Meet the Ultimate Femme Fatale & Art Thief in Cline from Incanto Press - WBAY

Meet the Ultimate Femme Fatale & Art Thief in Cline from Incanto Press

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Traditional publisher Incanto Press is releasing Celine as part of their discovery series. Celine takes readers on a international criminal operation that gets even more complicated with the developing relationship between Celine and Pres.

San Francisco, CA, USA (May 8, 2014)Incanto Press (http://www.incantopress.com), announces the publication of Cline by technology entrepreneur Peter B. Miller as part of its inaugural Discovery Series. Each book in the Discovery Series takes readers on a compelling and surprising journey. With Cline, readers are introduced to the world of international art theft and the dark power of a hauntingly beautiful femme fatale.

Cline is the story of Cline, Alexa, and Preston (“Pres”) and the emotional and erotic bonds that connect them. The two women are lovers and members of an international criminal syndicate that steals priceless works of art. Cline meets and seduces Pres who falls in love with this mysterious beauty. He is so blinded by his love he unknowingly becomes a participant in an operation in Switzerland. The nature of Cline’s criminal career and the actions of her associates become a barrier to Pres and Cline’s developing relationship. Can their love survive? Only Cline has the key to that door. Cline is about facing demons, discovering one’s courage, and being transformed through the power of transcendent love.

Cline reaches deeply into the history and soul of its characters, exposing their motivations and inner world unlike any other story. It explores the fabric of their complex relationships that transgress boundaries of morality and identity. Ranging over two continents from San Francisco to Paris to Zurich to New York, the characters’ dreams, fantasies, and erotic entanglements along with unexpected plot twists create a powerful sense of revelation for the reader.

Peter B. Miller is an experienced entrepreneur, technologist, and world traveler. Raised in New York City, he now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Cline is his first novel.

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