Almost Blue

Rock and Roll Forever Book 2

by Mary J. Williams

Indie Published

Contemporary Romance

July 31, 2019

Available in: e-Book

Almost Blue
by Mary J. Williams

When does a marriage of convenience cross the line and become inconvenient?
When you break rule number one.
Don’t fall in love with your wife.

When Beck Kramer’s band, Razor’s Edge, broke up, his brief rush of fame and fortune left a bad taste in his mouth. Five years later, he’s left the music behind and found success working for his family’s construction business.

Life is good. Until he meets the woman who makes him take a second look, and a third—beautiful and fiercely independent Sawyer Hale.

Sawyer moved to Eatonville to get away from her past. The last time she fell in love, her heart ended up as roadkill. She’s happy without a man. Then, Beck walked into her life. Sexy, sweet, and too tempting for her own good, he turned her stable world upside down.

They said "I do" on a drunken whim; a marriage of convenience. Now, Beck needs to decide if their wedding was a huge mistake or the best decision he ever made.

From ex-rock star to fake husband, his life is a mess. But he isn’t ready to give up on Sawyer.

Whoever said nice guys finish last, never met Beck Kramer.

Almost Blue is a standalone novel. Grab your copy now.

Rock & Roll Forever is a spinoff of the Hart of Rock & Roll series.



Mary J. Williams' Bio

It Has Always Been My Dream To Write A Book

And I always knew it would be a romance novel. When I was a teenager I assumed my book would have a historical setting, those were the kinds of stories I liked best, I even grew my hair long so I could be like the heroines in my favorite stories. But now I see myself and my books in the present dealing with the joys and sorrows of our modern world. Harper Falls is a place my imagination dreamed up, but it is based in reality. I grew up in Washington State and went to school in a small town on the Columbia River. Harper Falls is that town but an idealized version. I hope you enjoy reading about the town and the characters.

And as much as I enjoyed telling their stories, these books are not the end of my dream but the beginning.