Seven Letter Words #Wattys2016

Seven Letter Words #Wattys2016

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Sarah White By SarahLWhite Completed

Liam Smith is in Texas for the funeral of a fallen comrade. He proudly serves his country and would do anything for a fellow Marine. What he doesn't expect is the beautiful blonde sister his friend left behind. She's classy and strong, but he can see right through her brave facade and into her wounded heart. 

Juliet Pines hates seven letter words. She's been hurt by them too many times in her eighteen years. She's barely holding it together at her brother's funeral when an attractive Marine catches her eye. He might be charming and a temptation that would be hard to say no to, but at the end of the day he is still belongs to the Marines. 

Liam offers to help Juliet carrying out her brother's last request, putting the two of them in close quarters for an epic road trip. Can he show Juliet that not all seven-letter words have to be so painful? He's hoping he can burn up her seven-letter list with a little passion and a whole lot of romance.

EmilyGlass3 EmilyGlass3 Oct 28, 2016
Okay. Third one of the series for me to read (yeah sorta read Wes' first-my bad) I have to stop my self and take a deep breath because that ending on Dear Bailey was a lil emotional and I'm trying to keep my eyes dry..
SJulietteK97 SJulietteK97 Aug 01, 2016
I've created a blog( it's a work in progress). You should check it out: letterstojuliette5683.wordpress.com
Fan_gir-l Fan_gir-l Feb 03
Am I the only one thinking it's wrong to think about kissing a sister of the man who is getting buried like man wtf
lovelysamy lovelysamy Dec 04, 2016
The order is
                              Dear Bailey 
                              Seven letter words
                              Lean on me
                              When it's over
                              Until then
Genn14 Genn14 Aug 04, 2016
Your knowledge of the Marine Corps has me every satisfied and hooked😊 Thankyou for knowing your stuff
anna-mo anna-mo Dec 30, 2016
I relate to that first sentence on a personal level. Ask myself that every day