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CONTENT WARNING Please be advised that this story deals with sensitive subject matters but is written delicately. Sensitive subjects could include abuse, torture, sexual assault, and the death of a loved one. None of these are romanticized nor overly descriptive, but reader discretion is still advised.

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Release Date April 29, 2014.

Series Men of Honor #2

Genre Romantic Suspense

Tropes Frenemies, opposites attract, who hurt you?, touch her and die, shy baker, possessive alpha, faithful pup companion, small town.

You will not break me for I am unbreakable.


He’s the sexy-as-sin play boy who always gets the girl.


She’s the shy, lonely baker who refuses to fall for his charm.


At seventeen-years-old Grace Morgan lived through what would be the worst day of her life. 


Three years later she finds herself in the small town of Sunset Bay—a perfect place to start her life over. This is where she meets the bestest friends she will ever have, and one cocky, sexy former Navy Seal who makes her heart skip a beat with just a look. Right when things start looking up, the worst day of her life comes back with a vengeance, ruining the peace she has finally found. 


Sawyer Evans loves women just as much as they love him. His philosophy has always been: the more the merrier, with no strings attached. But all that changes the day he meets the shy baker with sad amber eyes. The only girl who isn’t affected by his good looks and charm, or so he thinks. 


When Grace’s life is threatened, he will not only protect her but also prove to her that his heart is bigger than his ego.


Each book in this series can be read as a standalone, but for the best reading experience, I recommend reading in order. 


If you love steamy, emotional Romantic Suspense stories with protective alpha males and sweet heroines who will stop at nothing to find their happily-ever-after, then this series is for you.

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EXCERPT “If you could go back and change one moment in your life, what would it be?” I expect him to say the horrific week he spent in Iraq, when such cruelty was inflicted upon him. He doesn’t. Instead, he says something that I will remember for the rest of my life. “It would be to find you sooner, because I would have never let anyone hurt you.” His words are strong and steadfast, the truth prevalent in his green irises. My breath shudders on a sob, tears clouding my vision as my forehead rests against his. “Your moment should be that week in Iraq.” “I’d live through every painful lash again if it meant keeping you safe.”



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