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Drunk dialing at its finest.... 

All it took was a couple bottles of champagne...and a fully charged cellphone, for me to go from widow to call girl. 

Talking to a stranger in the middle of the night was the push I needed. 

To feel something again. 

Something safe.  

It’s not like I will ever run into him. 

We don’t even know each other...yet. 

Aaron Skye returns my call the next day, sending my well-ordered world for a spin. 

Now I'm sober.  

After years in the shadows, I'm starting to feel alive. A sense of normalcy. 

Unfortunately, Aaron is not who I had imagined. 

And his life is anything but normal.  

Can I put the phone down and step into his world long enough to realize that what started out as careless whispers has smoldered into something more? 

A wrong number could be my Mr. Right.

©2020 Danielle Norman (P)2020 Danielle Norman

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Too HEA?

Is there such a thing as too much happily ever after? I really enjoyed the beginning and the details given engrossed me in the storyline. But it was like the author got tired of writing the story and just ended the book.
I wondered how the transition went once he started back traveling with the team, how Vivian's relationship developed with the child, and such, but it went from meeting to HEA.
Yes the book was good. It just could have been much better, or maybe a second half of the story in another book, to fill in the blanks?