On Sale: October 13, 2015
Featuring: Lia Cassidy; Cav Jordan
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Lia Cassidy left the Army scarred physically and
emotionally after a vicious attack by two fellow
soldiers. She turns to helping others, working at a
Delos Home School Charity in Costa Rica that aids abused
women and children. But when the deadly drug lord, La
Arana, attacks the school, Lia finds herself on the run
for her life. The only person she can trust is the ex-
SEAL sent to protect her.
Cav Jordan is strong, honorable and gorgeous‚Ä¶and
intrigued by Lia. He knows she has suffered pain in her
past, and he is determined to break through her barriers
and earn her trust. But as Cav slowly chips away at the
walls Lia has built, ghosts from her past threaten to
destroy their fragile relationship.
21 comments posted.
Re: Nowhere to Hide
Hopefully I would not fall apart.
(Marissa Yip-Young 5:34am July 22, 2015)
love reading your books
(Lorelei Frank 6:47am July 22, 2015)
Your books are great to read on a relaxing afternoon or evening.
(Jayne Cameron 10:42am July 22, 2015)
I think it would take some time, but I would pull through... especially having support from my family.
(Colleen Conklin 5:16pm July 22, 2015)
I don't think I would handle it well at all. I would turn in on myself and hide away from the world.
(Lesley Walsh 5:30pm July 22, 2015)
Hopefully with family support I would make it through.
(Jean Benedict 6:57pm July 22, 2015)
I would probably spend a lot of time at home, making sure that everything was
(Sheila Veikune 8:12pm July 22, 2015)
With violence, you tend to always keep a wall up around yourself, because you're always afraid of being hurt again. You stay in defense mode, so to speak, both mentally and physically, so there's no way for you to really be who you really want to be. Even if you let someone intimately into your life, you never let your guard down completely, because you've been hurt so badly. Sometimes it takes a long time to get into an intimate relationship, if at all. This depends on the circumstances of the violence - if it was mental or physical. Both can be debilitating to a degree. They also destroy a feeling of self-worth. I'm looking forward to reading your latest book, and as always, I'm sure it's going to be a winner!! Congratulations!!
(Peggy Roberson 9:55am July 23, 2015)
Unfortunately, I don't think I would handle it well. I would probably become a hermit.
(Cheryl Castings 10:11am July 23, 2015)
love the cover. so sexy
(Emily Stemp 11:26am July 23, 2015)
I would hope that prayer and friends and family would see
(Mary Hay 10:33am July 24, 2015)
I don't know. I would hope that I would try to use that in a way
to get some kind of justice. Of course I have no way of knowing
(Nancy Luebke 7:51pm July 24, 2015)
With the help of family, friends, and a good therapist and a lot of prayer to the Lord above.
(Linda Harrison 8:34pm July 24, 2015)
i have survived a lot! takes time to heal though
(Debbi Shaw 9:27pm July 24, 2015)
I'm not very brave. I have a feeling I would blank it all out
and deny that anything happened for as long as possible.
(Marcia Berbeza 1:05am July 25, 2015)
Hopefully I would be brave enough to leave the house and go
(Joanne Balinski 1:04pm July 25, 2015)
Thankfully, I have never had to face this situation. I'm not sure how I would handle it, but I hope I would eventually learn to accept the change in my life. Only after acceptance do I feel like I would be able to live my life as it was meant to be.
(Anna Speed 1:36pm July 25, 2015)
With the help of family i would call my brother
(Emily Stemp 2:36pm July 25, 2015)
Not very well I am afraid. I would become more of a recluse
than I am now.
(Denise Austin 3:29pm July 25, 2015)
Would like to read some of her books!
(Amanda Johnson 6:33pm July 25, 2015)
Love military stories
(Barbara Semeraro 9:01pm July 25, 2015)
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