Welcome back to another exciting edition of Books Worth Your Bucks.
It’s the last big weekend of the summer–Labor Day weekend holiday here in the US. Traditionally everyone makes one last trek to the beaches. With tropical storm Hermine thrashing just off the Atlantic coast, it’s not looking good for a beach weekend. I think I’ll curl up with the last story in Undertow while the rain falls.
Undertow by Patricia A. Knight
Former Army Ranger, Max Harper didn’t know the young woman playing fetch on the beach with his therapy dog—but he wanted to. From his first meeting with Holiday Jones, her fresh beauty and soft heart swept him away. The wounded veteran knew he wanted forever with Holiday. There is just one small problem. She thinks he’s someone he’s not. When his down-to-earth Holiday learns who Max really is, love might not be enough—for no matter how generous a woman’s heart, it’s difficult to forgive deception..
About Patricia A. Knight
As a child I sat on our front stoop surrounded by the neighborhood kids making up fantasies about knights and fair ladies and cowboys and horses. My front stoop has changed but I haven’t. Grab a gin and tonic, have a seat on the porch (the wicker rocker is very nice) and let me tell you a story.
If you enjoy Undertow, you’ll want to check out Knight’s website and her Verdantian series.
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