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COLD CASES AND SECOND CHANCES
Release Date October 12, 2012
Life and death sometimes make you believe in second chances.
One thing I was sure of in my life was I'd never start over after my marriage of over thirty years ended. Yet when our kids formed lives of their own, we'd grown apart. I'd signed the papers and tried to move on. My work as a Homicide Detective became my life. It left me with no time to think, but I couldn't exist for my job alone. All that changed when the department assigned Remy Bosley as my new partner. He was too good to be true, but in a short time, he became my friend—maybe something more.
For twenty-eight years, I'd worked to leave my past behind. Although, when the horrors shaped you into the person you were, there was no escape. Being a cop for me was making sure no one else turned out like me. My partner, Robert Kauffman, made it clear how far I'd shoved my dreams down. I was too old and damaged for fairy tales, yet that's exactly what I wanted. In a few short years, his family became mine, and I couldn't lose that no matter how much I wanted more than friends. So when he was in danger, I did what had to be done, and nothing was ever the same.
What happens when you choose to throw fear aside and live unapologetically?
I did just that and never looked back. Although, I’d thought I was content until my best friend asked for a favor, and it brought me face-to-face with a big, bearded bear of a man. It wasn’t love at first sight, but it was something. I hadn’t realized how overwhelming that feeling was until Anderson Mara wanted me to be his.
Previously Published in Dirty Daddies 2020 Anthology. This will have significant expansion to the story.
The Next Powers County Book Coming Soon
You can’t run from your past.
Alex Quintin loved his daughter, Cameron, and adopted son, Kray more than anything. After living through a nightmare he’d felt they needed to get out of New York. Powers, Georgia called to him after all the stories his old friend told him and his occasional visits. He hadn’t thought twice when he’d packed up his penthouse and headed south. The only dark spot were his children weren't adjusting and hell came to Powers with them.
Safety changed everything.
Grace Upton moved to a small town in Georgia three years ago. A friend she’d met in an online support group spoke about the safety that existed there. Terrified of a repeat of the past she kept to herself running her thrift store and spending time with Harper. The other woman made her envious, but she couldn’t let the insecurities go, until a gorgeous older man walked into her store with his two teenagers and changed everything.