Loving Lydia by Diane Saxon
(Atlantic Divide, Book 1)

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Brave enough to escape an abusive husband, Lydia now finds herself too afraid to enter into a new relationship. Loving Lydia is the story of how one woman learns to trust again and the man who loves her enough to give her the time she needs.

Hiding from the horrors of her past, the last thing quiet, shy Lydia thinks she needs is a persistent cowboy who not only wants to strip away her clothes but the layers of her secrets too. What Sam wants is more than just skin deep.

Little by little, as Lydia’s past starts to reveal itself, Sam sees a woman who has never been afraid, who was bold and adventurous, talented, and exciting. As Sam discovers the truths Lydia has buried in her heart, her nightmares of the past become stronger and her fear of the future threatens to jeopardize everything.

Content Notes: Contemporary, Cowboys, Musicians, Music, Western, Spicy

About Diane Saxon

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Characters have always been in a corner of Diane’s mind, securely tied down while she worked long hours in a serious job. In January 2011, Diane gave up her job, started to let those characters develop, seep out of her head and onto the keyboard. Now she finds, having been hidden all too long and no longer shy, they are bursting out of her brain and demanding plot-lines of their own. Contemporary Romance author, Diane Saxon, is letting them have their own way. http://www.dianesaxon.com
Published June 2, 2013 by Liquid Silver Books. 133 pages
Genres: Romance, Westerns, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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