Walking Away by Sue Langford

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"When Leah Harris moved in with Ty Williams, she thought it was the right move. She thought that being with him was the best thing she could do. When she realized it wasn't and tried to leave, it was a lot harder than she thought. She needed a knight in shining armor to save her.

Blaze Hamilton was every woman's dream man. He was the defender, the lover and the bad boy all wrapped up in a country music package. He'd been looking for so long for that right woman. A chance meeting and one look at Leah and he was head over heels.

Who knew a whirlwind could end up like this?

A love of country music, good men and Nashville. Who could ask for more?"

About Sue Langford

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Sue has been writing since her teenage years. She never takes anything for granted. When she first touched her toe into downtown Nashville, she realized that she'd found her inspiration. Fueled by a love of country music and a history in helping friends through rough situations, she stuck to her writing until she was willing to share a story with the world. Her first novel - Without You - sold hundreds of copies. Driven by her passion, Sue wrote her latest 4 ebooks in a matter of months. Fans have said over and over that her writing is one of a kind. It's driven by an outside perspective on things close to her heart. Sue was always dreaming of a hero like the men in her novels. Most recently, she's found new inspiration from a chance visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tennessee. The ideas never stop flowing with her. She always finds a niche that nobody expected. She's been inspired by some of the top country artists including Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Brantley Gilbert, Rascal Flatts, Miranda Lambert and more. What does she do when she goes to Nashville? Opry House tour, The Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Inspiration flows for her where there's music history being made. She's also known for writing while sitting on her favorite pew of the Ryman Auditorium.
Published June 25, 2013 by Booktango. 247 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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