I haaaaaaate the title of my second book, which has been accepted by my publisher and is now in the editing process. They do not seem unduly disturbed by my working title (Fatal Kiss), but I'd like to propose something I like better because when I see it I just feel cheesy and unhappy. Here's the blurb/synopsis: Fatal Kiss tells the story of two rival assassins, Rob Disoro and Kelan Pratt, who start off as adversaries but eventually team up against a common foe and fall in love along the way. Rob and Kelan are both cold-blooded killers who at the beginning are only concerned with one thing: being the best in the business. After turning up for the same job twice (hired by opposing forces), an attraction develops and eventually circumstances that threaten their own lives have them collaborating on a mission that takes them to a safe house where they're forced to look past appearances and into their hearts. Can they beat the odds and leave their bloody, criminal past behind to start anew?