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What Wouldn't I Do by Allie Fisher

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  • ISBN Print: 978-1-5092-2019-9

    ISBN Digital: 978-1-5092-2020-5

    Page Count: 204

    Word Count: 58200

    I Do Book 2

    My name is Alana Reed Master...
     
    Doting wife and stay at home mom, that’s what I was, desperately in love with my husband, a man whose bedroom eyes matched his bedroom expertise. A single mom when we met, I fell hard and never looked back until the day he asked me for a legal separation. He won’t stop at divorce. He wants my girls, my home, and my life. And Dane Masters always gets what he wants.
     
    I never expected a man like Sam Kealoha to enter my life. Recovering from his own heartbreak, he's got the body of a Polynesian God and a primal protectiveness that is sexy as hell. He's the man of my dreams, but I can’t keep him. Now I’m forced to make choices that betray my heart while contemplating something I never thought I would do—get rid of my husband.

    Excerpt:

    Sometimes to protect the ones you love, the wrong thing becomes the right thing to do…

    I’m not sure how or when it happened, but I love him. Maybe it was that day on the dock, when I we first met. Him, there was something about him, something special that clicked. I realize all the time I spent loving Dane; he never loved me back. Not like a person, he loved me like you would a car or a house, a monetary possession, and it’s my fault. I allowed him to use me and settle for the tiny pieces of affection thrown my way, but I could never settle for that now. Not the way Sam makes me feel—protected, adored, truly loved.

    My new goal is to do anything in my power to protect the ones I love. I don’t care if I must spend the rest of my life licking Dane’s boots, I will do it, as long as my girls, friends, and Sam are safe and happy. I could do that for them, I could be stronger, for them.

    When Sam returns from Dane’s room he has a dark expression on his face and for a moment, I’m worried he did something stupid, but then I realize this is Sam, he is good through and through, and he would never lower himself or allow anger to rule him.

    Picking up his pace, I think he is about to pass me and leave, only to have him scoop me up and carry me out the door.

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