Newest release in the Harmony Series. Infinite
is a Wedding Companion to the series. To avoid spoilers I would
recommend reading Inevitable first.
A wedding companion to the New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Harmony Series.
Some dreams are forever just that: a longing void never filled, the
desire for something always out of reach. It’s only when fate steps in
that your world can be forever changed.
Lovers enter your life in many different forms—a young crush, or an
unavoidable collision. Some are hopeless encounters, others sculpting
But when your soul finds its mate, the bond is…Infinite.
To avoid spoilers start with Inevitable, book 1 in the Harmony series, now free
"What you have on is fine," Logan laughed, reading my thoughts as I stood in front of the long mirror.
"Let's go." He pulled me against him, placing a gentle kiss on my lips, giving my shoulders an encouraging rub.
There was a car out front, no driver despite the fact that the heavily
tinted windows and sleek black design seemed more car service than
rental. With nervous trepidation, I climbed in past the open door Logan
held for me and decided to try and at least enjoy the drive.
Said drive was shorter than I expected, but still gave a memorable
enough view of the Vegas desert to appreciate. Logan pulled off a main
road entering a nice middle class subdivision. The houses were no more
than a decade or two old and all complete with the same size, tiny,
perfectly manicured patches of lawn surrounding them. I sat back in my
seat, fully relaxed, wondering what it would be like to live in such a
hot place when the car began to slow.
Finding whatever he was looking for, he parked along the curb in front
of a beautiful two story home. More puzzled than ever, I glanced around
searching for any clue as to where we were. I suddenly wished breakfast
would have included a mimosa because if he about to reveal a secret love
child, I was nowhere near prepared.
Logan was eerily quiet, just holding my hand, rubbing his thumb along my knuckles.
"Logan, w…what are we doing?"
"This side, sweetheart.” He pointed out his window at the house across
the street, much smaller but just as nice. “Just wait and you’ll see."
And finally, I did see...icy realization moving over me in an unsettling cloak.