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Publisher Description

On a rainy night in Georgia, Ezekiel Neary lights a fire in the old hunting cabin in the mountains where he, his two brothers and father would come to get away from it.  Healing from a gun shot wound, the post traumatic stress has left him less than fit for human company.  Company was more than he bargained for when a naked pregnant woman in labor shows up on his doorstep.

The roads are washed out and Aisha Miller has no choice but to run from her captor or risk bringing her child into the world in a dark cabin.  Praying, she runs wildly through the woods, ending on a washed out road.  The only glimmer of hope is a blue mailbox, partially rusted, halfway sticking out under the sparse moonlight.

The lone cabin sits on a hill, with two large windows looking down on her as if to pity her circumstance.  Half crawling, the contractions are one minute apart and she prays that the figure in the window will be a Godsend versus the nightmare she just escape.

Join me as we head to Georgia for a new twist in the happily ever after of Ezekiel and Aisha.

February 13
Olivia Gaines
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Black beauty view ,

Beautiful story or two broken people finding love

This story was beautifully told, the relationship between Tameka and Zeke is trivial, emotional roller coaster, and heartwarming. You really get the see the transformation in each character and who the become in the end. Also I lobe the tie in for characters in her other books. Please read this book you will not be disappointed 💚

Brown world ,

My love for reading

Ma Gains has many books that’s great and a Pleasure to read unfortunately iTunes don’t have all her books please get all her books she has so many that needs to be read by all her fans please make more books available

Suezq10 ,

A Rainy Night in Georgia

I like the concept, Zek character was great and in-depth but Aisha left a lot to build on. Until you read the other books then
Her character comes out. There was an attraction but no sex or touching. It was like she was with holding herself from feeling even from her child. But the other books fill in what was missing.

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