Fox has what she considers to be a perfect life. Married to Lincoln,
a military pilot, she’s living the Army life she’s always loved.
Being a sucker for great love stories, Lynsie makes it her mission to
find Lincoln’s best friend and co-pilot, Dax Adams, a good
Losing the one woman he’s ever loved, Dax attempts to be a good sport by
playing along in Lynsie’s match-making scheme. However, Dax is
certain he will never get the woman of his dreams.
But life doesn’t always fly smoothly. When turbulence strikes, Lynsie
watches her world crash and burn around her, leaving her empty with
broken wings. Despite her grief, can she mend the pieces back
together and learn to fly again?
TEN YEARS AGO, I fell in love with a boy.
In the blink of an eye, the boy I loved was ripped from me.
TEN YEARS LATER, I ran into the boy I had lost.
Yet, he’s no longer a boy.
He’s a man.
A deeply wounded man.
Dustin Adams was once known for his down to earth, care free spirit. He was the well rounded kid with a promising future.
Until the girl he loved was yanked from his life.
Now, Dustin is known for his distance and the coldness he radiates. He is simply a shell of the boy he once was.
Living the Army life, the close calls he’s surrounded by daily have done nothing but further harden his heart.
Until the girl he once loved reappears in his life.
Can what they shared so long ago be restored? Or is Dustin fated to live a life of brokenness?
born an “Army Brat”, Erika Ashby has been residing in
Oklahoma the last 10 years finally putting an end to the nomad
tendencies she had grown accustomed to. She’s a happily married woman
who has 5 kids between her and her husband. She has an insane passion
for music and embraces her Inner Groupie any chance she has. It
wasn’t until the age of 29 that she realized she also had a hidden
passion for reading; before then she claimed to have hated it. Six
months after unlocking that deep desire she never knew she held, she
turned the key to another chapter of her life which has become the
desire to write. And the rest is still history in the making.