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You ask, “What if I fall?”

Oh, but my darling, what if you fly?

-Erin Hanson



Romantic Suspense

As a military wife, Bailey generates characters and a plot that are multi-layered and wonderfully unpredictable.
-RT Reviews

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Contemporary Romance

Bailey doesn’t play nice with her characters. She ups the tension and twists the plot and stretches the conflict so tight I didn’t see how a happily ever after was possible. -Best Reads

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This book has been that friend that understands when others might not what it is like when you send a son, husband, or parent, or any other family member on deployment.
-Amazon Review

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Let's talk about this picture.
This disturbingly extreme close-up of my face. Why? Because this is what freedom looks like. I'm freezing cold and wishing I had some coffee, but I'm free! See, I spent ten years of my adult life in bondage to fear. It controlled what I did, where I went, what I ate… It was a walking hell on earth. Some of you know what I'm talking about. When the panic attacks and the shame boss you around like a bully with a bad attitude. I'd have never, ever gotten on the back of a motorcycle (or married the soldier steering the thing) in my "old life." What happened? God set me free. For real. And I'm all about shouting it to anybody who will listen. But right now, I'm wondering... what's your "freedom picture"? Or are you still longing to snap one? Let's Talk

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