Book Spotlight: Reclaim Me by Ann Marie Walker & Amy K. Rogers
(Chasing Fire #3)
by Ann Marie Walker & Amy K. Rogers
Release Date: October 20, 2015
About Reclaim Me
As the heart-pounding Chasing Fire trilogy concludes, a dangerous entanglement leaves Hudson and Allie wondering how much they're willing to risk for the love they can't live without...
There's almost nothing Alessandra Sinclair wouldn't do for Hudson Chase. He was her first love, and she's determined that he'll be her last. But when the terrible truth Hudson has been hiding comes to light, Allie finds herself caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse with a man from her past who's determined to use what he knows to ruin Hudson. Now, the only way to save the man she loves may be to lose him forever...
Hudson has always known that the secrets he keeps could be his downfall, but he never expected them to put Allie's life in danger as well. It's time for him to come clean--before everything he's ever wanted is destroyed...
Includes previews of Remind Me and Release Me, the first two books of the Chasing Fire trilogy.
Praise for the Chasing Fire trilogy
"Exceptional...Seriously sexy and sinfully steamy. Can't wait for more from this writing duo!" -- New York Times bestselling author Tara Sue Me
"Walker and Rogers strike the perfect balance between blistering physical desire and heartfelt connections..." -- RT Book Review
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About Ann Marie Walker & Amy K. Rogers
Though thousands of miles apart, Ann Marie Walker and Amy K. Rogers are in constant contact, plotting story lines and chatting about their love of alpha males, lemon drop martinis, and British supermodel David Gandy.
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Allie bent to tuck her phone into the carry-on stowed beneath the seat in front of her. A shiver of awareness swept over her skin and she stilled. Hudson. She felt his presence just as surely as if he’d touched her. But despite the brief moment she took to prepare herself, the sight of him still took her breath away. He was standing in the aisle, the muscles of his chest and arms flexing as he shrugged out of his wool coat and handed it to the flight attendant. His hair was damp, no doubt from the snow falling outside, and when he reached up to run his hand through the unruly mane, his sweater rode up, affording her a glimpse of his honed washboard abs and the trail of dark hair that disappeared beneath his belt.
He glanced down and caught her staring. “See something you like?”
She ignored his obvious innuendo, choosing instead to address the much bigger issue. “What are you doing here?”
“Going after what’s mine.”