Beautiful Music (paperback)

ISBN Digital: 978-1-62830-257-8
ISBN Print: 978-1-62830-256-1
Page Count: 312
Word Count: 71843
Rating: Sensual (PG-PG13)

Jena Shea's structured life as an attorney is shattered when she receives word her sister has been lost at sea. She leaves her Ohio home for Florida to look after her orphaned niece. Complications arise when she is forced to deal with Chase Reiss, the man who broke her heart a decade ago.

Chase plans on raising his brother's daughter, and Jena plans to return home with her niece. He suggests a compromise, but can she let the past go? Chase never stopped loving Jena, but she wants nothing to do with his rock star lifestyle. When a stalker threatens, Chase will do whatever it takes to protect her and his niece.

As danger draws closer, Jena finds security in Chase's arms, but the threats escalate. Time is running out, and Jena has to make a decision that might mean losing him forever.

Rating: Sensual
Page Count: 312
Word Count: 71843
978-1-62830-256-1 Paperback
978-1-62830-257-8 Digital


Jena sighed. She knew what she had to do. Chase had called ten times….TEN times! She couldn’t have him calling her while she was sitting with Todd. “I shut off my phone.”

“Why the hell would you do that?”

She struggled to hold back tears. “I didn’t want to talk to you.”


“I’ve had some time to think.” She squeezed her eyes shut and willed her voice not to break. “I’m going back to Ohio with Todd.”

“Jen, that’s not funny.”

“It isn’t meant to be.”

“What kind of brainiac plan does Burrows have now? You’re not leaving.”

“It’s not his plan, Chase. It’s what I want.” Tears filled her eyes. She needed to get this over with. “Todd and I have had a long talk about our future. It’s the right thing for me. He understands my career ambitions and I understand his.”

“Jena? Is he there with you? Is he making you say those things?” His voice lowered with concern.

“No, Chase. I know this is hard for you to understand, but we don’t belong together. I’m champagne and caviar and you’re beer and chips. I hope you understand.”

“What are you saying?”

“I’m going to marry Todd. I do love him in my own way.” She thought she would choke on the words. “I have to go, Chase. I wish you the best.” She hung up before he could respond. Dropping the phone beside her, she let the tears flow freely. Todd had won.

Chase would never forgive her. But he was safe.

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