#SnippetSunday #WeWriWa “They’d always been close.” #booklover #Sundayblog #Readers #AlintaBay

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DEFYING RULES,  Logan’s story.
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Today’s Snippet

Logan appreciated that Harrison had stepped in to help her cope.

Fighting back the urge to shed a tear, he remembered the last couple of times he had cried. He’d shed a few the first time he’d held his son in his arms. Scared and excited over being a dad. But he’d cried bitterly when Kelly had died only a day later from post-operative complications. Nothing had prepared him for the loss and the void inside him. A widower already at only eighteen years. Yet, he was forced to get up every day to look after his son, care for him. His parents and his sister, Kristen, had been a great help, and little had he known, or dared to think, how wonderful fatherhood would turn out to be.

The tears trickled down his cheeks now, his chest heaving as he cried silently. “Yes,” he commented on his cousin’s statement in a whisper, his voice almost breaking. “I thought she wouldn’t cope well. They’d always been close.”



Sometimes one has to break rules in order to find happiness…

Widower Logan Hendrix is puzzled by the recent series of small crimes against his son’s new teacher. It’s a mystery to him, and he offers her his help. There’s an instant attraction, and Logan wants to take their parent/teacher relationship to a more personal level.

It doesn’t take Addison Ryker long to fall in love with Alinta Bay, the small town she’s moved to for her new teaching position at the local primary school. Her newfound haven is threatened, however, when her house is broken into and she is relying on the unbelievably stubborn but very sexy Logan for help. Although captivated by him, Addison worries her career could be compromised, because there are rules about dating a parent.

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6 thoughts on “#SnippetSunday #WeWriWa “They’d always been close.” #booklover #Sundayblog #Readers #AlintaBay”

  1. How horrifying to find yourself at 18 a widower with a new-born son. He must have been a strong man, even at 18 to have withstood it. Excellent snippet! Tweeted.

  2. I could feel his pain to an extent. While not a widower, I was a single parent when my son was young due to extenuating circumstances. This brought back memories, great writing to connect emotions.

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