I took an incredibly long hiatus from blogging to pursue my first love of writing…well, novel writing. The first novel is complete and has been sent to my copy editor. The second novel was completed in January and is with the developmental editor. I don’t want to share too much about each book since IContinue reading “New Journey”
I adore almost every type of military romance. This book is no different, well except both characters are former military. It reminded me of when my hubby was active duty and talking smack with other members of the military about their various branches of service. That was spot on! I enjoyed the wittiness of bothContinue reading “Review: Smooth Moves by Marie Harte”
Book 1 of Military Men of Lexington Spin off from her Country Road series Taylor Cain was a golden boy in high school, yet instead of taking the full ride to college he enlists with his best friends–one (Henry Gilbert) he remains friends with throughout their military career. Henry lives through multiple deployments only forContinue reading “Book Review: Promise Her by Andrea Johnston”
1st Book in Military Men of Lexington Series A Spin-off from her Country Road Series Blurb: No one knows the secret I’ve buried inside. When the unimaginable happens, the past doesn’t matter. Only the future. Only this baby. The grief and guilt are overwhelming, especially when I find comfort in my late husband’s best friend.Continue reading “Cover Reveal: Promise Her by Andrea Johnston”
Major Dylan Sarich is the only brother that is not only still enlisted in the military but also the only single brother. All of his brothers have found their forever. Dylan is married to his job and the elite Delta Force. That is in jeopardy after his last secret mission that ended horrifically with Dylan waking up in a military hospital in Germany. Dylan barely survived that last mission. Now, he’s home with his mother to heal for a few months before he returns to Ft. Bragg. He needs the swelling in his brain to go down, his broken ankle to heal, and to come to terms with his PTSD. He also needs to keep his meddling mother at bay. She wants to marry off her last single boy to her lovely neighbor–Dr. Kinsley Maron.
During a top-secret operation, Dylan is nearly sent home in a body bag with the rest of his team. With his wounds still fresh and on extended medical leave, Dylan returns to his hometown in Jupiter, Florida to heal his body. However no amount of physical therapy will destroy the demons lurking deep in Dylan’s soul.
Dr. Kinsley Maren is an expert in PTSD and brain trauma. When her neighbor comes to her, begging for help with her son, Kinsley can’t say no, especially when she meets Dylan. She’s certain she can break through the anger and help restore his confidence and mend his broken heart. Only she never expected he’d steal hers.