police officer on the verge of a new beginning. A beautiful woman
devoted to her career and her dream of putting down roots. The
hardest thing theyâ€™ll ever do is to take a chance on love . . .
Master at Arms Jackson â€œJaxâ€ Faraday is at a crossroads. He has
to decide whether to reenlist or get out while heâ€™s young enough to
make a difference in the civilian world. Either choice could mean
leaving behind his girl: his K-9 partner, Bella. But when sheâ€™s
injured during a training session, Jaxâ€™s only concern is making
sure sheâ€™s okay.
base veterinarian, town local Risa Reynolds is right where she
belongs: close to her parents in a farmhouse full of animalsâ€”with
room to grow. Sheâ€™s seen enough to put military men are on her â€œnot
happeningâ€ list, because they always leave.
tall, hazel-eyed sailor arrives in her clinic with his dog in his
arms, Risa finds herself falling hard. And all kinds of rules will
get broken when Jax, a man who sticks to the straight and narrow,
learns that thereâ€™s no predicting the twists and turns of the heart
. . .
the tender age of three, when she’d make her grandpa read Fourteen
Country Rabbits over and over and over again (and correct him when he
skipped parts). While she’s branched out over the years by reading
mystery, womenâ€™s fiction, and urban fantasy, she always circles
back to romance in the end. That’s probably because she’s married to
her real life hero. Her wonderful hubby has served in the US Navy for
the past twenty two years and heâ€™s done things he canâ€™t tell her
about. But it doesnâ€™t stop her from being extremely proud of him
and the sacrifices he makes for her, his family, and his country.
Heâ€™s also uber-supportive of her dreams and of their three
children. Living in Mystic, CT and a member of Connecticut Romance
Writers of America, Gail loves to hear from readers.
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