Publication date: September 1st 2018
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense
When Navy Seal Operative Luke Kiersey is finally granted leave after five years, he finds himself driving to a house he doesn’t recognize in a town he’s never been to. The house is home to a beautiful woman and a little girl with big blue eyes. Day after day, he drives back only to hide in the shadows and wonder why he can’t seem to walk away from them.
His therapist says is PTSD.
His handler tells him he’s just not cut out to be part of the civilian world.
Luke can’t help but feel like it’s more.
The dog tags that once hung proudly around his neck, now feel like a collar; leashing him to a life that he fears he didn’t choose. After the terrible things he’s done in the name of freedom, could he possibly be worthy of something as precious as the woman and child he continues to watch?
When the two worlds collide, Luke needs his mind to be stronger than the implant the government placed in his back. They’ve told him he can’t survive without the implant they use to control him, but Luke’s wondering if he can survive without the little girl with big blue eyes and the gorgeous woman she calls mamma.
Andrea is a wife, mother and writer from small town West Virginia. She spends her time while she’s not dreaming up lovers and villains alike chasing after her two kids and husband.
Her overactive imagination and her husband’s wacky dreams attribute to her love of the written word. Guilty pleasures include reading all night and Reese Cups
4 STAR Review by Jodi for Ruby Red Romance Review
I enjoyed the idea of this book, but it fell just a little short for me. Andrea Bills did a good job of telling this story, but there were parts that I didn’t like. I hated that how Luke and Jen “ended”. It was hard for me. It hurt my heart, but that doesn’t mean that there weren’t parts of this story that I loved. I loved every second of Bella. She was the light of this story.
Andrea Bills did a great job writing this story. I’m not sure why I didn’t love it. I think it might have been the sci-fi parts for me. I don’t know why, but I just didn’t love it.