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of. Her series The Keller Family has graced bestseller charts since its release in 2011, along with her other series and single title books. The married mother of five sons promises Happily Ever After always…and says she can write it, because she lives it.
her front step. She is also an accomplished martial artist with a second degree
black belt in Tang Soo Do.
write and help make the dreams of other aspiring authors come true too.
only been to Parson’s Gulch, Oklahoma once, and she certainly hadn’t been privy
to its back roads.
her, as she watched his other wife and their two children climb from the black
limousine and walk into the church.
long before he and Amelia had met. That was the end of her marriage. In that
moment, she’d even contemplated killing him, but that wasn’t how she did
things—she was just angry.
and use her words to fight, not her hands—though she could. She was plenty
capable of killing the man. She was a trained martial artist. There were
hundreds of ways she could have taken him down.
mine in Iraq had ended his life.
Damn it, he might have been a bastard, but she’d loved him. His death wasn’t
what she’d wanted—not really anyway.
his lies and his deceptions. She didn’t want him to be taken from his
children—now that she knew he had them.
After all, there was a lot to sort out.
The day was only going to get worse.
mostly done in Oklahoma City. I never met his wife. Wives.” He gritted his teeth.
“Not as sorry as I am.”
mourners were obviously from the community and had probably known Adam since he
was a child. Many had gone to the front and hugged his mother and Vivian. The children, one on each side, stayed close to her.
He said it had all been a big mistake, but she knew that was a lie.
walked through the door. She looked frazzled as if she’d taken that first dirt
road and not the second, which Amelia had been warned about.
Wasn’t the widow of a U.S. solider supposed to know that she’d married an
honorable man? Wasn’t…
for his children?
you don’t belong here.
woman next to him began to sob even harder.
going to be okay?”
bouncing every time she tried to suck in a breath, shook her head. “Was that
his wife? His other wife?”
chest. She leaned across, in front of Sam as the other mourners left the
church, and looked the woman in her bloodshot eyes.
through gritted teeth and the woman slowly nodded.
the church emptied out and crossed her arms over her chest.
her husband out of the church.
the back, as if she hadn’t existed.