Meet Sam’s beloved million dollar, bullet proof car with tires that cannot be flattened.
Not even the President has a better car.
Before Trent jumped off the Brooklyn Bridge, he put his million dollar car into Sam’s name. He knew his half-brother loved the car. Sam drove off to Iowa with the car unaware it was actually his. He just went on the premise that “He who possesses the keys, possesses the car.”
Carrie would have died early in book one (Worst Week Ever) if not for this tank of a car.
When the mayor of Denton Iowa hired Sam to be the sheriff after Sam took down the town bully (who happened to be the Mayor’s son), Sam went shopping for police lights.
He decided upon the full size of the Force II Tier Series police lights.
So Trent arrives in Denton, Iowa, with a new face and the new name of Trevor Campbell. (Yes, he followed his half-brother to Denton). Within minutes in the city, he gets pulled over by yet another cop. (The last one pulled him over for driving too slow, but still within the legal limit, which Trent/Trevor found very annoying.) This time it’s Sam who has stopped him. He’s so happy to see Sam that he doesn’t argue about the ticket. Then instead of ticketing him for speeding, Sam advises him to get lodging at his girlfriend’s bar. And thus began the makings of a strong friendship that grows throughout book four.
While girlfriends have come and gone, Sam’s fabulous car remains his. It will save another life during this book as well.
The Hardest Love
A Long Road to Love Series
By Liza O’Connor
THE HARDEST LOVE IS TO LOVE YOURSELF.
Sam has a new theory as to why his relationships with women never work. The problem is he’s constantly falling in love with women that he rescues from serious situations. He reasonably believes saving one from great harm should result not only in good sex afterwards, but never ending gratitude.
But it hasn’t been working out that way.
Sam’s conclusion: damsels in distress are incredibly ungrateful. So he decides the next woman he gets involved with will not require rescue. She will be strong and self-reliant.
Only problem: he’s never met a woman like that.
They do exist Sam. They really do. And just maybe, she’ll just rescue you instead.
Having been officially kicked out of the sauna, Sam went to check up on Carrie. When buzzed into the conference room, he found not only Pint-Size, but Aggie, and Destiny all gathered about a laptop.
“Are we plotting the control of the world?” he asked and walked around the table to see what they were doing, only Aggie rushed to him. “You can’t see it.”
Destiny closed her pc and answered, “Naked men.”
He stared at Aggie. “You’re looking at porn?”
She shrugged. “Girls get to have fun too.”
Just then Dan entered.
“Dan are you aware your wife and daughter are checking out porn sites on the Internet?” Sam asked.
Dan glanced at Carrie than his daughter, then shook his head. “Why do you care?”
“I don’t, but you damn well should!”
Aggie gripped Sam’s arm and escorted him to the door. “I promise not to watch anymore porn. Now stop picking fights and be nice.”
He loved her easy going manner. He’d been that way long ago, and frankly life had been a lot more fun back then. Being angry all the time was hard work, and no one appreciated it in the least.
Released May 5, 2015
A Long Road to Love
The Hardest Love
Other books in the A Long Road to Love series
Worst Week Ever
“Love this book and couldn't stop laughing from beginning to end.” 5 stars – Alves - Amazon
Oh Stupid Heart
“Be warned though, this book is completely different from The Worst Week Ever. Yes, there is still humor, dry wit, situations that you would think...NOT AGAIN but this one humanizes Trent more.” 5 stars - Brian’s Mom – Amazon
Coming to Reason
Once again, Ms. O’Connor has written a brilliant book about the complexities of relationships, good and bad. Again, to me, the book is the best break up book EVER and it left my heart singing in the end. Best.Book.Ever…
Climbing out of Hell
“In typical @Liza0Connor fashion, crazy things happen which make you laugh outloud.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Liza lives in Denville, NJ with her dog Jess. They hike in fabulous woods every day, rain or shine, sleet or snow. Having an adventurous nature, she learned to fly small Cessnas in NJ, hang-glide in New Zealand, kayak in Pennsylvania, ski in New York, scuba dive with great white sharks in Australia, dig up dinosaur bones in Montana, sky dive in Indiana, and raft a class four river in Tasmania. She’s an avid gardener, amateur photographer, and dabbler in watercolors and graphic arts. Yet through her entire life, her first love has and always will be writing novels. She loves to create interesting characters, set them loose, and scribe what happens.
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