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Entangled Publishing’s Deadlock by Cherrie Lynn Scavenger Hunt

To celebrate the upcoming release of Deadlock by Cherrie Lynn on June 25th, Entangled Publishing has arranged a Scavenger Hunt! Follow the links at the end of each stop and collect clues along the way! Click here to start at the beginning of the Scavenger Hunt. At the end, enter your clues to be entered to win the grand prize: a Nespresso Espresso maker and coffee goodies to keep your all-night hacking (or reading) sessions going strong. You might find a few bonus giveaways in hidden links throughout the Scavenger Hunt, too, including print copies of Deadlock!

I’m excited to host an exclusive excerpt from Deadlock!




The hottest kiss she’d ever had, and someone who hated her had given it to her.

He didn’t hate her. He didn’t know her. He hated Lena, and with good reason. She had to remember that.

Her dreams hadn’t all been good. Dark, twisted nightmares had woken her more than once. With each one, she became more convinced something was terribly wrong and she was insane for not bringing the police in.

All of those dreams had involved the horrible things her twin could be enduring right now. But Lena was strong. She could hold her own. It was the only thought that gave Lindsey any comfort, that and the overly optimistic idea that Lena might show up at any moment, vibrant and happy and full of life. Ordinarily, Lindsey was livid upon Lena’s jovial reappearances, but right now, she would give anything to see her that way again.

Leaving her house had become difficult. She was scared.

But the walls had begun to suffocate her, and like it or not, there weren’t very many shopping opportunities left between now and the holidays. Her mother’s chipper voice asked her over the phone every other day if she was getting her shopping done, always worried that she worked too much.

It wasn’t unusual that she hadn’t asked about Lena. They knew her ways as well as Lindsey, if not more so. The only comment she’d made was wondering if she was going to make it for Christmas dinner. Lindsey could only bring herself to reply, “I don’t know. I hope so.”

Tears burned the back of her eyes now as they had then. It hadn’t been a lie, but she hadn’t been forthcoming with the truth, either.

What was she going to do?


Scavenger hunt: Who does Lindsey talk to every other day?


Next stop, Frolic

Deadlock releases June 25th! You can pick it up in paperback from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and wherever books are sold. Add it on Goodreads!


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