Echoes in Time

by Stacey A. Purcell

Going back to his hometown where Roark Foster never fit in is almost more than he can bear, while Monica Peterson is running for her life and heads right into Roark's backyard to hide.

Roark is forced to face the painful memories of his past while Monica is hiding from hers. Roark likes his life simple and straightforward. Monica is shrouded in complicated. In every way they are polar opposites. She believes in the good in people. He doesn't. She has faith things can change. He thinks the world will always be broken. She wants the house with the white picket fence. He needs to be in the field with his Green Beret unit where he understands the rules. They shouldn’t have anything to do with one another, but a relentless hunger puts them in the kind of trouble that leads to love.