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ASK ME WHY by Harloe Rae


ASK ME WHY by Harloe Rae
Release Date: June 20, 2019
Genre: Contemporary romance (Enemies to lovers, single father)


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Review by Paula:

Tears falling down my face writing this review. I absolutely loved this book! It’s hilarious, sweet, beautiful and will leave your heart gushing with happiness. Braelyn and Brance two broken souls fighting with their past to live. Both stubborn and have a twisted side to humor that will have you laughing out loud. Plus Ollie a sweet little boy that you fall head over heels for the little man. It’s definitely a book I’ll never forget. 5/5 rainbow stars



One deep breath. Two slow blinks. Three hollow beats.
I’m still here.

After three years, that reminder isn’t as necessary. But everyone has their bad days. This is definitely one of them.

Until an adorable little boy dashes into my store.
His zest for life makes me smile in a way that’s been long lost.

Then I meet his father.
Well, confront is more like it.

Brance Stone is volatile.
And can’t be bothered to care.

Not that I want him to.
I get frostbite just looking into Brance’s glacial stare. But there’s something undeniable about him.

My misery suddenly craves company. The suffocating numbness lifts whenever Brance is near. That alone should have me running in the opposite direction. Try as I might, there’s no avoiding him. If only I could understand why. As if he’d let me.

I don’t ask. He doesn’t tell. A silent, bitter truce settles between us.
That was our first mistake.
It’s certainly not the last.




Ollie glances between us. “You remember my dad? He was here with me once.”

While his attention is diverted, she glares at me. “Oh, yes. I sure do.”

“He took me all sorts of places this week. That’s why we were so busy,” Ollie explains.

Her mossy eyes search mine, a storm brewing in those green pools. “Is that so?”

“Uh-huh. Daddy took me swimming and out for ice cream. We even went to the movies.”

“Lucky duck. I haven’t been to the theater in ages.”

He makes a squeaking sound. “What? No way. Wanna come with us next time?”

Braelyn’s slender throat bobs. I’m fascinated by the movement. I get a rise thinking about the conflicting emotions raging inside of her. How will she answer? There’s no way in hell she’d agree. The air grows dense, enough to choke on, as her silence stretches.

Finally, she opens her mouth. “I’ll have to check my calendar, buddy. It’s hard to get away from the store.”

He bounces on his toes. “Okay, great. Talk to my dad about it. Can I go play now?”

Braelyn beams at him. “Of course, kiddo. You know where the toys are.”

That’s all he needs to hear before darting down the designated aisle. I watch him disappear in a flash of red and denim. When I look at Braelyn, the thundering in my pulse roars. She’d been all smiles for him, but now all evidence of happiness melts away. When she turns to me, a scowl mars her features. My gut twists painfully, and that stops me short. Am I seriously jealous of my son? That’d be a hell no. I roll my shoulders and strengthen my resolve.

“Fancy seeing you here.” Braelyn crosses her arms, shoving a pair of luscious tits up for my viewing pleasure. I almost applaud the shirt’s low neckline, but thank the summer heat instead. No point giving her ass any credit for wearing less clothing.

I try to keep my focus on her face. “Is it?”





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Harloe Rae is a USA Today & Amazon Top 100 bestselling author. Her passion for writing and reading has taken on a whole new meaning. Each day is an unforgettable adventure.

Harloe is a Minnesota gal with a serious addiction to romance. She’s always chasing an epic happily ever after. When she’s not buried in the writing cave, Harloe can be found hanging with her hubby and son. If the weather permits, she loves being lakeside or out in the country with her horses.

Harloe is the author of Redefining Us, Forget You Not, Watch Me Follow, GENT, MISS, LASS, and Ask Me Why. These titles are available on Amazon.


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Blood Captive by Kim Loraine

Blood Captive, an all-new dark and sexy Vampire Romance by Kim Loraine is NOW LIVE!



“A beautiful, dark, enthralling story.” -International Bestselling and award winning author, Amelia Hutchins.

He wanted me for my blood…

Living on the run was all I’d ever known. My life was unstable, but at least I wasn’t alone. That all changed when my mother was murdered.

I ran from the unknown creatures she’d always feared. Until the day I stopped being afraid.
That was my first mistake.

Cashel Blackthorne took me as his captive, but more than that, he opened my eyes to the terrible truth of the world. Vampires exist, and I am the key to their salvation.

The Blackthorne vampires want my blood but their prince wants more.

He wants me. There’s something between us neither of us can deny. He is my captor, but I’ll be his ruin.



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Kim that was great reading. You pulled me in and kept me there. Cashel and Olivia are great characters, both driven and strong. There’s a dark undertone that feels intimate. Great start to the series. The mystery that lies beneath will have you wondering. A must read if you LOVE vampires! It’s a bit different.
Olivia lost her mom and everything changed. She is special but doesn’t know it. Cashel had found the key to their possible survival but it’s she willing and can he keep his distance as ordered? 5 Stars



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Filthy Irish by Frankie Love and C.M. Seabrook




Review by Victoria:
As far as bad first impressions go, Wendy definitely nailed hers from the beginning. First her new boss hits on her which she gladly accepts. Next thing, she’s surrounded by feral boys and she slaps him. And yet she cant bear to leave.
Wendy didn’t think her first boss as an international nanny would be straight out of her deepest fantasies of delicious men. And yet shes actually here to wrangled his younger brothers, who have to deal. There’s no other way to describe it. Could she tame these boys and keep her hands off her boss?
Ewan is doing right by his word to his mam before she passed. Since their father took off years ago, it’s been up to him to be the man of the house. But when the new nanny comes, hopefully to take some weight off his shoulders, he wasn’t expecting a beautiful sight of a woman to stroll through the airport. Could he keep his hands to himself long enough to convince her to stay? Or maybe his hands can help convince her.
As always, a quick and dirt ride with CM and Franie behind the words! Ewan may be my favorite yet with his delicious accent, working man body and eyes you could get lost in. You’re never disappointed when a man knows all the right words, and the right notes to pluck to play a symphony! Join the fun and you wont regret it! 4/5


When the summer nanny arrives, I know the job is more than she expected.

After my mam passed, it’s been me looking after my five feral brothers.

I’m running the family bed & breakfast to boot.

I need her help – I’m over my head as it is.

And the moment I meet Wendy, I’m also head over heels.

She has a way with the boys that is gentle yet firm.

But considering she slaps me across the face the day we meet – I’m gonna need to win her over one charming line at a time.

Trouble is, I’m a filthy Irishman.

And she’s the sweetest thing I’ve ever seen.

Dear Reader,

Ewan O’Brion may be Irish, but he’s never gotten lucky.

Double virgins mean double the fun.

And this time we promise there will be more than one happy ending.

Wink. Wink.

Xo, Frankie & Chantel


“Ye’re a good man, Ewan,” my aunt Niav says. “But those boys need more than ye can give them. Ye’ve got enough on yer plate running this business.”

In a way, I know she’s right. The bed and breakfast that’s been in my family for three generations takes up most of my waking hours. I’m struggling just to keep it running. But I promised my mam that I would take care of my brothers.

“I’ve been taking care of them since before my mam passed,” I tell my aunt. “Nothing has changed.”

Except it has. I may be the oldest of seven boys, the head of the household since my dad left when I was sixteen, but it was my mam who kept the boys in check.

I glance out the window, seeing the twins Liam and Niall, playing football with the youngest, Bradan. The twins were only toddlers when my dad left us, and Bradan was still in my mam’s belly. I’m the only father figure the three of them have known.

Colin and Riley are teenagers, but they’re about as much help around here as the goats we keep in the back pen for milk.

And Carrick, the second oldest, well, he up and left to Australia a month after mam passed away. Not that I blame him, the responsibilities here are overwhelming, and there are days when I’ve thought about tossing in the towel myself.

I sigh and drag a hand through my hair, then turn back to my aunt. “I’ve hired a nanny. She’ll be here later today.”

“A nanny?” She grunts. “And where’d ye get the money for that?”

“It’s not yer concern.”

“It ‘tis, lad. Yer mam was my sister, and I promised her I’d watch over ye boys if anything ever happened to her.”

“I’m not a boy, Aunt Niav. I’m twenty-three.”

“Aye. But Bradan is only seven, and the twins just ten. I’ve called the school and they told me the trouble they’ve been getting into.”

“No more trouble than most boys their age.”

She clicks her tongue. “I don’t know why ye insist on making more work for yerself. If ye need hands around here, then Riley can stay. He’s sixteen now—”

“I’m not going to let ye separate them.”

“Ye might not have a choice, Ewan.”

Frustration and anger burn through me. I love my aunt, but even when my mam was alive, she was always sticking her nose in places it didn’t belong. “What’s that supposed to mean?”

“I didn’t want it to come to this, but since yer being as stubborn as yer father was, I’ve taken matters into my own hands. I’ve contacted the Child and Family Agency.”

“What is the matter with ye?”

She stands and pushes her chair back. “I could ask the same as ye, son—”

“I’m not yer son, and neither are those boys.”

“I’ll be in touch, Ewan.” She walks out the door, and it takes all my self-control not to put my fist through the kitchen wall. But I just put a new coat of paint on it and the last thing I need is to have to re-mud and paint it.

“Bloody, wicked, miserable bit—”

“Ewan?” Bradan is standing in the doorway, his dirty blond hair matted against his forehead, freckles indistinguishable from the dirt that’s smeared across his nose and cheeks. “Is it true?”

I sigh and glance over his head to where my aunt is talking to the twins on the front lawn. “Is what true?”

“We’re going to live with Aunt Niav?”

I could curse the woman for her interference. “Tell your brothers to come inside.”

He makes a face but turns and yells for them.

“Riley, Colin,” I call for the older two who are in the living room on their phones, playing games or talking to girls. Anything but helping out. “Come here, now.”

The kitchen isn’t large, and when all five boys pile in, the space feels crowded…and like home.

I can’t imagine not having them here. Sure, it would be a hell of a lot easier to not be worrying about homework and whether they bathed and brushed their teeth. But they’re my family, and there’s nothing in the world more important. My mam taught me that, even if my dad was a fool not to know it.

The twins start shoving each other before I have a chance to talk, and I pull them apart. “Both of ye, stop.”

“He pushed me first,” Liam says, glaring at his mirror image. Most people can’t tell them apart. They have the same red hair and green eyes, like my mam had. But Liam is a quarter of an inch taller, and he’s got more mischief in his crooked grin than Niall. But the two of them together are trouble with a capital T.

“What are ye hollering about?” Colin, the thirteen-year-old asks, pulling himself up on the counter, legs hanging over the edge.

“Naiv was just here,” I tell him. He’d been too busy playing on his phone to notice.

“Is she threatening to take us away again?” he asks, looking ready for a fight.

“Aye,” I answer honestly. “And this time she’s called the Child and Family Agency.”

“What does that mean?” Riley asks, leaning his long, lanky body against the doorframe. He’s shot up this past year, and at sixteen he almost matches my six foot two frame. Although I still have a good thirty pounds of muscle on him, and I’m still able to whoop his ass when needed.

Which after the stunt he pulled last night, sneaking out and stumbling in drunk at four in the morning, I should probably box his ears. But I figured the hangover he’s sporting today is good enough punishment.

“It means that ye all need to be on yer best behavior, especially when the nanny arrives.”

“But I don’t want a nanny,” Bradan says, sticking his bottom lip out.

“Would ye rather go live with your aunt Naiv?” I ask. “Because that’s where ye’ll all go if she can prove I’m not fit to take care of ye.”

“I’m sixteen,” Riley says. “She can’t make me go anywhere.”

“Ye’re right.” I nod. “But she can take the younger ones away.”

Bradan sniffs and I see the tears start to form in his eyes. I’ve never been good at sentimental bullshit. I was happy playing the man of the house, but I’m no good at this mothering shit.

I place a hand on Bradan’s shoulder. “No tears now. Everything’s going to be alright. But I need ye all to go clean yerselves up while I go to the airport.” I point at Riley. “And I’m going to need ye to check on the guests and start to prepare supper while I’m gone.”

There’s only one couple staying with us right now, so it’s not a lot to ask of the boy. I was doing twice the work when I was his age.

And look at all the things you missed out on. I shake away the thought. Sure, I had to grow up faster than most. Take on responsibilities that most grown men would scoff at. But looking around the kitchen at the five sets of eyes that look to me for answers, I wouldn’t have it any different.

Although truth be told, I wouldn’t mind a little help.

Which is why hiring this nanny is so important. It’s a three-month contract over the summer, with an American agency that I found online. Because the agency focuses on the experience of living abroad, the cost of hiring the woman is half of what I’d have to normally pay. And with trying to keep five growing boys fed, I need that extra money for the grocery bills.

* * *

Dublin airport is busy as always when I park outside arrivals. I glance at my phone, pulling up the email the agency sent me. I know that the woman’s name is Wendy Ferguson. She’s twenty-one, and from the small, blurry photo they sent me, she looks timid and more likely to have her nose stuck in a book than capable of dealing with five rowdy boys.

I glance at the photo again to help me pick the girl out in the crowd. Oversized glasses hide most of her face, and her hair is a mousy brown, with chunky bangs that make her look closer to Riley’s age than my own. The picture is too blurry to make out any other details, so I make a quick sign with her name on it on the back of a sheet of paper, and get out to wait.

I lean against my car and watch the people that come out of the airport, but none of them look like the photo of Wendy Ferguson. Especially not the pretty little brunette, with the curves of a goddess and the smile of an angel who walks toward me now.

Shit, the woman is gorgeous, with hazel eyes that look almost golden when the sun catches them. She lugs an enormous suitcase behind her, and from the tags, I can tell she’s American. Now this is a lass I wouldn’t mind taking home.

My cock twitches, reminding me that it’s been a long time since I’ve even kissed a woman. Too damn long. But with the business and the boys, I hardly have a moment to myself.

“Hello, lass,” I say when the beauty is standing in front of me, squinting at my homemade sign. “I wish that I was the one picking ye up, but I’m afraid I’m waiting on someone else.”

She gives a small frown. “You’re here to pick up Wendy Ferguson?”

“Aye.” I grin down at her. “But I’m afraid she’s not as fair as you.”

Her brows raise. “Really?”

I may not have much time for lasses these days, but the way she’s looking at me now, I know she’s interested. And what’s a little flirting going to hurt?

“Has anyone ever told ye that ye can see the sun in yer eyes?”

She laughs and the sound goes straight to my balls. “No. I don’t think I’ve ever received that compliment before.”

“Ye need a man who’ll tell ye everyday how beautiful ye are.”

She crosses her arms and stares up at me, a grin tugging at her lips. “And you think you could be that man?”

“I wish I were. But—”

“You’re waiting on Wendy Ferguson.”

“Aye.” I sigh, wishing I could spend more time with this woman, but knowing I should be scanning the crowd instead. I glance over the woman’s head and look around, but no one matches the girl’s picture.

When I look back, she’s getting into the passenger seat.

Confused, I run my fingers through my hair. “As much as it pains me to deny ye a ride, lass, I’m not a taxi service.”

She grins up at me. “But you are Ewan O’Brion, right?” I frown, a sinking feeling in my gut. “Aye, and ye are?”

“Wendy Ferguson.” She chuckles. “Your new nanny.”


Frankie Love


Frankie Love writes filthy-sweet stories about bad boys and mountain men. As a thirty-something mom who is ridiculously in love with her own bearded hottie, she believes in
love-at-first-sight and happily-ever-afters. She also believes in the power of a quickie.You can find her at FRANKIELOVE.NET or on FB.
Frankie also writes under the pen names CHARLIE HART.
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Amazon bestselling author C.M. Seabrook writes hot, steamy romances with possessive bad boys, and the passionate, fiery women who love them. Swoonworthy romances from the heart!




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A Hundred Ways to Love by Ellie Wade



Title: A Hundred Ways to Love
Author: Ellie Wade
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: June 18, 2019


Leni Turner
I learned very young that love has the power to destroy us
and vowed to never lose myself to love another. I escaped Texas and broke his
heart to save myself. Five years later, my dreams shattered, I’m on a bus back
to the place I never wanted to be.
Liam Moore
After years without contact, I find her green eyes staring
back at me, and I realize how much I’ve missed her. She doesn’t want me in her
life, but I don’t know how I’ll make it without her in mine.
Sometimes, the thing you’re most scared of has the power to
save you in the end. 
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Review by Paula:
I love second chance romances  and this one is amazing. This book is heartbreaking and angst and also so much love that I actually cried at one point. Liam is truly what everyone woman wants in a man. Liam made me swoon hard for him in this book so many times. Leni got me frustrated and wanting me to yell at the woman. But I understood how Leni felt throughout the book. Two people destine to be together but sometimes you just have to hope. 5/5 stars
Author Bio
Ellie Wade resides in southwest Michigan with her husband,
three young children, and two dogs. She has a Master’s degree in education from
Eastern Michigan University and is a huge University of Michigan sports fan.
She loves the beauty of her home state, especially the lakes and the gorgeous
autumn weather. When she is not writing, you will find her reading, snuggled up
with her kiddos, or spending time with family and friends. She loves traveling
and exploring new places with her family.
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WRITTEN WITH YOU by Aly Martinez

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“Aly Martinez is one of the best in the business. You have to read her books.” –Meghan March, New York Times Bestselling Author

Written With You, the emotional and highly anticipated conclusion to The Regret Duet from USA Today bestselling author Aly Martinez, is available now!

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When I was fifteen, a single bullet changed my life. I spent the next decade trying to outrun the devastation of my past, building an empire that would shield me from whatever life could throw at me.

But all the money in the world couldn’t help me when I found a screaming newborn abandoned on my doorstep.

I’d never wanted to be a father. Passing the sludge that ran through my veins down to an innocent child seemed like a tragedy. But there she was—pink cheeks, red hair, and mine.

Somehow, against all logic, that little girl became the best thing that ever happened to me. It was impossible to stay lost in the past when I was the only one who could protect her future.

Which is exactly why, when her mother came back four years later, I was ready for battle.

If only I could stop myself from falling in love with her during the war.

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Wow what a amazing ending to a incredible series! This one is full of suspense and every question is answered! I’m sitting here still in shock with the outcome but I loved every page! Hadley, Willow and Caven’s story is heartbreaking and thrilling all into one deep story. Things happen for a reason and definitely with them three it truly did! I didn’t want the story to end and I couldn’t stop reading it! Definitely don’t pass this series up! 5/5 stars

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Every little girl dreams of the fairytale. The one where the white knight rushes in to save her from the clutches of evil. They fall in love, have babies, and live happily ever after.

By that definition, my life should have been a fairytale too.

When I was eight years old, Caven Hunt saved me from the worst kind of evil to walk the Earth. It didn’t matter that I was a kid. I fell in love with him all the same.

But that was where my fairytale ended.

Years later, a one-night stand during the darkest time imaginable gave us a little girl. It was nothing compared to the pitch black that consumed me when I was forced to leave her with Caven for good.

At the end of every fairytale, the happily-ever-after is the one thing that remains consistent. It wasn’t going to be mine, but there hadn’t been a night that passed where I hadn’t prayed that it would be hers.

I owed Caven my life.

However, I owed that innocent child more.

And that included ripping the heart from my chest and facing her father again.

About Aly

Originally from Savannah, Georgia, USA Today bestselling author Aly Martinez now lives in South Carolina with her husband and four young children.

Never one to take herself too seriously, she enjoys cheap wine, mystery leggings, and olives. It should be known, however, that she hates pizza and ice cream, almost as much as writing her bio in the third person.

She passes what little free time she has reading anything and everything she can get her hands on, preferably with a super-sized tumbler of wine by her side.


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Violent Ends by Jessica Hawkins

Title: Violent Ends

Series: White Monarch #2

Author: Jessica Hawkins
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: June 18, 2019


I had a life, love, and future to give.

Until my enemy took a wife.The devil has a name, and it’s Cristiano de la Rosa. On my wedding day, he was
the last man I expected to see standing at the altar. He wants to make me his
queen. His brother wants to rescue his princess.

Getting Cristiano to lose control becomes the name of the game, and the stakes
are life and death. But as truth and lies blur, loyalty is tested, and our
chemistry threatens to reach the melting point, the prize grows less clear.
Either freedom no longer means what I think it does, or Cristiano is as devious
as everyone says, and he’s mastered the art of playing my mind.

All I know for certain is that nothing is certain. And all you need to know?
This is a love story.

But even love stories have to end.


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Review by Paula:
Wow just unbelievably wow! I was screaming out loud and on the edge the entire time I was reading this book! The angst and intense moments had by heart beating so fast. It’s starts right off where the first book left us. Natalia and Cristiano are married now and Natalia is just lost. We us readers are feeling Natalia more and more in this book. Who do we believe?  Who can you absolutely trust? Cristiano has me hands down in love with him in this story but his ability to twist words and keep us waiting for everything to just drop drives me insane! To have to wait to November makes me wanna yell but I’m so excited to read that last book of this story! 5/5 stars


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Hawkins is a USA Today bestselling
author known for her “emotionally gripping” and “off-the-charts
hot” romance. Dubbed “queen of angst” by both peers and readers
for her smart and provocative work, she’s garnered a cult-like following of
fans who love to be torn apart…and put back together.
She writes
romance both at home in New York and around the world, a coffee shop traveler
who bounces from café to café with just a laptop, headphones, and coffee cup.
She loves to keep in close touch with her readers, mostly via Facebook,
Instagram, and her mailing list.
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10- Code (Rock Point #4) by Freya Barker

Title: 10- Code (Rock Point #4)
Author: Freya Barker
Genre: Romantic suspense

Release Date: June 17, 2019
Hosted by: Buoni Amici Press, LLC.

As a forty-one-year-old mother of three boys, working two jobs, Marya Berger doesn’t have the time or energy to consider a relationship. Especially after a lifetime of poor choices in the romance department. But when the disappearance of a young boy strikes a little too close to home, and a younger man she’s tried to ignore offers his help, she doesn’t stand in the way.

Single father, Dylan Barnes, the junior member of the La Plata County FBI team at thirty-three, has his focus firmly on his job and his son, Max. He’s certainly not looking to complicate his life, when he finds himself at his son’s soccer game, sitting beside the spirited brunette he can’t get out of his mind. Fate, however, appears to have different plans.

When an unspeakable crime draws the attention of the FBI, Dylan finds himself torn between his job and his instinctive need to protect Marya and her boys.

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Review by Victoria:

Our wait is over!!! Some of my favorite characters finally get their own story!!!!
We first met Marya in the first Rock Point, Kerri’s amazing manager for her book store. Marya hasn’t had the easiest of times in her life, least of all when it comes to men. The father of her three boys took off without a backwards glance and the last man she let it…. well that didnt go very well at all. Could a man really want a woman with three kids who’s struggling to make it all work?
Dylan is an FBI agent in the Durango office. He loves his job, almost as much as he loves his son. Hes never had much interest in dating. Between work and his boy, there hasn’t been much room for a woman. But Marya, she’s something else. And he loves the banter with her. When their sons play on the same team, it’s natural they spend time together. But what if theres never enough time with her?
I fell in love with Marya from her first appearance. She has a spirit to her that just captivates you. With a woman like that, she needs a strong man. And theres no one stronger then Dylan. He’s been a mystery through all these Durango adventures. Always at the right place at the right time but never giving too much away. I was intrigued to see what laid beneath his fun loving exterior and I was no disappointed.
Dylan and Marya are my new favorite Durango couple! They compliment and complete each other so well, your heart will swell above and beyond for this little family in the making. 5 Stars


Freya Barker inspires with her stories about ‘real’ people, perhaps less than perfect, each struggling to find their own slice of happy.

She is the author of the Cedar Tree and Portland, ME Series, the Northern Lights Collection and the Rock Point Series. She is also co-author of the SnapShot Series.

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