August 7, 2020

Featuring Lacey Devaine from Lacey Goes to Tokyo

Welcome back to 'My Character's Favorite Quote.' This week's guest is Lacey Devaine from Lacey Goes to Tokyo by C.H. Lyn.

"I drop my hand to my side. I meet my own gaze, staring back at me in the glass. I am proud of this body. The strength on the outside that matches my inner strength. I flex my arms, watching the muscles ripple. I tense my core, and the little pudge under my bellybutton hardens like steel. I turn to the side, and the faint outline of stretch marks on my hips catches the light.

I smile. At myself. At my transformation. At my success."

This isn't something the character says out loud, it's her narration during the scene. Lacey goes through the unimaginable in her youth. This section, and this paragraph specifically, illustrates how different she is now. She is not the girl who was abused, she is a strong, powerful woman, more than capable of taking down her enemies.

Lacey Goes to Tokyo by C.H. Lyn

International travel means international danger.

Lacey Devaine is a four-year veteran of a spy ring which fronts as an exclusive escort service, Miss Belle's Travel Guides. Maintaining her cover is Lacey's number one priority to protect the integrity of the operation she works for.

While on assignment in Tokyo, a nosy newspaper reporter threatens to blow the lid off a scandal that will put dozens of innocent lives at risk. To protect her cover, Miss Belle is called in to act on intelligence Lacey has uncovered.

Can these beautiful, intelligent, and deadly women complete this assignment in time and emerge unscathed? Or will this mission be their last?

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  1. Awesome book that will whisk you away to foreign lands where badass women experience things most of us never will. Glace at my review for more and then download the book if you want a thrilling weekend.

  2. Oh my gosh, thank you so much for hosting the book!