Tuesday, November 20, 2012

A New Release from Heather Long--No Regrets, No Surrender!

Everyone help me welcome our guest, Heather Long, who is here to announce the long awaited follow up book that tells us what happened to Jazz!!  Always a Marine fans will love this one and if you've not yet gotten as addicted to this series as I have...then check it out!!
The emotional sequel to Retreat Hell! She Just Got Here.  Readers wished for more Jazz, Logan and Zach and the threesome are reunited when the unthinkable happens.


Always a Marine #6

Publisher: Decadent Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-61333-420-1

Release Date:  20 Nov 2012


This sixth installment of the Always a Marine series for Decadent Publishing and a first for the series, as a spinoff of Retreat Hell! She Just Got Here. Jazz, Logan and Zach met via a 1NightStand. This is the business name of an exclusive online dating service run by Madame Evangeline who provides her clients with a possibility of happily ever after or happily for now.


At the end of their night of frenzied passion, Jazz Winters walked away from the only two men who’d ever made her feel like a woman. Logan Cavanaugh and Zach Evans let her go, but only if she swore all her future leaves to them.


Waiting fourteen excruciatingly long months, visiting Jazz when they can, is harder on the guys that they like to admit. But their work at Mike’s Place, a veteran’s rehabilitative facility, only lets Zach and Logan go one at a time. Jazz fears their unconventional relationship can’t last a lifetime. The stress of years of military service in hot zones, combined with life-threatening injuries pushed her to the edge. But when she comes home a wounded warrior, not the woman she believes they want, Zach and Logan are right there to help her, even when she resists.


She’s not along. Whether she chooses one or both, they have no regrets and they won’t surrender.



Fun Facts

While Mike's Place in the novel is a fictitious invention, the idea for it was borne out of increasing reports of PTSD, suicide and abuse on military bases during the early part of the 2000s.


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