Monday, February 13, 2017



The last Resisting the Fall novel in my on-going Hope Parish world. Ethan knows there's something wrong with pretty new waitress Lawson Edwards, but gaining her trust enough for her to spill the details was an excuse for getting close to this beauty. She was running on empty, her car, her body, her motivation. Ethan wasn't going to give up without a fight, but he'd have to be careful not to spook her. If she disappeared...there would be no way to help her...or to hold her forever.
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Genre: New Adult Romantic Suspense

Release Date:February 13, 2017


Lawson Edwards has been running for so long, she can’t remember what it’s like to have a normal life. Destitute, living in her car, this former stripper hits Suttontowne and lands a job as a waitress at Outlaws. It’s only temporary until she gets enough cash to run again. Staying in one place too long wasn’t safe. But when Ethan Fairchild finds her after she faints from hunger, she just can’t shake him. He’s solid and strong, caring and protective. But Lawson cannot and will not involve him in her problems. There can be no happily ever after for her in his arms.

Ethan Fairchild ran off after a nasty fight with his preacher father who wanted Ethan to follow in his footsteps. It wasn’t what he wanted and the expectations for Ethan’s future were too much. Ethan joined the Marines and after his discharge returned back to his father and Suttontowne. Now he’s busy partnering with Chase Sutton on his Bait and Tackle business and still bartending for Outlaws. When he finds Lawson on the ground outside of Outlaw’s, he helps her and his sixth sense tells him that she’s in trouble. It isn’t until he learns of her current desperate circumstances that he realizes what kind of trouble. He wants to help her, but his heart has different plans when it tumbles for her. Will she trust him and make a stand—with him or flee and break his heart?