September 15, 2014

Release Day Blitz: Mine To Have by Cynthia Eden

at 9/15/2014 12:00:00 AM

Mine To Have
(Mine Series, Book #5)
by Cynthia Eden

New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Cynthia Eden continues her sexy “Mine” romantic suspense series with…MINE TO HAVE.

Is he a hero…or the villain?

When Elizabeth Ward sees Saxon Black rushing into the backroom of The Blade—a low end bar in Miami—she isn’t sure if he’s there to save the day…or just to raise some hell. But she’s being held hostage, and he’s her best hope of survival. Within minutes, she’s away from the jerks with the guns and riding fast and hard on the back of Saxon’s motorcycle. 

Death stalks them.

Saxon has been working undercover for far too long. When he finds sexy Elizabeth—with a gun to her head—he knows he will do anything to keep her safe. But once he gets her away from her abductors, the threat to her isn’t over. Someone has put a price on Elizabeth’s head, and if Saxon can’t keep her safe from the danger stalking her, then she’ll be dead.

Their lives are both on the line.

As their enemies close in, Elizabeth and Saxon must go on the run. And the longer they are together, the hotter their attraction for one another seems to burn. Saxon vows not to let anyone hurt her, no matter what he has to do, because he’s falling fast for Elizabeth. He’ll stop the killers on her trail, and then he’ll have her. Forever.


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“You can let go now.” His voice was the deepest, darkest rumble she’d ever heard, and it

actually took a few seconds for his words to sink in.

When they did, she was horrified. Her hands flew away from him and she shot off 

that motorcycle. A bad move, really, because her thighs were still shaking from the ride, 

and Elizabeth hit the ground. 

Smooth move. 

She pushed up fast, though, and staggered to her feet. Elizabeth tossed away her 

helmet and ran.

Unfortunately, she didn’t get far. A big, strong hand caught her shoulder and 

spun her around. In the next breath, her back was being pushed into the nearby brick wall, 

and Saxon had her hands pinned above her head. He held her easily, her wrists trapped in 

one of his hands. 

“Didn’t we cover this?” he muttered, and his voice, if possible, had gone even 

deeper. “No screaming, no running—”

“No fighting,” she whispered back to him. “You said no...fighting. You never 

said I couldn’t run.”

He laughed then. A sound that was as deep as his voice and sent shivers racing 

over her body. 

A man wasn’t supposed to laugh when a woman was terrified. She knew nothing 

about the guy except for the fact that she’d seen him shoot two men and beat the crap out 

of at least two more. And he’d said he...wanted her.

For an hour.

“Please, let me go.” Elizabeth wasn’t above begging, not then. She just wanted to 

survive that night. To get back to her apartment and pretend this whole terrible nightmare 

had never happened. “I won’t go to the police, I promise. I won’t tell them anything about 


His head came closer to hers. She couldn’t discern much about him in that 

moment, it was too dark, but she’d seen plenty in that terrible little room.

Saxon. He’d been huge, filling that doorway. He had to be at least six foot three, 

and his shoulders had been so wide, his arms heavy with muscles. He wore a faded t-shirt 

and loose jeans. He’d fought with a cold, vicious fury, and he hadn’t even broken a sweat 

when he’d taken down his enemies.

I thought Kurt was scary. He’s nothing compared to this guy.

“I don’t want to let you go.” 

Those words terrified her. No, he terrified her. He leaned even closer. She could 

feel the light stir of his breath against her cheek. She had a flash of being tied in that chair 

and looking up—and into a pair of dark and deadly eyes.

And I asked him for help? A desperate woman would do anything. And she was 
desperate right then.

About the Author

USA Today Best-selling author Cynthia Eden has written over twenty-five novels and novellas. She was named as a 2013 RITA® finalist for her paranormal romance, ANGEL IN CHAINS, and, in 2011, Cynthia Eden was a RITA finalist for her romantic suspense, DEADLY FEAR.
Cynthia is a southern girl who loves horror movies, chocolate, and happy endings.  She has always wanted to write (don’t most authors say that?), and particularly enjoys creating stories about monsters–vampires, werewolves, and even the real-life monsters that populate her romantic suspense stories.

Cynthia’s foreign sales for her books include translations to Japan, Germany, Thailand, Greece, and Brazil.
(Back in the day…) Cynthia graduated summa cum laude from the University of South Alabama where she studied Sociology (because people interest her) and Communication (because she likes to write about said people).  Cynthia has worked as a college admissions counselor, a teacher, and as an editor. But now, Cynthia is thrilled to be spending her days making up stories.
You can find Cynthia at


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