Blurb: Professional animal trainer, Carmen Rockwell, is happy living her life on the edge of society. She owns a high profile business that is run by her best friend, Lissy, the only person she thinks she needs in her life. Because of an unusual gift, she is the best in the country at what she does. She goes away for work and finds herself suddenly drawn into a new world- one that she never knew existed and against her will, it follows her home, demanding that she enter into the life she was destined to live. An important date is approaching fast, but will she turn away from this new world and hide or will she face her fate head on? One man could make all the difference- but does he love her or is she only a means to an end?
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Allaina Daniels is a sassy domestic goddess from Georgia whose addiction to caffeine is surpassed only by her passion for the written word.
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C: Looks down the hallway towards the guest bathroom then looks towards Gabriel. “You locked Kit in the bathroom again.”
A: “Gabriel, It’s been almost six months. Do you still not like that cat?
G: Grins, “It isn’t that at all. I just owed the little fur ball for leaving a dead bird in our bed.”
C: Sighs. “I swear you two are like siblings. I will be right back.”
A: Looks at Gabriel, “Oh, you’re in trouble.”
G: Shrugs. “I love being in trouble.”
A: “You are so bad.”
C: Sits back down. “What were you two talking about?”
A: “Have you two been to any fun vacation destinations lately?”
C: Brushes her curls out of her face absently, “We went to north Georgia for Christmas.”
A: “Oh really? Where did you stay?”
G: Blushes, “My place.”
A: “Was it clean?”
C: Laughs. “It was, although it lacked any sort of personality.”
A: “In his defense, he was a bachelor that last time he lived there.”
C: Smiles over at Gabriel. “I know.”