Welcome to Day 3 of Breakfield and Burkey’s “SHORT STORIES” Blog Tour! @EnigmaSeries @4WillsPub @4WP11 @RRBC_Org #RRBC #4WillsPub.

The author’s are giving away (7) ebook copies of “HOT CHOCOLATE”

Please leave the authors a comment anywhere along the tour for your chance to win one of these awesome prizes.


Rox Burkey and Charles Breakfield are co-authors for the Enigma Series. Our characters haunt us, demanding more of their stories get written. It began with a few heroes, then expanded to those with self-serving motives. We instigated this tour to provide insight and motivating factors on the shorts. We consider these fun standalone compliments to the series novels. Enjoy this tour, and please provide feedback

Breakfield is a technology expert specifically in security, networking, voice, and anything digital. He enjoys writing, studying World War II his­tory, travel, and cultural exchanges. Charles is also a fan of wine tastings, wine-making, Harley riding, cooking extravaganzas, and woodworking.

Burkey is a 25+ year applied technology professional who optimizes technology and business investments for global customers. She focuses on optimized customer experiences. Rox loves interviewing authors, writing white papers, reviewing books, and loves creating fiction.

Together they create award-winning stories that resonate with men and women, young and experienced adults, and bring a fresh new view to technology possibilities today. They invite you to visit their newly revised website, look around and grab some free stuff https://www.enigmabookseries.com/.

Day 3 Blog Post

Brayson Morris joins The Enigma Stolen as a part of the cyber assassin technology services (CATS) team. His background in covert military operations, multiple languages, technology, and analytical agility made him a perfect addition to the team. More than once, he illustrates his ability to respond to a situation effectively.

Gretchen Schmidt is a classic femme fatal, mathematical genius who cannot interact with any human compassion. In this novel, Gretchen, dominated by her grandfather, behaves obediently to the point of appearing subservient. 

Brayson’s assignment is to locate a source of significant computer power, coupled with an unknown stock trader who is way too successful. Following the leads provided by the CATS leadership, Brayson locates Gretchen. He realizes she is the same person he attended classes with when he attended university. Brayson plans to root out the evil plans based upon the details uncovered.

As the conflict and drama escalate, Brayson must explain his history with Gretchen to Petra so the CATS team will retain their trust in him. We wanted to share a portion of that discussion from The Enigma Stolen in this YouTube link.

Early reviewers of this novel found it interesting that two characters crossed paths in their youth. Readers and fans wanted to understand more about the brilliant Gretchen. In many ways, people wondered why this beautiful, intelligent young woman struggled with relationships. The short story sheds some tragic details of the two students whose paths crossed.

About the short story

Brayson is determined to graduate at the top of his class in the exclusive master’s technology program from Warsaw University. Distractions are nowhere on his schedule. His talent, military brat upbringing, and drive to succeed will allow many doors to open to him with this degree.

Rafael, a fellow student, seems to pursue a different direction for his life and education. His plan may derail Brayson’s success.

Enter Gretchen—beautiful, brilliant, and abrasive. This desirable woman has even less time for socializing than Brayson. Her drivers are to extract every morsel of information from her professors, regardless of the cost. Her bodyguards suggest there is more to Gretchen than just a pretty face.

Are these three destined to collide at some point and upset their end goals? Could their future become irrevocably altered by their search for answers? School is hard enough without adding emotional baggage.

Available on Amazon https://bit.ly/RiddleCodes

Follow us

Website:       https://www.EnigmaBookSeries.com

Blog:            https://EnigmaSeries.com

https://RoxBurkey.com

Connect and Follow on Social Media: 

LinkedIn:       https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlesbreakfield  and

https://www.linkedin.com/in/roxanneburkey

Twitter:         @EnigmaSeries and @1rburkey

Facebook:     https://www.facebook.com/TheEnigmaSeries/

YouTube:      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Vz4x5ctTnx3yUhZk1OJkw


To follow along with the rest of the tour, please visit the authors’ tour page on the 4WillsPublishing site. If you’d like to schedule your own blog tour and have your book promoted in similar grand fashion, please click HEREThanks for supporting these authors and their work!

About Shirley Harris-Slaughter

I love old buildings and history. That's why I ended up writing about the history that surrounded me all of my life - "Our Lady of Victory, the Saga of an African-American Catholic Community." Plus our church had closed and the school is torn down, so I felt it was imperative that we preserve the history or it would be lost forever.
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25 Responses to Welcome to Day 3 of Breakfield and Burkey’s “SHORT STORIES” Blog Tour! @EnigmaSeries @4WillsPub @4WP11 @RRBC_Org #RRBC #4WillsPub.

  1. Jan Sikes says:

    Congratulations on a wonderful short story tour, Rox and Charles! You guys have SO many characters spread over your books, it’s amazing to me that you can keep them AND their backstories all straight. Thank you for hosting, Shirley!

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  2. Aimee says:

    Rox and Charles!
    I am your BIGGEST fan… I love all your books and short stories.

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  3. patgarcia says:

    Hi Rox, Hi Charles, Hi Shirley,

    Rox and Charles, I have the Riddle Codes but haven’t read it yet.It sounds like I will enjoy it.

    Shirley, thank you for hosting Rox and Charles. Wishing you three the best.

    Shalom aleichem

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  4. pdoggbiker says:

    Hi Charles and Rox, I wondered where Riddle Codes led and now I know. I will get Enigma Stolen to find out what happens next. Thanks to my buddy, Shirley, for hosting this fine couple on day 3 of their tour! Enjoy the spotlight!

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  5. Rox Burkey says:

    Shirley, we appreciate your support and hosting of this tour for Breakfield and Burkey. Gretchen’s brilliance burns very bright. Some characters are impactful, just like people.

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  6. B&B, I just love your character names! Great job!

    Shirley, thanks for hosting!

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  7. Shirley Harris-Slaughter says:

    My pleasure Yvette.

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  8. Riddle Codes was a great short story! I felt so bad for Gretchen and the life she was forced to live. This was a wonderful post. Thanks for hosting, Shirley! 🙂

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