On Sale: February 28, 2017
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SHE NEEDS A LOVER AND A FIGHTER
Blonde. Beautiful. Talented. Alexa Fairfax is
practically Hollywood royalty. But growing up in a family of
legendary movie stars also puts her in the spotlight for
danger. And after she discovers a plot more deadly than any
movie script, Alexa desperately needs a bodyguard. A man
like Zack De Luca. A true friend with a good heart, a
protective nature--and the hard, chiseled muscles to back it
Zack has always been wildly attracted to Alexa. But
since he's training day and night to be an MMA fighter, he's
afraid his gorgeous friend will only distract him from his
goal. Indescribably sweet and irresistibly sexy, Alexa needs
Zack to pretend to be her boyfriend after her life is
threatened. Now this fighter-in-training will have to fight
his own intense feelings--to keep their little charade from
turning into a major disaster . . .
13 comments posted.
Re: Chain Reaction
I Totally agree with you, especially on such a delicate
issue as Sexual Abuse. The delicate mind of the victim is
such that any physical contact will be construed as a
threat. A very special individual is needed to handle such
(Wilma Salas 2:07pm February 28)
Consent is mandatory!
(Nancy Ludvik 4:17pm February 28)
This column is spot on! I love the way you emphasize trust and
absolute understanding. Without it, there can be no lasting
(Kathleen Bylsma 4:49pm February 28)
I love that you make her strong after her tragedy- shes a
(Ricardo Gonzalez 7:31pm February 28)
I love a character with the strength to continue on and find their way to happiness.
(Colleen Conklin 8:16pm February 28)
Absolutely. No sex w/o consent, I don't care what the
couple's is. And when you have the 'non-traumatized' person
be understanding and willing to help heal the other, that's
even better, especially if the former is a macho man.
(Sandy Haber 8:47pm February 28)
I appreciate how you have broken down your handling of the
subject matter. The care you've taken speaks volumes.
(Terrill Rosado 10:06pm February 28)
You broke it down perfectly.
(Kathleen Bylsma 4:19pm March 1)
Turning a negative into a positive is a difficult thing for most people and this
story may help people to see that a negative does not have to consume them
(Diane Mcmahon 8:18am March 2)
thanks you for this giveaway
(Emily Stemp 7:32pm March 2)
I totally agree. I think it's important for authors to
write about difficult topics. I love that you've wriiten a
strong heroine and a sensitive hero.
(Tanja Dancy 3:33am March 3)
This would be a difficult situation for an author to write about. Being strong is important for the heroine so she can not only be a survivor but to have a happy future.
(Anna Speed 12:18pm March 3)
love finding new authors
(Emily Stemp 1:44pm March 3)
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