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--I truly LOVED this story. I think it surpassed Book 1. It was an incredible journey of love and forgiveness.--Sharon M.

​--First, let me say that I LOVE THIS BOOK! I am a sucker for second chance romance. I love the angst that goes with past misunderstandings and righting the wrongs from bygone days – especially when the protagonists are older and wiser. That is the case with INTO THE LIGHT.--Sandy

​--Another great addition to a super series,couldnt put it down and read it in one sitting recommended to all.--Poppy

​--IF you are looking for a love story were not everything just falls into place this is the story for you.--Sarah

Reconnect to Rocky Creek with Kerri and Jackson

Enjoy a peek into the story:

​"Have you had breakfast?" he asked. That should be harmless. Stephen and Riley wouldn't think anything was out of the ordinary if they saw them eating together and, since they weren't travelling that day, Sebastian would probably sleep until noon so he'd miss them too.
     Her eyes narrowed and she shook her head. "I have oatmeal." She pointed.

     He moved in the direction of her finger and found several packs of instant oatmeal sitting next to the coffee maker. She appeared to be stocked for the next few days. She wouldn't have a reason to eat breakfast with anyone.

     He frowned at how lonely that sounded.

     "Fine." He looked at her and smiled. "Bring it with you and have your oatmeal with me."

     The crease in her brow grew and her lips pursed. "I'll have it in here, thank you. I'm not eating with you."

     "Weren't you just complaining that I wasn't asking you enough questions?" Jack smiled.

     Kerrigan's eyes shifted side to side as she thought. "No, I was simply pointing out that Riley had asked and I had answered."

     "Well, have breakfast with me. I have some questions you can answer." Jack folded his arms across his chest. "You wouldn't want me to eat alone, would you?"

     "That's your business," Kerrigan said. "I do it all the time. It doesn't hurt."

     Jack flexed his fingers in frustration. "I'm not taking no for an answer."
     She shook her head and blew out a breath. "You're so damn stubborn," she mumbled.

     "Hi Pot, I'm Kettle."

     Her response was a look no doubt intended to render him dead on the spot. Instead, he simply smiled and leaned back against the wall. They were both silent for a little while, but he could tell by the glint in her eyes that she was considering a comeback.

     Finally, she nodded. "Fine, if I have breakfast with you, all of your questions had better be band related. I'm not answering any personal questions from you."

     Jack scoffed and stood up. "That's hardly fair. You answered Riley's last night."

     "Yes, but Riley was trying to get to know me better," she said with a shrug as she moved toward the coffee maker. "You don't need to get to know me." She picked up a packet of oatmeal and waved him toward the door.

     "Deal," he said as he turned to leave. Once they were eating, he would ask whatever he wanted.

     He just hoped she would answer.

     He opened the door and stepped out into the hallway, then turned to wait for her to join him. She was stepping through the door when he heard the thud of footsteps behind him.

     "Jack, there you are," Sebastian called out. "Oh. And you." His lips curled as he glared dismissively at Kerrigan's face. "Breakfast, Jack?"

     Jack cursed under his breath and glanced briefly at Kerrigan. She eyed Sebastian with her head tilted and her lips curved upward.

     "Looks like your problems are solved." She turned to Jack with a full smile. "Now you don't have to eat alone." She stepped back into her room and met Jack's gaze, her eyes twinkling with mischief. As the door closed between them, she held her hand up and waggled her fingers at him.

​     He nearly growled out loud.