Secrets and Shadows by L.T. Marie
Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books
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Retired Army Staff Sergeant Lee Winters is trying hard to adjust to civilian life. She was released from duty after a bomb in Ramadi injured her and killed her troops, the only people she ever considered her family. Living day-to-day with the knowledge that she was the only one left alive, she hits rock bottom, and an old army buddy persuades her into taking a bodyguard job.
Jolene West is injured in an attack meant to get her famous sister’s attention. She resents her sister Tory’s life and plans to move away once she’s healed. In the meantime, Tory has hired a bodyguard to protect Jolene from further attacks, which is just one more thing she resents. What she hadn’t planned on was an undeniable attraction to the woman protecting her body.
Both women will try to fight their growing attraction for each other until one of them gives in or dies.
Lesbian Contemporary Romance
Second to None by L.T. Marie
Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (April 15, 2014)
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Brady Clark is a licensed physical therapist. She’s trying to recover from the death of her only remaining family member and lives a life that is orderly and controlled, refusing to allow anyone or anything to upset that balance.
Skylar Preston likes to live on the edge, whether that means fast bikes or fast women. She depends on no one but herself because life has taught her one thing: no one hangs around long enough to matter. Before she can be released from the hospital after a serious motorcycle accident, she has to meet with one of the physical therapists. She’s doesn’t like depending on others, which makes Brady Clark’s role in her life obtrusive and annoying.
They’re both fighting demons, old and new. A relationship could be disastrous, but if they can listen to their hearts, it just might be worth the risk.
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