Blurred Lines by Susana Mohel is now live!
I’m my own independent woman who isn’t looking for the perfect man.
Stupid romantic dreams aren’t for me. Life has taught me enough to be sure love is a lie to sell diamonds on Valentine’s.
I have everything I ever want. A stable career, the bank account, amazingly supportive friends, and a fabulous high heels collection.
Until I lay my eyes on him. Evan Hayes.
Panty-dropping gorgeous. Check.
Cocky grin and attitude to match. Check. And check.
That sounds good, right? But I’m six years older, he’s a player… and my brother’s best friend.
An unexpected encounter on a stormy night turns into something else.
Something intense and undeniable.
The lines I carefully drafted around my heart become blurry, all the plans I made for my future are at stake.
Could he be the man who makes me believe?
Author, wife, and mother of a girl and a puppy. I love the happily ever after. Believer & dreamer. I live in my own world, sipping Ginger Ale and lime. I’m always plotting my next book, coloring pages and reading.
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Due to her past Morgana’s main focus in her life has been her career and everything else comes second. When an unexpected gift shows up at door it has her wondering if the dreams she had so long ago could be within in her reach and it brings Evan into her life as well.
Evan is a doctor who meets Morgana under less-than-ideal circumstances however they soon discover that her brother is his best friend. They now find themselves working together to help someone who needs it the most and that is when the sparks fly.
Evan is the perfect mix of sweet and sexy and exactly what Morgana needs in her life. He shows her that there is so much more to life than her career and in the end all that really matters is love and family.