You know when I first hired my graphic designer for my covers,
she was given one instruction and basic guidance...
My covers had to work with the Top Off Tuesday meme from my Smitten with Reading review blog.
She has ALWAYS stepped up to the challenge for me and this time I got to use a gorgeous photo from Kruse Images & Photography of a true active-duty Air Force hottie, Frederick Wingate. So perfect for these stories!
For the 4th, I created a
special limited-time e-book bundle of my
When the Mission Ends Trilogy
(the original three books and novellas featuring the Robertson family)
The bundle is available NOW!
(e-book for a limited time only)
Cover Designer: Amanda Matthews (AM Design Studios)
Cover Photo: Shauna Kruse (Kruse Images & Photography)
Cover Model: Frederick Wingate
**Details about the bundle**
It contains 3 full-length novels and 1 novella:
bonus novella...Before the Mission Begins
(NONE of these books are new...this is a re-release bundle...but it is the first time the novella is available in PRINT if you're buying a print copy)
(will only be available in kindle format for a limited time)
which is 60% off the original price for these books
(remember this is 3 FULL-LENGTH books and a novella)
The military has always been a way of life for the three Robertson siblings: older brother, Colton and twins, Chris and Cassie. Colton and Chris went into the Air Force as pilots and Cassie is a military history professor at Texas Tech University. But when Chris’s jet is shot down in a horrible mission gone wrong, it throws their entire world into disarray—affecting not only their lives, but also the lives of their friends.
What happens after that mission ends and they have to find a new focus for living?
It’s been six months.
Six months since Jake Madsen let Chris Robertson die.
Six months since the passion between Jake and Cassie, Chris’ sister, stepped over the line.
But now Cassie’s being stalked and it’s time for Jake to swallow his guilt, grief, and lust so he can save her life, even if it’s a life without him. He owes it to his dead friend and he owes it to Cassie. He’s fallen in love with her, but she doesn’t have to know that for him to keep her safe.
Colton Robertson left his career in the Air Force…
… to come home and help his family heal. Unfortunately, his reception was not quite what he’d hoped for and he ended up as roommate to hippy dippy yoga instructor Penelope Pruitt.
Penelope has spent her life under the restrictive thumb of her parents and she doesn’t want to do the same with the straight-laced, serious Colton. But when it becomes apparent that Penelope’s life is in danger, Colton won’t settle for anyone else protecting Penelope besides him.
Opposites attract and that’s definitely the case with Colton and Penelope. On the surface, they don’t have anything in common, but as the sparks fly and the danger ramps up, their passion is inevitable.
They had a single night of passion before he deployed on a risky mission.
18 hours on a mission gone very wrong was all it took to shatter all their hopes and dreams.
He survived 6 months of captivity and torture, kept alive by dreams of her.
She thought he was dead and moved on only to have her world fall apart once again.
Two people who have been hurt more than any two people should ever have to suffer. Can they find redemption and healing with each other or will another threat shatter what’s left of them?
A tortured hero.
A grieving heroine.
A serial rapist who won’t give up.
Warning: This book features graphic sexual violence which some readers could find disturbing.
Before the Mission Begins
Before his mission began, he went home. 24 hours to say goodbye to his twin sister.
Instead he found her. A girl that was nothing like the one he thought he knew.
They have 24 hours. 24 hours before he deploys on an extremely dangerous mission. 24 hours together in a freak West Texas snowstorm. 24 hours that will have to get them both through the awful next year.
When the resident good-girl decides to take on the visiting bad-boy, 24 hours is all it takes to change their lives forever.
This is the story of the 24 hours that no one knew ever occurred…until now.
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