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May 4, 2017

Wounded Love by Marianne Rice

Wounded Love
Wounded Love
by Marianne Rice
Rocky Harbor Book Three

A wounded heart needs a love worth fighting for…

Ten years ago, Ellie Fairfield left Rocky Harbor brokenhearted and pregnant…

Trying to take care of her son the best she can, the single mother returns to the town close to her heart to run a local inn. Ellie knows it will be tough moving back to Rocky Harbor, and that old memories will haunt her. But the last thing she expects to find on her doorstep is the man who abandoned her when she needed him the most.

Angry at the war, the world, and himself, Colton Riley’s homecoming isn’t a pleasant one…

Being medically discharged from the Marines is one of many disappointments Colton has suffered over the years. A decade ago, he lost a chunk of his heart when the love of his life betrayed him. A year ago he lost his leg. Now, half the man he once was, Colton tries to put back the pieces of his life by accepting a construction project at the local inn, but he didn’t count on finding Ellie standing on the front porch.

The more time they spend together, the more they realize the love they shared years ago hasn’t died…

Even though Ellie is still hurt and angry, she knows her heart belongs to Colton. It’s not easy letting go of the past, especially with the secret she’s hiding from everyone. But when an illness puts her little boy’s life in danger, she has no choice but to tell Colton the truth—a truth that threatens to destroy their love once and for all.

With a past spun together in a web of lies, will Colton and Ellie be able to mend their wounded love?

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Content/Theme(s): Marine, Single Mom, Second Chances, Small Town, Military
Release Date: May 2, 2017
Limitless Publishing
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Purchase link(s):  Amazon   B&N
With the shed back in order, he did one last check of the lawn, making sure he didn’t leave any stray nails or scrap pieces of wood lying around. Telling Sadie to sit at the bottom of the steps, he let himself into the kitchen and called out for Ellie.

When she didn’t show, he went into the living room area and heard her at the top of the stairs. “How many for Thanksgiving weekend? Sure, I can reserve three rooms for you. I’ll need your credit card information.” Ellie jogged down the stairs, her phone between her shoulder and ear, and held up one finger to Colton so he’d wait for her while she took down the customer’s information at her little desk in the entryway. “I look forward to your arrival, Mr. Edwards.” She typed in a few more things on her laptop before looking up. “Thanks for waiting.”

“Sure. Just wanted to let you know it’s all done. You shouldn’t have to replace any trim for a solid fifteen, twenty years.”

“Thank you so much, Colton.” She stood and hugged him, similar to how Rachael thanked him, yet Ellie’s body felt very different. Not sisterly at all but soft and curvy and tempting. Pulling back abruptly, she blushed and sat back down again. “Give me a minute to write your check.”

Colton never felt awkward receiving his paycheck from Thomas Fairfield, but getting one from his daughter didn’t seem right. “Ellie,” he started. What? Tell her that he worked like a dog for the past few weeks for free? No, he needed the money and she hired him to do a job, it wasn’t like he was robbing her of anything.

Yet Jake’s words at the gym the other day resonated with him. Ellie had been in financial trouble and while Colton wasn’t exactly rolling in the dough, he had a solid nest egg he’d saved while overseas and had checks coming in from the military. If what Jake said was true—and by the look of her car, the same Audi her father had given her for her seventeenth birthday, and the simple clothing she wore each day, it was—he couldn’t take from her.


“What?” She handed him the check and stood.

Colton looked down at the paper that could pay his monthly medical bill. But at what cost? Would Ellie be able to afford her son’s medical care if he took this money?

“I can’t.” He pushed her hand away and raked his hands through his hair. “I can’t take money from you.”

“I hired you, Colton. You’re not taking money from me.”

“Consider it a favor. Among friends.”

“That’s a pretty big favor.” Ellie crossed her arms over her chest and raised her eyebrow. She had the mother glare down pat. “What exactly do you expect in return?”

“Nothing. Hence the word, favor.”

“I don’t get it.” Her face softened again and he resisted the urge to cradle it in his hands.

“Okay, maybe I’d like one thing in return.”

“Like what?”


Ellie’s mouth grew into an enormous grin. “That’s not exactly fair to you. I’m a terrible cook.”

“It’s not about the food.”

“What then?”

“The company.”
Purchase link(s):  Amazon   B&N
Other titles by Marianne Rice:
On You
Came You
for You
False Start
False Hope
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