One Year Love Part 3
by Devon Hartford
The third part of ONE YEAR LOVE, a four part series from Amazon bestselling author Devon Hartford.
River Freeman is heartbroken after the painful outcome of her last bedroom encounter with Drakken Skalakova. What started out as scorching hot sex quickly turned into a volcanic disaster for both of them. To make matters worse, Drakken has disappeared.
Now, River has no idea where Drakken went or why. The only thing she knows for sure is that he left a hole in her heart that can only be filled by the man himself.
NOTE: This ends in a cliffhanger. Part Four will be released on January 2, 2015
River is so far gone in love with Drakken. I hope she is strong enough to hold it together when she faces what is coming her way. Cage is still around, but somehow that man gives me the creeps. I would not believe a word he has to say. I keep hoping Drakken somehow will come through for River.
We get to go on a date with River and Drakken. I won't spoil it for you. Just know that these two are prepped and ready to come together... literally. This one is hot! You see those handcuffs on the cover? Well, maybe we will get to use them now... just saying!
A lot of people ask me, "Why is a guy writing romance novels for women?" The answer is simple. Everyone falls in love. Even men. Imagine that. ;-)
But it goes deeper than that. I write romance to explore and understand my own emotions.
No matter what most guys say on the subject, emotions are a part of the human experience for women AND men. Guys who deny their emotions, especially the difficult ones like sadness, grief, loss, and hurt, are missing out on a big part of life. Everyone has emotional scars. It's impossible to make it from cradle to grave without getting banged up along the way. For all that pain, we can also heal ourselves.
My stories feature characters who are on a quest to heal their pain, and in the process, find love. We all know that a loving relationship can be a conduit for both partners to heal together. When that happens, it's truly a beautiful thing.
It's my hope that my readers can gain some perspective regarding their own emotional wounds, and perhaps heal in some small way by going through the emotional journey I went through while writing my stories.