Naval Aviator Jackson Williams is sure nothing can top the exhilaration of maneuvering a Super Hornet jet at over 1000 mph in rapidly changing battle scenarios, until he meets the lavender-eyed, Air Force Colonel Jennifer Ryan.
Jennifer Ryan’s once well-organized life is in shambles. Her marriage of twenty years is over thanks to her husband’s lying and infidelity. Vowing never to be hurt again, she works to build a new life with her daughters. Her plan continues until fate intervenes as she repeatedly encounters Jackson.
With him deploying soon Jennifer sees no harm in a date, but both fall hard and fast. Soon they’re thrown into a cat and mouse game with a stalker. Could it be one of Jennifer’s clients, someone from her past, or Jackson trying to secure her love?
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The word divorce froze Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Jennifer Ryan’s heart. Despite the internal battle she stood, spine pencil straight, and recited her mental mantra, don’t give in to the hurt and anger. Nothing will be gained by crying or losing your temper. Their daughters deserved a stable home. The constant military moves were disruptive enough. No matter what she had to endure their daughters came first and they loved their father, unconditionally.
For balance she placed her fingertips on the kitchen counter, drew in a long, slow breath, let it out gently. “What part of ‘I don’t want a divorce’ are you having trouble comprehending?” Her voice was low, but intense as she spoke over her shoulder to her husband.
Stalling to face him, she poured coffee into her brightly painted dachshund mug. The cup warmed her fingers. The aroma of dark roast coffee calmed her. She’d seen the signs, another affair, denied it. Damn! She was one of those women with her head in the sand. Emotions rose in her throat like bile.
Phillip paced the kitchen, turned to face her. “Whether you believe it or not our marriage is finished. I want a divorce.” He leaned in, his eyes cold, hostile, the stare so intense it caused her to hold her breath.
His harsh demeanor and tone chilled her to the bone. “I can’t accept it is. You’ve had affairs before and came back.” She unconsciously rubbed the top of the 1950s rectangle table. The first piece of furniture they’d scrimped and saved to buy.
EJ Towler lives in coastal Virginia and writes tales of extraordinary women and the men they love (or sometimes simply tolerate). Her first novel Stealth Maneuvers, a military romance, has multiple 5-star reviews on Amazon.
EJ is a veteran of the US Army, a retired psychology professor, and dachshund advocate. She and her service dog, Huckleberry Hound, are avid travelers for research and fun.
Her stories have unusual twists and turns, but none began on a dark and stormy night. Her books feature dachshunds who, along with the heroines, find their happily ever after. All EJ’s books and stories have a bit of truth from events in in her life. It is up to the reader to ferret out what’s fact and what’s fiction.
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