Author: A.J. Arentz
Genre: Romantic Suspense
When sixteen-year-old Ace Erickson rescues Blythe Abbot from her abusive foster father, he knows anything romantic with her is the last thing she needs. Being a natural born intuitive, Ace sets the role of want-to-be boyfriend aside and adopts that of an overprotective friend as the two grow up for the next twenty-two years to lead very different lives.
Blythe, a New York times bestselling author has suffered more heartbreak than any one person should throughout her life. With the world continuing its relentless lashings she makes it a point to walk alone and live a life of inner turmoil and darkness.
When Ace, a workaholic DEA agent finds himself in the middle of his hardest case yet while also dealing with his divorce, his need for survival tells him to end the long-time friendship he has maintained with Blythe. Added stress is the last thing he needs now, and he knows he can’t help someone who is unwilling to help themselves first.
Doing what’s best for him, Ace prepares to say his final goodbye to Blythe. Before he can do so though, his case shifts drastically. Tragic circumstances land the case’s star witness, a five-year-old newly orphaned boy on the spectrum named Cato in Ace’s care. Now, instead of goodbye, Ace finds himself on Blythe’s Iowa doorstep saying hello as he asks for help.
As life and the case unfold rapidly Ace and Blythe’s worlds collide, forcing them into battle against the case and feelings that go beyond friendship. Will Cato be the light Blythe needs to find her way out of the darkness as the two fight to keep him safe? Will Blythe and Ace finally get their chance at something beyond friendship?
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About the Author:
A.J. Arentz was born and raised in Alaska and now resides with her husband and three dog children in the driftless area of the mid-west along the Mississippi river. Her writing goal is to craft brilliant inspirational fiction to help people cope and heal after surviving some of life’s devastating blows. She is an animal lover and world traveler that is addicted to the outdoors. If she is not inside creating new stories, she can be found outside seeking new adventures with her family in the form of hiking, hunting, and fishing.
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