Always Yours by Shiloh Walker

By Shiloh Walker

One guy, one girl, one extraordinary dream which might swap either one of their lives eternally. while a traitor leaves military Ranger Dylan Kline paralyzed for months, he figures lifestyles is simply approximately over. once again, he is no one. Then a lady from his previous comes again into his lifestyles and indicates him a brand new function. after all, if he had listened to her months prior, he would possibly not were injured within the first position. desires have plagued Kirsten Everess for many of her existence. yet she was once consistently too late-they by no means got here in time for her to prevent whatever. until eventually the dream approximately Dylan. Too undesirable he did not take heed to her. Now the couple has one other probability at love, yet probability is close to. Will Dylan hearken to Kirsten's warnings this time? This novel has been formerly released, yet has been revised and accelerated. caution, this identify comprises the next: particular intercourse, image language, and violence.

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Then he did. His right foot had twitched, shifted just a scant inch. It had done it again five minutes later, after he had worked up the nerve to try again. And when the doctors came in, he was able to move that foot at the ankle, just barely. But he had done it. After a battalion of tests, the doctors determined the swelling in his spinal cord caused his paralysis. Would he walk again? Only time will tell, son, he’d been told. More times than he could count. Just this week, the doctors had told him it was very likely he would walk again.

Her tongue felt thick in her mouth as she spoke and her face was starting to feel hot. And she couldn’t breathe. This wasn’t happening. It couldn’t be. Dylan didn’t actually think that. Did he? “Well, rich girl, I’m alive, and so are four other men, and none of us should be,” Dylan drawled. His eyes trailed down her face and then he looked at her arm, where her skin was going white from where his fingers bit into her flesh. A frown passed across his face and slowly, his fingers unwrapped from her arm.

And she wondered if she’d ever see him again. Damn it. Covering her face with her hands, Kris leaned forward, bracing her hands on her knees and prayed. Damn it. Oh, God. Please, keep him safe. Dylan, damn his stubborn hide, was a damn near permanent fixture in her life and had been for the past eight years of her life. Ever since she had stumbled upon the manuscript his sister had written and she had done everything but walk on hot coals to get Nicole Kline to write for Barnes and McNeel. That sulky teenager, more man than boy, had grown into a man that had could set her heart to flaming even just hearing his voice.

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