Friday Feature & Giveaway: High Risk by Siena Noble

Title: High Risk by Siena Noble
Risky Business Duet Series Book One
Publisher: Siena Noble
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: Unknown


Caleb Martin. Lost prince of business royalty. The young airline mogul with a reputation for dominance in both the boardroom and the bedroom. But before he was worth billions, he was my first love, and my brother’s best friend. We were supposed to grow old together… until a tragedy ripped us apart.

After six years I thought I’d finally moved on, but fate throws us together again. I try to tell myself he’s just another client, futilely resisting the temptation to mix business with pleasure. But there’s more than just our shared pain keeping us apart. Giving in to temptation could destroy everything we’ve both built in the last six years… but is Caleb worth the risk?

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Author Bio

A proud Pittsburgh, PA area native, Siena Noble has explored and inhabited all kinds of fictional worlds through her writing since age ten. Although she’s always been a sucker for a good love story and possesses an incredibly dirty mind, she never imagined that her publishing debut would be erotic romance. What started as a silly short story idea quickly became something much bigger, a demanding Master of a manuscript whose every whim Siena submitted to.

When she’s not busy reading, writing, binge-watching Game of Thrones, or doing a million other important things, Siena enjoys traveling, archery, and getting lost in the woods (also known as “hiking”). She and her better half/writing buddy/sometimes Sir/sex muse live together in Pittsburgh. Their dream is to relocate to the middle of nowhere and build a castle capable of withstanding the impending zombie apocalypse.

Author Links: Website * Facebook * Twitter * Goodreads


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7 Responses to Friday Feature & Giveaway: High Risk by Siena Noble

  1. Purple Reader

    Sounds good. Ah, the risks we take in business aren’t always of a financial nature.

  2. Cathy French

    Sounds like a good read. Like the cover as well.

  3. Didi

    Interesting premise. I haven’t read this author’s books before but might check this book out now.

  4. Anne

    Captivating and interesting novel. Thanks.

  5. BookLady

    Sounds interesting

  6. Becky Richardson

    Beautiful cover. Sounds like a great read.

  7. Timitra

    Sounds good