Series blurb:

When flight HA1710 mysteriously crashes in the Mourne Mountains of the North West of Ireland, lives are changed forever. The co-pilot, the survivors, the investigators, the ones who missed the flight; every single person has a life suddenly interrupted. For some it is time to face a new future and for others it is time to let go of the past. One thing is sure, nothing will ever be the same again for anyone.

Retrograde Blurb: 

Co-Pilot Lachlan Donaghue wakes up in hospital, a survivor of the crash of Flight HA1710, with memory loss and the suspicion that he could be at fault for the tragic accident. When everything becomes too much he goes home to hide, back to the small Scottish town he grew up in and to his family home.

Rory Kendrick watches the news, sees every hour of the disaster unfold but never thinks that Lachlan was in the middle of it all. Or that his friend will be forced to come back home to hide and to heal. What Lachlan needs is a friend, not a lover, but sometimes the lines are just too blurred to make any sense.


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4 comments:

  1. One of my life-defining moments for me was when I received my MD degree and became a physician. Thanks for eh chance at your giveaway and I look forward to reading Retrograde

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  2. I'm fairly certain I haven't really had one yet. Still waiting. :-)

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  3. My life is pretty ritual and not full of many surprises, unfortunately! The one life-defining moment that stands out, though was when my daughter was born almost 11 years ago. I had to have a c-section and I was terrified! Praying works :) Thanks for the chance!

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