I've had so many people ask me about Sully and Cord that I just had to right their continuing story. People have also asked about the Moon and Pete wedding. I won't be writing about that, at least not from their points of view, though you will get to attend the reception along with Moon's sister, River, in Corralled and Claimed.
You met Sully and Cord in One for the Team and then again in Roped by the Team. But what will happen when Sully gets called away to his family home in Kentucky? Will Cord and Sully's relationship survive the separation and the intrusion of a man from Sully's past?
Note: This is a Daly Connection book, not a Daly Way. Daly Connection stories are related to the Daly Way series but do not contain the menage relationships featured in the Daly Way books. Additionally, they might not take place in the town of Daly.
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Here's a peek at what the book is about:
It’s only dreams of you that have gotten me through this deployment. I want you in my life now and forever. I’ve waited for years. Don’t make me wait another day…
Widow Rachel Foster has done just fine getting by since her husband died from cancer ten years ago. She has her friends and her job to occupy her time. Sometimes, she’s lonely, but without close attachments, she doesn’t fear losing someone she loves. Besides…the only person she’s remotely interested in is completely unattainable. Or so she thinks.
Jason Hamilton has loved Rachel for years, waiting until he could prove himself mature enough for this woman ten years older than him. Fresh off a deployment in the Middle East, he’s sure the time is now and he’s equally sure she’s interested. He hopes so, because only his secret love letters to her got him through the longest eighteen months of his life. Now, he’s ready to make the fantasies in them come true.
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Shaking her head, she took the proffered spoon. “Don’t make anything of this,” she grated as he smiled. “I’m just hungry.”
“So am I,” he replied, his innuendo clear.
She rolled her eyes, wondering who this man was and where he’d buried the son of Reverend Hamilton. War really did change people, and she had no doubt the Jason she’d known had been left in the sands of Afghanistan.
“Don’t forget this.” He lobbed a wrapped fortune cookie onto her plate. “Maybe, it says something good.”
“Beware: A fool from your past will reappear in your life.”
Teeny excerpt from Love Notes by Brynn Paulin, available this July