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Mountain Millionaire Series
Close to the Ridge
Climb the mountain so you can see the world, not so the world can see you.
In the end, all I learned was how to be strong. Alone.
Lincoln is a former Navy Seal, hiding away in the mountains in Oregon. He wants to live his life away from people. He's happy on his own, preferring the peace and quiet. Yet, the demons from his past still haunt him...
One day out, he comes across Pearl—a young woman is on a solo hiking adventure—who injures herself badly and needs his help. Her injury and a snow storm force her to hole up with him in his tiny cabin.
Things heat up between them, but he never reveals who he really is and why he lives on his own.
Can Lincoln control his desire or will he allow the ghosts of the past to catch up with him?
Crossing the Bluff
The past is a very determined ghost, haunting every chance it gets.
Lincoln Blake, a former Navy Seal, saves Pearl Thomas from kidnappers that will do anything to get to him.
They set off on a wild adventure into the mountains as the pursuit continues. They want Lincoln, dead or alive—it doesn't matter. Pearl's simply collateral damage.
His past has caught up with him and she is guilty by association in the eyes of his enemies. One attack after another, proves their strength when they work together as a team.
When another woman attempts to split them up, Pearl takes the offensive position. Trouble is brewing around every corner and they only have each other to trust.
It isn't until Lincoln finds himself in a dangerous situation that the two women are forced to work together to save him.
Can they escape the weapons of the past or is it too late?
Climbing the Mount
I'm afraid to lose you, and you're not even mine.
In order to survive, he has to run. So Lincoln Blake is on the run with Pearl Thomas, a woman he met a few short weeks ago. The woman who fell into his messed up life and landed herself in danger.
The killing kind of danger.
When she is kidnapped, he reaches out to the only person he knows to help him get her back, but he is violently betrayed. His brother is his last hope and when things go wrong again, his brother is beaten to near death.
Lincoln's life is turned upside down. Will there ever be an end to the danger? To a life in hiding?
There comes a point in life that will either break a man or give him the strength to break the chains holding him down.
Lincoln is a soldier.
There's no way in hell he's going down without a fight.
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