Part Two of the Three-Part Serial
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Abraham Lincoln was the Great Communicator. He had an extraordinary ability to weave into almost any conversation an enecdote or story that made his point more effectively than simple facts and figures. With homespun humor and common sense his stories served to persuade inspire chastise commend and motivate those around him throughout his…
Quinn Jeffries will remember her two weeks with Alexander Montague forever, but now, a year later, she's moved on and put Alexander firmly in the past.
Or at least she thought had.
Like a whirlwind, Alexander reenters her life, this time on her home turf, and Quinn's secrets are revealed. Forced to confront deceptions from the past and an enraged Alexander, whose fierce passion is on the verge of turning into an equally fierce hate, Quinn tries to reconcile her misdeeds.
She and Alexander establish a fragile truce, and the connection between them grows. But a storm is on the horizon, and once it arrives, the future that she has just begun to imagine might be possible may not survive.