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Corporal Callahan Crowes returns home from Afghanistan missing part of a leg and haunted by guilt over the loss of his men. He pledges to live every moment of his life to the fullest and works to build a career in the only field he knows besides being a soldier: construction.
Reeling from her fiancé’s infidelity and their broken engagement, Kathleen O’Connor accepts a job far away from Boston and the suffocating pity of friends and family. She puts romance firmly behind her, and, armed with her shiny new architectural degree, launches her career with a commercial construction and design firm.
Her first day on the job, she sees Cal risk his life to rescue a fellow worker, and is shocked when his act of heroism triggers an unwarranted attack on him from her supervisor. When she learns Cal may lose his job because of his leg, Kathleen urges him to use social media to fight the decision, putting her own job at risk.
The public firestorm pushes Cal into the limelight in ways he least expects, but shows him a missing limb’s not the barrier to love he’s believed it is. But there’s something besides business politics brewing at work, and when Kathleen’s life is threatened, she discovers there’s more to a man than two good legs—it’s the size of his heart that counts.
My name is Teresa Reasor. My husband, Danny, and I have been married for thirty-nine years. We have three grown children and now have a newson-in-law and a new daughter-in-law. I’m a writer, an artist, a teacher and I also sing. I’ve retired from my full time position as a primary art teacher after 21 and 1/4 years. And after 10 years, I retired from my position as an adjunct professor for Eastern Kentucky University. I’ve remade myself several times in the last 40 years. I was a college student when my husband and I met and started dating (Remake 1 COLLEGE STUDENT).
We married a year after we started dating. (Remake 2 WIFE)
Four years into our marriage I became a mother and soon followed two more children. (Remake 3 MOTHER!!!).
I got my children into school and went back and finished my degree and became an art teacher (Remake 4 TEACHER).
I worked at teaching, mothering, and being a wife for ten years while I wrote books and dreamed of being a published author. I went on the hunt for a way to make extra money to help pay for expenses and landed a job as an adjunct college instructor (Remake 5 COLLEGE INSTRUCTOR). But I never gave up my dream of being published. Then in 2007 it happened for me. I submitted two books to a small publisher and both were excepted and released in ebook and print. Those two books were Highland Moonlight and Captive Hearts.(Remake 5 A PUBLISHED AUTHOR!!)
Then I wrote Breaking Free (Book 1 of the SEAL TEAM Heartbreakers) and after submitting to numerous publishers and never getting a rejection from any of them. I decided to self publish the book. In 2011 I became a publisher. (Remake 6 WRITER, AUTHOR, PUBLISHER, MARKETER) Little did I know how that decision would effect my life.
Then in October of 2011 I decided to retire from my teaching position at my primary school and work as a writer full time. (Remake 7 PART TIME RETIREE. 3/4 TIME WRITER, MULTI-PUBLISHED AUTHOR).
By September I had another SEAL book ready to release. Breaking Away (Book 3 of my SEAL TEAM Heartbreakers Series) And I retired from my college position after 10 years.(Remake 8 FULL TIME WRITER AND MULTI-PUBLISHED AUTHOR!!!!! Whoot!)
Since then I’ve released Breaking Ties (A SEAL Team Hearbreakers Novella) And Building Ties (Book 4 of the SEAL Team Heartbreakers).
I’m loving retirement and this full time writing gig. BEST JOB EVER. And I feel blessed every day that I can get up and do my thing. It’s a hard job. I spend 12 hour days from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. doing it. But it’s not a burden. I’m so blessed. And I thank God every day that I’m able to do what I love 24-7 if I want to. And I may yet do another remake. Maybe grandma will be on my horizon. Or some other wonderful thing. But writer and author will always be in the mix.
You’ll be hearing about a new release soon.
And I do have other hobbies including painting, making jewelry, singing, crocheting, quilling, making cards, and traveling.
Please email me anytime for information, or offer me suggestions on my website at email@example.com
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