Book Tour & GIVEAWAY Of The Danger Game By Caitlyn Nicholas

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Flick likes computers. She’s good with them, and they do what she tells them, mostly. People, however, are more of a challenge.

But when a terrifyingly dangerous program is stolen, and her mentor killed, Flick finds herself on the run. The police are convinced she’s committed murder, and a sinister weapons developer will stop at nothing to force her to work for him.

In Ben’s line of work being suspicious keeps you alive. So when Flick turns to him, he quickly realizes that she’s up to her neck in trouble and hasn’t fully grasped the danger
she is in.

First he has to keep her safe, and then, together, they have to figure out how to save the world from an epic meltdown.

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“It’s your last chance with the Vice Chancellor.”

“I said I’d be there.” Flick didn’t bother to hide her irritation. “I just won the man a million dollar
grant, what more does he want?”

“Your bubbly and fun personality?” There was amusement beneath Andy’s sarcasm.

Flick snorted. “All right. Okay. I’m leaving now.” She growled the words, and hit the off-button on her phone.

They both knew she lied.

She dropped the phone onto the desk. Then, scowling, she clicked on the icon that’d run the Bellona program. It crashed instantly, and took the computer with it.

“Awesome.” She threw herself back into her chair and stared at the ceiling panels, running the changes she’d made to the code through her mind. Realizing it’d be a waste of time to unpick what she’d done, Flick rebooted her computer and went in search of a clean copy of the
program on the backup server.

There were two versions. Usually they only kept one, but she thought nothing of it, and after saving a copy to her hard drive, she opened it up.

She scanned quickly through the code, looking for the section she’d been working on, so preoccupied with figuring out how to manipulate it into doing what she wanted, she nearly missed the strange command, her eye travelled straight past it. But then she hesitated, and
went back to the unusual group of letters. They hadn’t been there before.

A logic bomb? Some little joke Andy was playing?

She ran the command and it brought up a whole section of Bellona that she’d never seen before.

“Bloody hell -” For a moment she simply stared at the screen.

It was no joke.

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Author Bio:

I began writing in 2005. Exhausted, pregnant (sure I was going to expire from morning-sickness) and coping with a demanding toddler, I decided the time was right to embark on a writing career. (In hindsight I may have been suffering from a scorching case of sleep-deprivation).

Still, it kinda worked out. My debut novel - and the first manuscript I'd ever written - Running Scared, was published in January 2007. My next book, Secret Intentions followed. Then I had a short story published in the Mammoth Book of Special Ops Romance (MBSOR) in 2010 - my story is called The Grey Man.

In 2012 my novel Drive Me To Distraction was published, and my novella The Danger Game
came out just before Christmas. My next book, The Bunker, will be published in July 2013.

Author Links:
You can find me online at:  http://www.caitlynnicholas.com
My blog:  http://www.caitlynnicholas.blogspot.com
Twitter:    http://twitter.com/CaitlynNicholas
Fb:  https://www.facebook.com/CaitlynNicholasAuthor
Google plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/105412279044420141735/
Goodreads:    http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/783424.Caitlyn_Nicholas

Buy links:
Amazon:  http://www.amazon.com/The-Danger-Game-ebook/dp/B00AK3GTTI/
Amazon UK:  http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Danger-Game-ebook/dp/B00AK3GTTI/
Kobo:  http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/THE-DANGER-GAME/book-4CHaOFNh70yB3UeAWKA7lg/page1.html?s=shBHL7QvTEeR0uGd3fnOsA&r=1
Nook:    http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-danger-game-nicholas-caitlyn/1114588729?ean=9780857990105
Ibookstore:  https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/the-danger-game/id585508156?mt=11
Or on Goodreads:  http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/16280752-the-danger-game

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  1. Well, it's the last day of the tour and I want to say I've enjoyed following you around, learning more about you and your books. So, thanks for a good time!
    kareninnc at gmail dot com

  2. Hi Karen,
    Thank you for following the tour and for leaving a comment. Have a wonderful & safe Memorial Day weekend :-)


  3. Its been a fun tour, I'm looking forward to reading the book.


  4. Thanks for the great tour, I've really enjoy following along and will have to add this to my TBR list

    fencingromein at hotmail dot com

  5. Caitlyn...You're a new-to-me author so I look forward to reading The Danger Game. As a librarian, I'm always on the look out for new books and authors.
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

  6. Kind of makes me wish I was more computer savvy. A great excerpt thank you.


  7. Thank you all for stopping by and leaving such nice comments. I am glad you enjoyed this book tour.

    Have a wonderful and safe Memorial Day :-)



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