Brooke’s life wasn’t always easy, but she dreamed of someday finding her happily ever after. She never planned on falling for a military man like her father, until she unexpectedly meets Jase Tyler at her door. The thought of being with him both terrified and excited her.
Jase knew Brooke was the woman for him. After declaring their love for each other they were forced to part ways, for reasons Brooke will never understand. Jase is left with his heart in shreds as he’s shipped off on a mission, unsure of his return. Will war make him forget everything he’s leaving behind or will his mission leave him branded as a traitor?
Brooke was shattered when Jase left, but she was forced to move on with her life even though her dreams had changed. She’s not prepared when the man from her past walks back through the door, or for the secrets they uncover while on the run from danger.
Jase, no longer a member of Phantom Team, but not knowing who else he can trust to protect what he holds dear, calls on his former SEAL Team. As they reunite as a unit and work together, they find out that nothing is what it seems. If Jase and Brooke live through the coming days, will their love be able to endure when the dust settles?
Hi, thank you so much for having me here at EverAfter Romance. I was of course a reader long before I ever became an author. Reading saved my sanity, and gave me the passion to follow my dreams, which is how romance has shaped me as not only a reader but an author. You see, when my youngest was born, he had underdeveloped bronchial tubes. I went from working fulltime as an accountant, to a stay at home mom.
Fast forward five years and my Goob is off to school. Kindergarten is a time when many parents can’t wait to see their little ones off, but for me, I was left with this feeling of loss. I honestly had no clue what I was going to do with my six and half hours a day (minus the two times I had to go give him breathing treatments) now that I didn’t have my Goob with me all day every day. That first day I literally sat outside his school and cried. Like, ugly cry until my face was red and puffy. I’m sure the other mothers thought I was a crazy woman, but I pretended I didn’t notice. The second day, my husband told me I needed to do something…that I couldn’t sit outside the school and cry all day. He said to go shopping. Usually, this would be great, because I had a blackbelt in shopping. Well, I had to wait for the mall to open; two hours after dropping my Goob off. Imagine what I looked like walking into the shopping center after one hundred and sixty minutes of crying. You get the picture? It was not pretty LOL.