Marc and Susan are from different worlds, but have one commonality: emotional baggage.
Having lost his wife and business partner of twenty-plus years, Marc struggles to find purpose in life. Living on proceeds from selling his company, Marc has little financial sense for money’s value; however, soon after moving to Colorado, this reckless streak is destined to change when he meets Susan.
Educated and wise, Susan has always lived a comfortable yet ordinary existence. Upon meeting Marc their connection is strong, but Marc’s financial indifference proves a source of increasing conflict. Furthermore, Susan herself is haunted. The dark relationships left behind have found a way back into her world, as moving away doesn’t always equate to truly moving on.
When Susan’s daughter is made a pawn by her vengeful ex, Marc’s money may indeed make all the difference, . . . can newfound love withstand the emotional rollercoaster?
Warning: contains graphic steamy sex scenes
A hopeless romantic since the teenage years T. K. embarked on several relationships only to find emptiness in the end. Finally, the last of those relationships bore the fruit of true love, and after many years they are still together more in love than ever before. These relationships, along with a diversified work background, have provided T. K. with vast knowledge from which to draw upon for character and story development. T. K. has a passion for good food and great wine while enjoying a really good love story. T. K. and family – which include two very spoiled cats – live in the Southwestern US.
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Ah well… The cover… Yikes… Now I would like to be naked and getting some 🤣🤣🤣
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😂😂 when I saw a notification from you, I had a feeling it would be something like this.
The standing line of P is at the right place… Or wrong place… Damn I can’t see anything 🤣
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