In the Company of Snipers Book 18
Windy Days Press
September 11, 2018
Available in: e-Book
Former Army Ranger Beau Jennings is first and foremost—just and only—that hard man in the darkest night holding fast against his country’s enemies, destroyers, and invaders. He’s a Viking. One of King Leonidas’ suicidal Spartans. A man forever alone. War was what he was made for and war is what he does best. He doesn’t aspire to anything higher. He has long since accepted his place in the world—until a woman of sunshine, light, and grace comes along…
Dr. McKenna Fitzgerald never married. A dedicated pediatrician, her life’s work is caring for other people’s children. After surviving childhood abuse at her mentally ill mother’s hand, she’s determined no little one in her care will ever experience what she lived through. It’s a noble calling, helping children and their parents navigate those stressful early years. She couldn’t be happier. She’s content and she’s successful. She has everything she’s ever wanted. Doesn’t she?
I always wanted to be a writer. I’ve dabbled in poetry, short stories, and more daydreaming than most. I remember long Sunday afternoon drives with my parents where they would tell us eight kids to: ‘Look out the window and see something!’ I’ve been looking out the window ever since…. In the great pines of the Pacific Northwest, I saw a woman with nowhere to run find refuge in the arms of a tender warrior who’d forgotten the man he once was… In the hills of Wyoming, I saw a man broken by the high cost of war, rediscover himself in the eyes of a pretty girl…
And in the Dairy State, (yes Wisconsin), I saw two people overcome horrific obstacles on their way to happily-ever-after.
Life is short.
Pick up a good book.
Enjoy. Look out the window and