Synopsis: Don’t let my petite and innocent appearance fool you, because I’m one person you don’t want to cross. I’m Micah, the youngest member of Resurrection…If only they knew how young. My fake ID says I’m twenty-one.
And I will be…in four years.
What can I say? I blossomed early. Home sucked, so I left, determined to do something with my life.
Landing the gig as lead vocalist in the band was a dream come true. I’ve worked hard to make something of myself and nothing is going to ruin that for me.
Then He showed up.
He’s hot as hell and so into me. But he’s also twenty-five.
I don’t want to lie to him, but if the truth comes out I’ll lose everything, including him.
About the Author: Missy lives in a small town in Central Victoria with her husband, and her confused pets (a dog who think she’s a cat, a cat who thinks he’s a dog…you get the picture).
When she’s not writing, she can usually be found looking for something to read.
Hadley has had a life of wrong.Wrong doings from many people set into
centripetal motion leading to a future that has Hadley not able to stand up for
herself, scared to take a chance, and leery to trust anybody.But most of all, it caused Hadley to give up
her passion, dreams and success as a ballet dancer.
Hadley’s parents died when she was 8 years old.Because no family was willing or able to take
her in, she was placed in the foster care system and provided with a guardian
who would make certain that Hadley was taken care of and would maintain her
finances until certain stipulations were met.This guardian is the epitome of a slime bucket.He has taken advantage of a young girl all
her life when she had nobody else to depend on and she had no reason to think
he wasn’t doing his job.
Hadley works in graphic design.Her job is located in the same building that
Miller Genetti has his business.For the
past 3 years she has eyed him from afar, doing a daily web search on him, and
dreaming of him being hers.Little does
she know that for the past year Miller has also had his eye on Hadley.
Miller is trying to right the wrongs he has done in the
past.He comes from an Italian family –
a.k.a. La Famiglia, and his uncles prefer to do things “the family way.”If you are thinking that Miller’s family is
considered mafia by “the family way” anecdote, you are correct although Miller
has nothing to do with those dealings. Miller’s
past haunts him and because of this he takes it upon himself to right that
wrong by making certain that he can provide protection and safety to those
close to him.He will go to any lengths
to make this happen, even if means his own self is put in harm’s way.Miller spends some time away from home and it
is during this time that letters are sent between Miller and Hadley and an
otherwise unlikely relationship grows.
“Let me love you,
Hadley was present the night her parents died but feels
that there is a void in her recollection of the events.Even after
18 years this bothers her tremendously and she will not let it rest.She wants answers in order to finally let it
go and to consider herself free from the past that continues to haunt her.
In her quest to find answers, a missing piece of the puzzle
is found.This piece could either assist
Hadley in filling in the blanks and help her move forward, or it could threaten
her newly discovered ability to trust.Has Miller’s love for Hadley broken down enough of her walls to allow
Hadley to forgive? Just when Hadley comes to terms with this recent
development, more truths, twists, and turns are thrown at her.Hadley and Miller will need to have a strong
relationship built when everything comes falling down around her and she needs
somebody to hold her up and Miller will need to reassure her that he can be
“You’re it for
me.The one I spoke of in my letters,
the one who completes me, who my soul aches for when we’re apart.”Miller threw his hands in the air and looked
up.“The one woman in this entire world
that I would die for, and I can’t f*cking convince her I love her.”
I have read Ms. Bell’s Irreparable series and thoroughly enjoyed them.If you have read them and are under the
impression that this book will be of the same writing style, you will be
wrong.The author has written this in
third person and has expanded her focus on content that may not be suitable for
all readers.There are scenes graphic in
nature both sexual and violent along with sex trafficking being implied.
“Miss, are you coming?” Miller asked.
Hadley dragged her gaze from his neatly pressed trousers,
stopping at his rugged and handsome face. Miller’s come-hither smile suggested
he could make all of her fantasies come true. Not that she would ask him to.
She sought out the jagged scar that started in the middle
of his chin and disappeared under his sharp jaw. It intrigued her. She had a
similar one on her right cheek, faded and usually covered with foundation. His,
thicker and more prominent, reflected a whisper of imperfection on an otherwise
perfect male specimen. Only the stubble that typically shadowed his chin,
hinted it bothered him. Hadley often wondered how he got it, but dared not ask.
In truth, Hadley dared not speak to him, period.
“Miss,” Miller repeated, “are you coming?”
Am I coming?
Of course, Miller meant into the elevator with him, but
Hadley interpreted it with an alternate meaning. His question rang out
literally—the way Hadley dreamt about the previous night, Miller making her
come until she begged him to make love to her. Her trembling thighs had woken
her from the tantalizing dream.
K J Bell currently lives in California
with her husband and three children. As a mother of three, when she’s not
writing, she’s usually carting one of her children to their various activities.
She enjoys reading, and music, and is
equally addicted to both.
Writing is a passion she simply can’t
She loves hearing from her readers and
can be found on various social media sites
it better to have loved and lost or to have never loved at
successful and stylish, Autumn Jones believes in love. She believes
in the all-consuming, mind blowing enormity of love. She believes in
the euphoric state of loving and being loved. She believes in it
because she’s had it once. And when it was lost, she was
devastated, but she never stopped believing in the existence of love.
Unwilling to settle, she learned from the past and moved on with the
expectation that she’ll love again.
talented, and slightly jaded, Summer Wilson believes in sex. She
believes in the all-consuming, mind blowing enormity of good sex. She
believes that love exists, but Prince Charming does not. At least not
for her. She’s seen the downside of love—insanity, heartbreak,
infidelity, divorce—and she dates with the expectation that she
won’t ever subject herself to that type of vulnerability. Instead,
she chooses to love her family, her friends, and her work. And
although she enjoys the company of men, her heart is hers and hers
friends since elementary school, Autumn and Summer kick off the
summer by embarking on a dating experiment. Unfortunately, expecting
the unexpected doesn’t prepare them for what the dating world has
~ Teasers ~
~ Dreamcast ~
~ Autumn and Summer Playlist ~
Be Dead By Tomorrow”
Still Beats For You”
We Had (Stays On My Mind)”
~ Author Bio ~
am a married event planner and life coach. My awesome friends and
family and my amazing husband make my life sweet. I love to have fun
and enjoy the life I’ve been blessed with. I love shopping and
football with equal fervor. I’m an amateur movie critic (i.e. my
husband and I watch and critique a lot of movies for fun). I love to
read and I enjoy sharing my love of books with anyone who will
listen. I love music. A good lyric with a good melody can paint a
vivid picture and invoke such a range of emotions. I have a soft spot
for most mediums of creative, artistic expression.
degrees in psychology, human services, and marriage and family
counseling, I have a unique perspective on life, love and the pursuit
of happiness. As an author, I combine an active imagination and life
experiences to create stories that are easily relatable and
intentionally intriguing. I want to offer you a peek into someone
else’s life and for you to get lost in their story, their trials,
their triumphs. My ultimate goal is to create a character or a story
that stays with you long after you’ve put the book down. So
in a nutshell: I plan. I teach. I read. I write. I watch. I critique.
I shop. I play. I love. To
know me is to love me.