Black & White Flowers, the first standalone in The Real Seal Series by Rachel Robinson.
Carina Painter lives a life she created in between the pages of her bestselling novel. At least, that’s what she outwardly portrays. A heart-rending childhood followed by an abusive engagement leaves her broken in all ways possible. A chance encounter provides the fork in the road she so desperately desires.
Navy SEAL Smith Eppington is fighting the war of his lifetime. One that isn’t fought with weapons and highly sought intelligence. It’s a battle to remember his past. The accident that scarred seventy five percent of his body, and stole the life of his best friend also seized parts and pieces of his memory. When an author asks to interview him for a fiction novel, he’s ready to pour his heart out no matter the cost.
The friendship that blossoms between Smith and Carina is something extraordinary. It’s a living, breathing love story about finding yourself, change that is out of your control, grasping what you can, and letting go of everything else.
In a twist of kismet, remembering could destroy everything, but fiction may be what saves the day. A friendship built on new truths and a relationship torn apart by old lies collide in a poignant novel by International Bestselling Author, Rachel Robinson.
One of the best reads I’ve had so far this year. With every emotion, the author takes you on a journey. This is one of my favorite authors, every story she writes is unique, each couple has different obstacles to overcome, every book she writes, I devour!
Heartfelt, sincere, romantic, heart breaking and sexy! And when I say sexy, I mean reading this will make you feel like you are right there.
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The story sounds compelling and I really like the cover.