Title: Free to Try
Author: C. W. Nightly
Release Date: November 7, 2014
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~ Synopsis ~Mercy hasnât had an easy life and has just escaped her sadistic and sociopathic ex- boyfriend Alex. Fearing the repercussions sheâll face if he finds her, she flees Florida leaving behind everything and everyone in exchange for a new beginning. Aiden lost his submissive and fiancÃ©e one year ago to a random act of violence. Adrift, he believes seeing the criminals brought to justice is what he needs to start living again. When Mercy Winters shows up at Aidenâs company, sent by the temp agency to fill a receptionist position, their instant attraction has sparks flying, surprising them both. While Aiden is prepared to hold on to the first woman to turn his head over the last year, Mercy would just as well run in the other direction. After Aiden manipulates the circumstances of her employment Mercy has no choice but to confide in her hot new boss. Aidenâs more than willing to help with ANYTHING she needs, while Mercy is more than willing to give up her body in order to experience the intense pleasure only Aiden can provide. But in return he wants everything, body, heart and soul. Can she even consider his offer and keep one step ahead of Alex?
~ Excerpts ~The window behind her gave a spectacular view. How appropriate he thought, to be a full moon tonight, the apex of one of natureâs unstoppable cycles. More or less fifteen days ago the new moon was born to culminate in the spectacle tonight. Light spilled into the ink like darkness, guiding the way, holding out a glitter of hope for those unfortunate enough to find themselves in nightâs somber embrace. For him, Mercy was that light.
~ About the Author ~Born and raised in Montreal, Canada, C. W. still calls Montreal home, surrounded and supported by her husband, five children and Siamese cat. She has always loved reading, but only recently began indulging in writing herself. She also enjoys the smell of spring rain and walking through the first snowfalls of December at night, especially when the snow is crunchy. Her message to readers?
"Nothing beats revisiting a good story where the characters are like old friends."
âEveryone is entitled to their own happily ever after.â