Love on the Run is Finally Here!!!




I’ve been celebrating this release by posting about the Pine Harbour series over the last few days. Each post includes some information and buy links for the featured book as well as an excerpt and teaser. I hope you’ll check them out if you haven’t already. You won’t be disappointed! Book 1, Love in a Small Town, is currently Free! I’m also hosting a giveaway for each book on my Facebook page, so go enter if you don’t have them.

Day 1 of my Pine Harbour celebration – Love in a Small Town

Day 2 of my Pine Harbour celebration – Love in a Snow Storm

Day 3 of my Pine Harbour celebration – Love on a Spring Morning

Day 4 of my Pine Harbour celebration – Love on a Summer Night


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Bodyguard. [Noun]
A person hired to escort and protect another person. Escort and protect. Definitely no flirting, kissing, or testing the bounds of third base.

Dean Foster has nearly two decades experience being calm, cool, and collected. His first gig in his new private security contractor role should be more of the same, but Nashville superstar Liana Hansen blows all that out of the water in one breathy hello.

Liana isn’t sure how she feels about the straight-laced cop shadowing her everywhere she goes, but there’s no denying the chemistry between them. Too bad he insists on keeping his clothes on. And then there’s the pesky matter of feelings. Neither of them likes those.

With only a dozen stops left on the tour, one of them is going to have to bend. Or the other is going to wind up breaking something.



Once he’d found a spot close to the exit stairwell in long-term parking, he gave her his full attention. “Want to go over any of it again?”

She shook her head. “I’m good.”

She wasn’t good. She was pale and the muscles around her mouth and eyes were suddenly tense. But she was also strong, and he wouldn’t undermine that by questioning her. “Hey.” He reached across and set his hand on her shoulder. “You’re not doing this alone.”

“I should, though. I should be able to.”

“Says who?”

She shrugged, and in that moment, she looked so small, and yet still so fierce, he wanted her to see what he saw.

He reached past her and flipped down the sunshade on her side. He pointed at the small mirror there. “Look at her.”

She smirked. “Dang, she looks tired.”

No, she looked beautiful, but that was beside the point. “What else do you see?”

“I don’t know.”

“I see a survivor. A star. Someone who works hard and keeps going, no matter what.”

“I ran away.”

“Hardly. Did you miss any shows?”

Worry rippled across her face. “I might have.”

“You know what I think? You went to Hope because you knew she’d let you lie low, and then she’d pick you up and kick your ass back onto the road.”

She laughed and turned toward him. “Is that what you think?”

“Am I wrong?” He held her gaze, not wanting her to duck again.

Her eyes got wide, but she didn’t look away. A flicker of something started, way deep, then it got stronger.

“There you go,” he murmured. “Look at you, tough girl.”


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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Zoe York is a busy mom of two young boys and the creator of modern, sexy, small town contemporary romances. Her debut novel, What Once Was Perfect, started the popular Wardham series, and her first military romance, Fall Out, was released as part of the international bestselling SEALs of Summer super bundle.

She lives in London, Ontario and is currently chugging Americanos, wiping sticky fingers, and dreaming of heroes in and out of uniform.


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