Series: Cunningham Security #9
with a touch of suspense
to wonder if he’ll ever find the woman that’s right for him. He’s watched as
his friends have fallen in love, secretly wishing for that for himself. And
it’s when he sees his high school crush on the local news that Gunner is
awakened to the possibility of his own happy ending.
Years after Sage Thompson left, she’s back in Wyoming working as a
meteorologist. Day in and day out, she puts on a happy face for the camera.
Behind the lens, she’s anything but. The truth is, Sage longs for something
new. Something she’s wondering if she’s even meant to have anymore.
So, when her high school crush shows up outside the news station looking better
than ever, Sage feels revived. She’ll take one night with Gunner before she
leaves on assignment to cover the story about hurricanes ravaging the east
But when Sage returns home, she’s terrified to see Gunner again. Because even
though she’s accustomed to dealing with unpredictable storms, Sage isn’t sure
how Gunner will react when he learns that one night of passion has bonded them
for a lifetime.
married mother of two boys residing in a small town in northeastern
Pennsylvania, where she graduated from Lafayette College in 2004 with two
degrees (one in English and one in Economics & Business). Following a brief
stint in the insurance and financial services industry, Evans realized the
career was not for her and went on to manage her husband’s performance
automotive business. She even drove the shop’s race cars! Looking for more
personal fulfillment after eleven years in the automotive industry, Andrea
decided to pursue her dream of becoming a writer.
to help administratively with her husband’s businesses, she spends most of her
time writing and homeschooling her two boys. When she finds scraps of spare
time, Evans enjoys reading, doing yoga, watching NY Rangers hockey, dancing,
and vacationing with her family. Andrea, her husband, and her children are
currently working on taking road trips to visit all 50 states (though, Alaska
and Hawaii might require flights).