terrible start in life, Asher Harris picks himself up and manages to carve out
a fairly decent future. Content with living alone in his bookshop, he shies
away from relationships and keeps trust to a minimum.Emma Carnes hasn’t seen Asher in years, though she’s never forgotten him. Their
one interaction as teenagers became pivotal to them both. It gave her a career.
It saved his life.
Emma saw things about Asher that nobody else did. When she urged him to escape
a perilous situation, it turned her toward her purpose in life…and saved Asher.
Intrigued by the strong man he’s become, she gently persuades him to open up,
but finds his emotional walls hard to climb. She also hopes for his help with a
troubled teen, Gabe Dearing, who reminds her very much of Asher himself.
Their relationship and ties to Gabe
threaten to reveal things someone wants to keep hidden…
Someone is watching Emma, trying to figure out what she knows, and she soon
senses something isn’t right. When the bookshop is vandalized and Gabe
disappears, only to return bloody, broken, and refusing to say what happened,
Asher and Emma search for the truth as their passion intensifies.
The danger mounts, and Emma and Ash
struggle to keep what they’ve fought so hard to gain.
But can he save Emma as she saved him so long ago?
Or will a dark and violent history repeat itself and destroy them all?
book or her eReader. A voracious reader, with a love of sexy, yet angst ridden
novels, she loves getting lost in new worlds. Her need to write did not grip
her until after her second son was born, when her previous rambles became fully
fledged stories.She describes herself as one huge contradiction, and though not the most
conventional of hobbies, she counts getting new tattoos as one of hers. Along
with running, knitting, and listening to loud music. However, she is yet to
work out how to do them all at the same time.
M. A. Stacie lives in the UK with her husband and three sons.
I love this quote, Diana
“I’m wondering what to read next.” — Matilda, Roald Dahl