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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

He came home. She is now engaged to another man - Girl of Mine by Taylor Dean

The year is 2003 and Captain Lucas Graham is at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, about to be deployed to Iraq. A few weeks ago, he broke his engagement with Jillian Barrett, leaving her stunned and heartbroken.



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HE CAME HOME

The year is 2003 and Captain Lucas Graham is at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, about to be deployed to Iraq. A few weeks ago, he broke his engagement with Jillian Barrett, leaving her stunned and heartbroken.

Knowing he can’t leave for war without putting his affairs in order, Luke obtains a four day pass with only one goal in mind: explain his life story to his former fiancĂ©e. 

The problem: Jill is now engaged to another man. 

But Luke isn’t giving up. He only has four days to gain an audience with Jill, even if he has to resort to drastic measures to do so.

And he will . . . 

A interesting tidbit about GIRL OF MINE:

     My dad always worried about the cost of the electricity bill. If he walked past my bedroom and noticed that my light had been left on, he would turn it off and holler,
     "That's okay, Taylor, I got your light." 
     It became a bit of a joke in our household. My siblings and I loved to try and catch my dad leaving on a light, just so we could say,
    "That's okay, Dad, I got your light."
    Now that I'm an adult with my own family, the term takes on new meaning. 
    The message behind it has worked its way into my new novel, Girl of Mine.
   My father brought me into this world, he cared for me, and he taught me well. He gave me my "light," my life.
    He nourished my "light" and helped me become the person I am today.
    So, Dad, thanks for getting my light.
    I'll always be grateful.

About the author:

Taylor Dean lives in Texas and is the mother of four grown children.

Upon finding herself with an empty nest, she began to write the stories that were always wandering around in her head, quickly finding she had a passion for writing, specifically romance.
Whether it's paranormal, contemporary, or suspense--you'll find all sub-genres of clean romance in her line-up.


1 comment:

Taylor Dean said...

Hi! Just wanted to stop by and say thanks for featuring Girl of Mine on your blog! I appreciate it!