An Anchor Series Novel
would you sacrifice for love?
the Department of Defense behind, Mac Whittaker is ready to join
his family on Capitol Hill. He’s just missing one thing―a woman he loves at his
Astrella has put her life’s goals
on hold for way too long. She’s finally putting away her cutting shears and
curling iron to bury herself in justice and the law.
until neither of them can walk away from the attraction that thunders across
their souls… from the truth of how their hills and valleys fit perfectly
importantly, will Georgie let him?
award-winning author, LJ Evans, comes a story of family and sacrifice inspired
by Lewis Capaldi’s “Bruises.” You won’t want to miss this inspirational,
distracting me from much thought other than putting my lips and tongue on every
single part of her.
the curve of her breasts, and her eyes fluttered closed and then opened.
before I can kiss you?” I asked and moved my hips slightly against hers, making
her breath hitch.
as she put her lips at the corner of mine. The scent of her filled my nostrils,
and my movements, tugging at her waist, went from gentle caresses to demands
fueled by aching need.
her back, because I had a feeling that I’d never be able to deny her anything
but that her walls were going to have me finding ways to climb across them
Should we shake on it?”
winning author, LJ Evans, lives in the California Central Valley with her
husband, daughter, and the three terrors called cats. She’s been writing,
almost as a compulsion, since she was a little girl and will often pull the car
over to write when a song lyric strikes her. While she currently spends her
days teaching 1st grade in a local public school, she spends her free time
reading and writing, as well as binge watching original shows like The Crown,
Victoria, Veronica Mars, and Stranger Things.
her the one thing she won’t do, it’s pretty much anything that involves
dirt—sports, gardening, or otherwise. But she loves to write about all of those
things, and her first published heroine was pretty much involved with dirt on a
daily basis. Which is exactly what LJ loves about fiction novels—the characters
can be everything you’re not and still make their way into your heart.
more about LJ and her books at http://www.ljevansbooks.com