Saturday, 12 August 2017

#SneakPeek: At Her Own Risk by Rachel Duncan

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She avoids guys like him. He has to prove he's different.
They both have to overcome one of life's hardest obstacles.

EXCERPT

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So I had a job interview yesterday. I did everything I was suppose to to be prepared. I researched the company, the position I'm applying for, and the person I was interviewing with. I’m talking I went full on stalker mode.
I even found his Facebook page to figure out some common interests to help break the ice. (It couldn't hurt, right?)
Once the receptionist told me to head back toward his office, I felt ready.
​ I was going to rock this.
Well, imagine my surprise when the person waiting for me wasn't at all who I thought it would be. No, it was the one guy I’ve been avoiding like the plague since we hooked up at my friend’s baby shower two weeks ago.
FML. Just FML.

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MORE ABOUT AT HER OWN RISK

Sex.
That’s all it was supposed to be. No strings attached, no feelings, no heartache.
But if I thought Sean Riley would be content having only parts of me, I was dead wrong. His persistence wore me down and I found myself in the one situation I was trying to avoid.
Little does he know a life with me will lead to nothing but disappointment and heartbreak. He’s a good man and deserves everything I can’t give him. Not because I don’t want to, but because I’m unable.
Pushing him away in the beginning was to protect me, now I’m trying to protect him as I gear up for the fight of my life.
A fight I could lose.
Getting into a relationship was my risk, but as things get worse, I’m not the only one who will have something to lose.
I just hope it’s worth it.

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Rachael Duncan is an Army wife to her amazing husband, Steven, and mother to their beautiful daughters, Natalie and Zoe.
She grew up in Nashville, Tennessee and went off to graduate from the University of Tennessee with a bachelor's degree in political science.
​With initial plans to work in politics, she moved to Washington, D.C. and worked on Capitol Hill for a House Representative. After a short time, she realized it wasn't for her and began pursuing other careers until she started writing.
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