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Publisher Description

Can love overcome the insecurities of the past?



Nita Brown is a big, beautiful, resilient woman. She’s endured the loss of a husband, the trials of raising three kids, and the joy of purchasing and running of her own business. But dealing with the issues her son has brought home at the same time meeting a man who sees her for who she is, now this just might bring her to her knees.


Chuck Layton is new in town. He followed his boss, Levi, to Bourbonville to continue working in his newly found profession. Learning the security business has helped him over-come the insecurities his father drilled into him his whole life, and this new case is honing his skills. But, just as he’s figured out what he wants to do with his life he finds he must weigh his livelihood against his growing love of Nita. Chuck has some decisions to make.


"This book was originally released in the Chandler County series as Missing Desire. To better reflect the genre, the cover and series title have changed, but the content remains the same."

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2019
September 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
179
Pages
PUBLISHER
Rolling Thunder Publishing
SELLER
Patti Fiala
SIZE
2.4
MB

Customer Reviews

777sails ,

Lethal Love

I received a complimentary copy of this book and I am voluntarily reviewing it.

This is a read that will keep you guessing. What started out as finding the person responsible for abusing dogs (Ammo from the second book) and several more in this one, turned into so much more. I was kept guessing in several places. The author did a wonderful job of keeping the story flowing smoothly. There was never a part when it felt forced.

I adored Chuck and easily identified with Nita, the large hairdresser that has a slight confidence issue due to something her deceased husband did many years ago. Chuck was also a large man in both height and muscle. He was the perfect male foil for Nita. I just loved these two characters. This book was written in a dual POV format. Getting into the characters' thought-process really made them seems so human. I could really relate to them.

I would recommend this book to anyone over the age of 18. There are a couple of scenes that just are not suitable for a younger reader.

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