LSERT | Book 3
It’s not how we make mistakes, but how we correct them that defines us…
Tucker didn’t stop my car as it drove away from his house that summer night, and the sting of rejection hasn't gone away. Over a year has gone by, and I still look for him in all the places he’d been before.
My friends are the only thing holding me together. Work is the one thing keeping my mind busy.
Until it threatens to tear me completely apart.
She drove away and my pride wouldn’t allow me to stop her. A year later, regret keeps me up at night, forcing me to replay the moment in my head. Working with the K-9’s is the only thing keeping me going.
Becoming close with the former MTF is a perk I hadn’t counted on.
When a child is kidnapped, all the hard feelings have to be put aside to save a life.
Secrets are unearthed, and this time as Karsyn threatens to break, I know I’m the one to put her back together.
LSERT | Book 4
The storm raging in the Gulf isn't the only thing brewing between these two...
Hurricane Tatum, a category five storm hell-bent on making landfall along the Alabama coast, is my opportunity, to show my friends and family the kind of man I've become.
The kid who lost his scholarship and the love is life is ready for a change. A change I'm equal parts scared will and won't come.
An EMT wasn't my first choice of careers, but it's become my calling. When the winds die down, the skies clear, and the rain stops, we're left with devastation the likes of which I've never seen.
What I come to realize is ugly destruction can be beautiful, if we can only figure out what perspective to see it.
The LSERT is a godsend, especially as us local first responders emerge from our shelters to see our town and homes destroyed. It's going to take time to rebuild.
Rebuilding is what I'm used to. After I watched my four-year-old daughter die in my arms I've done nothing but try to find a reason to live.
But I've got baggage. Memories, an ex-husband, and a fear I won't be able to save everyone.
When I meet Cutter Thompson, he reminds me rebuilding can mean letting go of fear and allowing myself to live the life I've wanted all along.