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Winter Skye

Birth in a drug cult has set Skye up for a lifetime of destructive behavior. Now in recovery, she works hard for the life she wants as an accomplished artist. That means never dating the men she meets at AA meetings. Then Pete walks in. Tall, dark, unequivocally appealing, he rings her every bell. Even her aunt finds him “as handsome and charming as the devil himself.” When Skye learns that Pete is also an artist, a sculptor in glass, how can she resist?
Peter Koury has sworn never again to date a recovering addict, but he can’t stay away from Skye. He could, perhaps, resist her striking appearance and girlish charm, but how can he avoid her when she literally falls into his arms? When he realizes she is the artist whose work he’s been admiring, he gives up even trying to withstand her magnetic appeal.
Two people with amazing talent, both poised on the edge of disaster, have so much going for them…and deep negative histories opposing. Each day is a battle as they fight for continued sobriety and for recognition in the art world. Can they make room for love to flourish? And can they trust it to last?

From the Author

So many people who have undiagnosed physical or mental disorders are living under the radar, self-medicating with street drugs, trying to cope. Obviously, not everyone with an addiction is in this condition, but large numbers of people are. I know some of them as family, friends, and neighbors. 

When my husband and I began working with Twelve-Step programs, we met many more people—good people—who had fallen into that black hole, fearing they could never get out. If you’ve been there, how do you ever believe in yourself again? With Pete and Skye, I was able to tell that story. I love that they’re also fun people, who made it fun for me to tell their stories. They often helped me smile or laugh as I wrote about them.  

They didn’t always play by my rules. As powerful characters in their own right, they kept telling me what they were and were not comfortable doing, and they sometimes surprised me! I learned to love both of them, and I’m unfortunately covetous of their artistic vision and ability. I take comfort in knowing they needed me to write them into being. 

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