Darkfall by Denise A. Agnew
(The Wasteland Trilogy Book 2)

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For a person alone, the chances of survival in a world gone mad with danger and violence are not promising. Fortunately for Penny Graham, she knows someone who can help. Unfortunately, he’s the man she walked away from. If you crave action, adventure, and unbridled passion, you’ll love Darkfall, Book 2 of Denise A. Agnew’s post-apocalyptic series The Wasteland Trilogy.

A woman determined not to repeat the past and a former SAS soldier reunite to survive in a challenging new world forged by an apocalypse no one could stop.

Penny Graham once fought her powerful attraction to former Special Air Service soldier Ian MacDaniel. But when their undeniable attraction was condemned by her father, they parted ways. Apocalypse pushes people to violence, and when she turns to her father for help, Ian volunteers to rescue her. Forced to fight for survival while trapped in a bunker, they can’t ignore the desire still sizzling between them.

Content Notes: Spicy, Contemporary, Suspense, Urban Fantasy, Post-Apocalyptic, Action, Adventure, Uniformed Heroes
 

About Denise A. Agnew

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Denise A. Agnew's life is often described as suspenseful, erotic, edgy, thrilling, romantic, adventurous. Ahem. Oh, wait. That's what they say about her award-winning novels. Romantic Times Book Review Magazine has called her work "top-notch" and awarded her novel Primordial a TOP PICK. Denise has written paranormal, fantasy, time travel, romantic comedy, contemporary, historical, erotic romance, and romantic suspense novels. Living in Colorado, Hawaii, and the United Kingdom has given her a lifetime of ideas. Denise lives in Arizona with her real life hero, her husband. Visit Denise's website at www.deniseagnew.com. Marshall's Law is Denise's thirty-fifth published title.
 
Published March 9, 2015 by Liquid Silver Books. 110 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, War. Fiction

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