All the Wrong Reasons (The Rawley Family Romances-6)
Geneva Rawley is broken. All of her hopes and dreams for a future ended the night the only man who ever loved her was killed in a tragic car accident. And it was completely her fault. The guilt of what happened is a burden that is slowly suffocating her, and finding relief in a pill bottle seems her only solution... until she meets Rhys.
Rhys Connor knows addiction, and he knows brokenness. He’s been down that road, and he knows that it’s nothing short of a miracle that he found his way back from it. That’s why he’s spent the last several years helping to bring others back from that precipice. When an AA buddy asks him to talk to his struggling cousin, he feels more than up to the task. But from the moment Rhys lays eyes on Geneva, he has a different reason for wanting to save her.
Can one broken soul save another from destroying herself, or will they both go down in flames?
Lost Along the Way (Love & Found Book 2)
Can coming home be a second chance for lost love?
Javi: Papa always told me I should shoot for the stars. I’m a dreamer, and I always had great big plans to go along with those dreams. But instead of moving away to hit it big as a famous chef, I was back home working two jobs to take care of my mom and sister. And the girl I thought I was going to marry someday? Well, things ended between us when we were both still off at college. Just when I’m beginning to doubt all that I once believed in . . . she pops back into my life.
Lizzie: No one ever expected much from me. I’m the youngest of three girls, so I always got all of the attention just by virtue of being the baby. I remember the day I told them I’d been accepted to a college in Ohio for a degree in marketing. Can you say skeptical? But I was going to show everyone that I could become something besides just one of “The Girls.” Somehow, though, I got off track. I managed to hide everything from from them for almost a year, but it’s time to come home, even if it is with my tail between my legs. I thought facing my parents and my sisters would be the hardest part . . . until I ran into him.
Maybe rediscovering our friendship can build into the sort of love that will last forever...