s on my TBR stack and I’m hoping to get to it soon. 😉

Don’t miss the excerpt! *points down* Check it out and be sure to enter for a gift card!

(((hugs))) Kat

The Queen of Tarts


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Release date: Dec. 10, 2012 |
Publisher: Loose Id LLC
PG Forte (Author)
ISBN: 1623000890 |
ISBN-13: 9781623000899 |
Format: eBook
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Space Opera, Menage, Romance, Erotic Romance

Sometimes finding what you want is the easy part.

Caleb is a bionic soldier with little-to-no memory of his past. He’s seeking the truth about himself and those missing memories.

Aldo’s an undercover cop who just might have the answers to Caleb’s questions. But if Caleb’s the man Aldo thinks he is, how can he let him get away a second time?
Then there’s Sally; she’s an ER physician who used to be married to Aldo’s late partner, Davis. Sally’s not dealing with widowhood very well. In fact, it’s getting harder, every day, just to find a reason to keep getting out of bed. If the truth about the men’s shared past comes to light, she could lose them both. Along with her last, best reason to go on living.
This holiday season, chance will bring them together and give them an opportunity to help one another find what they each want most. But every gift comes with a price. And keeping what they’ve found once they’ve found it? Yeah, that’s gonna be the hard part.


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Finders Keepers

Copyright © PG Forte

Chapter 1 Except


            Detective Aldo Nash could almost hear his brain humming as it worked to categorize the myriad scents tingeing the cool night air, cedar and sea-spray, dry asphalt, cooling car engine and, most potent of all, the warm, aroused flesh of the man whom Aldo had pinned beneath him.

Aldo slid practiced hands over the slim, partially clad form and the man moaned softly in response, his whole body writhing instinctively closer as he arched into Aldo’s touch. The detective pulled in another, heady lungful and smiled in contentment. On nights like these, he purely loved his job.

He couldn’t say working undercover for the Oakland PD had exactly been a life-long dream, but Aldo’s brief stint in the army had left him uniquely qualified for it just the same. As it happened, he also derived a lot of satisfaction from knowing he was working to prevent future crimes from happening, rather than just solving those that had already occurred. He got to be proactive, to stay one step ahead of the bad-guys rather than the other way around. But the bottom line was proficiency. He was damned good at what he did.

Not to take anything away from any natural ability to dissemble he might have inherited from his actress mother, but most of his success was due, in no small part, to all the experimental drugs he’d been given by the military. His consciousness had been purposely and methodically expanded and his brain reconfigured to the point where he could easily exert control over his brain-waves and sympathetic nervous system. In a world where just about every criminal, from the capo dei capi of large, multi-national drug cartels to the lowliest of hood-grown thugs, had their own psi-ops tech on speed-dial, that kind of advantage was a definite point in Aldo’s favor. No matter how skillful said techs might be at worming their way into other people’s minds and tunneling through their thoughts, with him they could only read what he wanted them to read.

Of course, there were also things about his job he didn’t like. The hours were murder since, apparently, crime rarely slept and when it did its schedule was crap. The regular de-briefings with their in-no-way-optional mind-scrubs were a major headache. Literally. Worst of all, the company he was forced to keep generally sucked, and not in that good kind of way.

That wasn’t the case at the moment, however. No, when it came to his present company, Aldo had absolutely no cause for complaint. Tonight’s operation had him working in tandem with a new partner, an agent on temporary loan from some alphabet agency; Aldo wasn’t sure which one. He hadn’t asked. He didn’t care. As far as he was concerned, it didn’t much matter. The agent would be gone soon, either way, and unless Aldo had missed his guess, a possibility he considered most unlikely, his new partner had been chosen for this assignment based solely on his looks. And Aldo was certainly not unhappy with those either.

He had no idea whether the other man had had his appearance surgically altered, chemically enhanced, or a little of both; and that was something else he sure as hell didn’t care about. Hot was hot and Special Agent Caleb Mitchell was just about the hottest thing Aldo had seen in a good long while.

Standing at a hair under six feet, Caleb was just a couple of inches shorter than Aldo. He had fair hair, full lips, broad shoulders atop a dancer’s slim build and everything about him, from his features to his proportions, was a little too perfect to be real. If the man had a flaw anywhere, Aldo had yet to find it, and not for any lack of searching. Despite the fact they were both pushing forty, only Aldo looked his age. Special Agent Mitchell had obviously been the recent recipient of some highly-classified and no doubt heavily-restricted cell de-aging therapy, giving him the appearance of a man a good two decades younger than his current chronological age, the lucky bastard.

Although, on second thought, maybe it was Aldo who’d lucked out; he got to look at the bastard, after all.

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PGForteMore PG:

I wrote my first serialized story when I was still in my teens.  The sexy, adventure tales were very popular at my oh-so-proper, all girls, Catholic High School, where they helped to liven up otherwise dull classes.

Even if my teachers didn’t always think so.

Originally a Jersey Girl, I currently reside in California with my husband and soulmate, our two young adult kids and a random assortment of animal companions.

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10 Replies to “Spotlight on Finder’s Keepers by PG Forte + Excerpt + Contest!”

  1. Best holiday gift I received was a Scrabble game board, My mom gave it to me when I was a child and that started my love for word games and for reading. 🙂

  2. My Kindle was definitely the best holiday gift I ever received. Just because I had to buy it for myself doesn’t take away our bond any! LOL

    Thanks for the giveaway. Your cover is absolutely stunning.

    Best wishes,

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