#SnippetSunday #WeWriWa “Is he really gone?” #books #mustread #bookseries #AlintaBay

Hi everyone ♥

Here’s another snippet from ALINTA BAY where it all began – DEFYING RULES,  Logan’s story. All books in the series are available on KU. Book #1 is only 99c ♥


Today’s Snippet

Even though they’d been quiet, their presence must’ve woken his mother, and she appeared in the hall. Taken aback by her swollen face and puffy eyes, it was difficult for Logan not to feel or show his own anguish. With only a few steps, he was in front of her and took her in his arms, giving her the comfort she needed, and, at the same time, drawing comfort from her.

“So glad you’re home,” Maureen whispered into his chest, but before he was able to reply, Nick squeezed between them.


She pulled out of her son’s embrace and kneeled to take her grandson in her arms. “Oh, darling. I’m so sorry.”

“Is he really gone?” the boy wanted to know.

She ran her hand down his face. “I’m afraid so.”

Nick wept even more if that was possible. “I miss him.”

“We all do.”

Logan’s heart broke seeing his son in so much pain, and he wished there was a simple solution to help him.



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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10 thoughts on “#SnippetSunday #WeWriWa “Is he really gone?” #books #mustread #bookseries #AlintaBay”

    1. Thanks Nancy. I think it’s time to move forward a little in the story to happier moments 😉

  1. Children’s grief is always the most devastating. And animals when they mourn, without understanding where their loved one has gone. You evoke the hurt they are feeling very well.

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