"Sometimes Love is Worth the Risk"
Sarah Jennings wants nothing more than a quiet life--alone. Raised by an eccentric mother, their life on the road only taught her how to run away from hard times. When she finds herself in an abusive relationship, this lesson serves her well.
Eight years later, she's settled back in her hometown and less fearful than she's ever been in her life. She's a first-grade teacher, and with few friends and less family around, she has what she wants, a quiet life under the radar where she can be free of her past and live quietly. Until one night and one brutal act of violence changes everything.
Injured and afraid, Sarah wants to run again, but Mark Summors refuses to let her go.
Mark was born and raised in Santa Rosa. He married his high school sweetheart and never questioned his life until he found his wife with another man. Now divorced, he wants something more. He's passionate about his job, he wants to protect people, and he devotes his life to it. This time, he's protecting more than just another client, he's protecting his future; at least, Sarah Jennings will be his future, once he convinces her she loves him.
When Sarah agrees to let Mark help, she doesn't anticipate just how important of a role he'll play in her future or how the violence in her past will come back to threaten them both.
This is the Complete Embrace Series by Dana Mason.
LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF THIS SERIES...
I couldn’t stop reading once i started. I couldn’t put it down. When I finished the series, I immediately went in search of more books by Dana Mason. Disappointed I didn’t find any. Dana, if you are reading this, I can’t wait for the next one. Keep ‘me coming! Janbergy
Embrace by Dana Mason
The best series I had ever read!!! I was so addicted to this book, I could not put it down, I stayed up super late at night.
Friends til the End
Three women and three men growing up together while living, learning and loving each other. Life throws ugly things at them and they rally together to survive but there’s also good thrown into their lives. Does the good outweigh the bad or vice versa?