Colorado Veterans Series
Finding Purpose: Book One
How do you fix a broken SEAL? You can't. At least that's what Judson says. I disagree.
Once upon a time, when I needed saving, he was there to hold my hand. Years have passed since I was that weak, broken girl; now I'm a strong, intelligent woman. I'm making the world a better place one arrest at a time and have everything I've always wanted—except Judson Rivers.
When Judson’s father died suddenly, he dropped out of college and became a Navy SEAL. He left everything from his old life behind, including me. After ten years, Judson’s military career ends abruptly when the vehicle he’s in runs over an IED. He has his hands full learning to live with one leg, PTSD and a civilian life he wasn’t ready to return to.
Now that I know the depth of his pain, I realize it’s my turn to be the savior. Years of pent-up passion are unleashed, but it may be too late if Judson can’t crawl out of hell. I have every intention of healing this wounded warrior before his demons are the ones who determine his fate.
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Finding Heart: Book Two
Marina Rossi is a tornado of personal chaos, always stumbling into trouble no matter how hard she tries not to. After being scarred by her family and placed into foster care as a teenager, she finds solace with Jasen until he’s moved to a new home. Because of all she’s endured, her biggest fear is being alone and her only goal in life is to create a loving family.
Jasen “Dex” Dexter aged out of the foster care system and dove straight into a career as a sniper in the Army. After nine years of service his platoon was ambushed, forever changing the course of his life. Now a police officer, Dex is known for being patient, calculated and methodical. He enjoys the solitude his life provides and wants to keep it that way.
Dex’s perfectly arranged life is turned on its head when he encounters Marina in a compromising situation. Even after twelve years apart it only takes them seconds to recognize one another. As Marina faces more trouble than one woman should, Dex feels his orderly life slipping away. While he tries to sort out his conflicted feelings, Marina becomes the target of a crazed stalker. If Dex doesn’t make a decision, it might be too late for both of them.
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Finding Passion: Book Three
Javier Suarez left the Marines four years ago after experiencing the ugliest facets of war. He’s been to hell and back but now he feels that his life is complete. He runs his own private investigative firm, spends time with his family and volunteers for local charities. He doesn’t need anything else.
Valerie Larinsky has spent the last 18 years fighting for the lives of her patients as a naval combat surgeon. But now that she’s returned to civilian life she has a new fight on her hands; her husband has left her, taking their only child with him.
Javier’s life is turned upside down when he takes Valerie on as a client. He’s drawn to her in ways he doesn’t want to be. The two do their best to ignore the fire igniting between them as they forge a working friendship. When Javier’s old issues resurface, it’s Valerie’s turn to figure out how to help him before he loses the battle of life.
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Finding Life: Book Four
She's not your average blonde bombshell.
He's not an ordinary Army combat veteran.
Feisty Colby Averette is every man's dream. Adding successful monster truck driving auto mechanic into the mix makes her irresistible. But she's never been lucky in love--and that's fine with her as she focuses on her family and career.
Until she encounters him.
Former combat medic Victor Martinez has been to hell and back--in Afghanistan and in his personal life. Now, a widower and a partner in a law firm, his friends fill his free time, but he wants more. And when he meets Colby, everything changes. Torn between the pain of his past and the hope for a future, can Victor find a life he thought was gone long ago?
Finding Hope: A Colorado Veterans Christmas Book 5
Marine Corps veteran, Cy McMullen walked away from his life, and everyone he loved, never looking back. Suffering from severe PTSD from his time overseas has left him socially crippled and emotionally damaged. With limited coping skills and an inability to trust anyone, he now lives a hopeless, solitary life on the streets.
Registered Nurse, Rosie Rossi recently moved to Colorado Springs to be near her sister, after a forced estrangement that lasted nearly two decades. She loves spending time with her sister and family, but she needs something to call her own as she struggles to deal with the ghosts of her own past. She soon finds purpose in volunteering at the local Veteran's homeless shelter.
One cold December afternoon, circumstance pushes Rosie and Cy together in a way that forces them to come to terms with things they've long since avoided. An unlikely friendship blossoms between the two with a warmth that could melt even the most frozen of hearts.
In a season where miracles are born, fate chose to bring these two lonely, broken people together to heal one another. The pain of the past is the only thing standing in their way, but they both have been given a gift, something they thought was gone forever... hope.