posted on September 28, 2017 by Tee O'Fallon

Sometimes, Being a Hero Means Doing the Wrong Things for the Right Reasons

By Tee O’Fallon

That’s one of the underlying themes in DISAVOWED, the third and final in my NYPD Blue & Gold Series. Detective Dom Carew is about to embark on the most dangerous undercover op of his life. Intentionally falling from grace, Dom is disavowed by his own department in order to infiltrate an international group of assassins. Love has no place in his world, but when sassy Daisy Fowler’s life is threatened, he’ll destroy anyone in his path to protect her.

I usually have an inspirational picture in mind when I create my heroes and what their physical attributes will be…hair and eye color, height, weight, etc. So, when I created Dom Carew, I thought: Who better to be the inspiration for a Thor-surfer dude look, than Chris Hemsworth? Hemsworth has an incredible body, to be sure, plus blond hair and blue eyes, but he also has an intense, brooding look that beautifully personified Dom.

Another continuing them in all the books of this series is Belgian sheepdogs. LOVE this breed. Belgians are beautiful, intelligent, loving, and so much fun to be around, they constantly have me in stitches. In my first book, BURNOUT, Raven is a Belgian sheepdog and former K9. In the sequel, BLOOD MONEY, Raven is about to give birth to a litter of pups. At the end of DISAVOWED, one of Raven’s puppies helps my heroine, Daisy, find much-needed courage during a dark time in her life.

While both my beloved Belgians have passed, they will always be part of my heart and soul. Guess my editor picked up on that when she suggested I write a K9 series. So that, my friends, is next on my agenda!

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by Tee O’Fallon

Only she can bring him to his knees

NYPD Detective Dom Carew can’t forget the violent way his lover was killed in Afghanistan fifteen years ago. The pain and trauma of her death still haunt him, and since then he hasn’t let a woman under his skin. Until one incredible, hot and steamy night with stunning and sassy Daisy Fowler.

Sexy, gorgeous, and hunky doesn’t begin to describe Dom Carew, but Daisy’s been burned by Dom before. A year ago, he bolted from her bed in the middle of the night without so much as a gee you were great in the sack, babe. Never laying eyes on his handsome face again is the plan. If only their paths didn’t keep crossing. If only she didn’t still find him irresistible as sin.

Seeing Daisy again sets Dom’s blood on fire, but he’s about to embark on the most dangerous undercover op of his life—infiltrate the Pyramid, an international organization of assassins. Love has no place in his heart or his world, but when the dangers of his job threaten Daisy, he’ll destroy anyone in his path to protect her.


Tee O

Tee O'Fallon

Tee O’Fallon is the author of the K-9 Special Ops, Federal K-9, and NYPD Blue & Gold Series. Tee spent twenty-three years as a federal agent conducting complex, long- and short-term criminal investigations, including undercover operations, across many agencies at the federal level, and multi-state investigations as a police investigator. It felt only natural to combine her hands-on experience in the field with her love of romantic suspense. Tee has lived in New York State most of her life with a five-year stop in Colorado. When not writing, she enjoys cooking, gardening, chocolate, lychee martinis, and all creatures canine.

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