Novel One of Four in A Romance Series...
While out with her girl friends, Dr. Brooklyn Preston, finds more than she is looking for because she's not looking for anything more than what she already has. As a widowed mom of four little boys, and a Cardiac surgeon she has more than enough already on her plate to keep her busy. When her eyes land on the handsome cowboy at the bar, she is immediately drawn to him which makes her pull away. She knows she can't afford to get involved with anyone ever again. When the handsome cowboy pushes his way into her life, can Brooklyn put her past behind her long enough to move on and find love?
Lucas Carter, ex-Marine turned rancher, was invited out by his long time best friend, Markus. Not much had changed over the years for Markus' love life, but Luke, being the good friend he is, sits and hears all about Markus' recent lady problems. The moment a beautiful brunette walked into the bar, Luke knew there was something special about her. Can Luke ever find love again since losing his fiancé from a traumatic car accident?
The heart wants, what the heart wants, but can they both open their hearts for each other? Can they let their unexpected love for each other mend what was once broken?
|Publisher:||L. L. Shelby|
|File size:||284 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
I am a wife to my amazing husband and a mother to my three wonderful children. Our eldest son suffers from Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy. I have graduated from college with is a diploma in Medical Administration. I started writing one night because I couldn't sleep. Words and sentences kept me awake. So, I wrote them down and before I knew it, I had my first book written. I have been writing for four years and I'm thankful that my imagination continues to flow so I can write. Reading and writing have become a great stress reliever. I enjoy to read and write on my back deck with a cup of tea or a glass of wine and let myself escape.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
But im from tennessee :)
Numerous misuse of words - sole for soul, imagines for images fare for fair, bare for bear. It became very irritating to read. The story was OK but the clunkiness of the dialog and flow of the narrative was distracting