Grea Warner tells the tale of another unexpected love story. Maya never thought she'd have a relationship again. But we can't always know what fate has in store for us.
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A chance encounter leads to a road never imagined and the possibility of dreams coming true.
Going on tour with a band was never on Maya Shriver’s radar. But then neither was being a widow in her mid-thirties. And finding happiness again? Well, that was out of the question.
When danger erupts, Maya is abruptly thrown together with Hawk Brannigan—a country singer’s right-hand man. And she finds out that, once again, life can change in an instant. Suddenly, Maya is not only in a new career but she’s also allowing herself to love again.
As Maya begins to unpack her grief and move on, a misunderstanding from the past may cause the couple to travel in different directions.
“Finn? What? What’s going on?” she answered and then gave him a chance to actually respond. “What! What? Are you okay?” She shot up from her seated position on the sofa.
Her disposition instantly got my attention. I put my laptop down and repeated her query.
“Yeah,” she said into the phone and took a big breath before repeating again, “Yeah. You’re sure?” She pressed the phone tighter to her cheek and, after listening again, talked in a way that I knew she was having trouble hearing. “Hawk?” She looked at me, now standing, too, and then listened some more. “Uh-huh. She’s right here.” Her eyes appeared a little bigger that time before she said, “Okay. Hold on.”
When she pulled the phone away from her face, I asked again, knowing there was definitely a cause for concern, “What?”
“There was an incident,” she said slowly. “Hawk got Finn out of the way, but in the process, Hawk was hurt.”
Oh. My. God. It was happening all over again. Jeff…Hawk…
“Is he dead?” I hardly heard my own words. They came out in a horrified whisper.
There really wasn’t any other path. Grea Warner knew from a young age that she wanted to write. She was born to write. First it was in diaries with little metal keys and in written tales that she slipped to friends in study hall. School newspapers, a college television drama, and the soap opera world were next. After producing and writing a local show, she decided to delve into the world of the novelist. When her fingers aren’t tapping out her latest book filled with angst and romance, Grea can be found hiking the trails or jamming to her favorite country artists on the radio.