Dezarae Kerry had no time for men in her life. She was busy enough with her work, restoring old cars to their former glory. All that changed the wintry night she found a handsome Caucasian stranger along side the road and took him to her home.
Ross Connelly didn’t know who he was. The beautiful curvaceous ebony woman who had undressed him and put him in her bed didn’t know who he was either. Struggling to regain his memory, Ross has a fight to hold onto the woman who had saved his life once that is accomplished. The fact he is a SEAL, his appalling ex-wife, a friendless and despondent child are a few of the obstacles they must overcome to be together.
Dezarae tries to maintain her distance Ross is determined to make her understand that she is his heart, she is his soul. She is…
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Went on too long, could have been shorter with the action closer together. Liked the plot line and the characters. Looking forward to the other stories in this series.
Ironic, Johnny Reb. meets is heart throb
Connelly, Johnny Reb., and Dezarie, his flame, have a delightful story that is well written. The author skillfully leads the reader through the current and back stories of the characters and cognacs all the dots (obstacles) in their paths to happiness and brings about a favorable conclusion. The one caveat, Connelly’s tattoo, the rebel flag topped by and anchor, which represents the theme behind this story and is often referenced. The anchor represents the Navy Seal Team. The flag identifies him as one who at some point in his life felt superior to and dislike for the ethnicity of the person who saves his life and who he eventually starts to love. The story reveals that is ex-wife’s hatred of Dezarie is based on race, but Connelly never addresses ‘the flag’.