Breaking His Code

Breaking His Code

by Patricia D. Eddy

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"I'm a SEAL, angel. We never leave anyone behind."

West is alone. Drifting. Battling his demons every night when the fallen haunt his dreams.

When a ghost from his past comes calling, he can't answer, and the pain threatens to tear him apart.

His Krav Maga studio is in trouble, and his only reprieve from the darkness? His online gaming sessions.

Cam was an explosives expert in Afghanistan until one wrong move left her scarred for life.

Now she hides behind her keyboard--and her cane--until the guy she's been flirting with online convinces her to give him a chance in the real world.

Timing is everything, and caught between looming threats and the first stirrings of love, Cam bolts so she doesn't have to admit she's broken.

Can West convince her that broken is beautiful?

Breaking His Code is the start of the best-selling Away From Keyboard military romance series. Each book is a complete standalone with a happy-ever-after.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940158789854
Publisher: Patricia D. Eddy
Publication date: 07/20/2017
Series: Away From Keyboard , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 19,452
File size: 579 KB

About the Author

Patricia D. Eddy writes romance for the beautifully broken. Fueled by coffee, wine, and Doctor Who episodes on repeat, she brings damaged heroes and heroines together to find their happy ever afters in many different worlds. From military to paranormal to BDSM, her characters are unstoppable forces colliding with such heat, sparks always fly.
Patricia makes her home in Seattle with her husband and very spoiled cats, and when she’s not writing, she loves working on home improvement projects, especially if they involve power tools.
Her award-winning Away From Keyboard series will always be her first love, because that’s where she realized the characters in her head were telling their own stories—and she was just writing them down.

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