Sometimes you have to fight for what – for who – you love.
Shannon Vanderhoff learned early on that nothing was hers to keep, not clothes, or toys, or even people. So she lives, loves, and lets go. She’s not looking for a hero.
But with custody of her traumatized six-year-old nephew on the line, she needs help. Charming Greg Hawkins, a comic book artist and art therapist insists he can coax Ryan into speaking again, enabling the boy to reveal what he saw the night of his mother’s death at his father’s hands. And though Shannon’s skeptical of Greg’s methods, there’s no denying that he brings light and color to their lives.
Greg, one of twelve siblings, knows anything worth having is worth fighting for. If anyone can prepare Shannon for the upcoming battle, it’s Greg and his family.
But will she fight to keep him, too?
A Hero to Keep is currently free on most ebook platforms. Meet the Hawkins Family in this first of the series of standalone stories centered around the large family.
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Susan Gable is a formerly-trad-pubbed author gone indie. Reviewers and readers alike often cite her ability to convey strong emotion in her books, to make them both laugh and cry. Her books have been Golden Heart and Rita ® Award finalists, been recognized by Romantic Times nominations for Best Superromance of the Year, and she’s won numerous awards, including the National Readers’ Choice Award. She lives in Erie, PA, a frequent setting in her books. Close to a half-million copies of her books have been sold worldwide.
She loves reading (of course!) and more reading. She resides with a cat named Romeo (we’ll ignore the tragic end of that character – he’s named Romeo because he’s a lover!) and her son. Someday soon she hopes to have a dog as well because she misses her large, slobbery English Mastiff who crossed the bridge several years back.
She love superhero movies and television shows, as well as This is Us and Grey’s Anatomy. Her bucket list includes visiting Montana, attending ComicCon, and conquering her fear of heights long enough to fly like Superman down the zipline in Las Vegas.