It’s been a really beautiful journey, and it’s about to end. My first series, Hiding From Love, started with Hidden in July of 2013. In October I added Camouflaged, and in December, Concealed. Now, almost exactly one year later, I’ll release the final book in the series, Buried, on August 4th.
During the year that the Hiding From Love books have been available both Hidden and Camouflaged have been bestselling military romances on Amazon, Concealed has been the number one Hispanic fiction novel on Amazon, and a Top 5 multicultural romance as well. Next week, I’ll be attending RomCon in Denver, where Hidden is a finalist for the Reader’s Crown Contemporary Romance award. My very first series has done me proud, and I can’t wait to show you the final book, Buried.
For those of you who’ve read the other books in the series, Buried is about Alexis’s sister, Beth, and their childhood family friend, Juan. I hope you’ll put it on your TBR list, and look for more information soon about preorders for the book.
Buried (Hiding From Love #3)
Seven years ago, Juan Martinez lost everything—his only parent, his home, his life as he’d known it. Alone, lost, and desperate, he turned to the Reyes Hispanos—the RH—one of the most violent gangs in South Texas. But when you sell your soul to the devil, you pay a heavy price. Convicted of a drive-by shooting, Juan has served hard time. Finally out on parole, he wants to disappear—from the RH, from memories of all that he’s lost, and especially from the gorgeous woman who just showed up next door.
Beth Garcia grew up following after her older brother, David, and his best friend, Juan. She always dreamed of a day when she’d be old enough for Juan to look at her as someone other than David’s little sister. But he disappeared at seventeen, after his mother was deported, and Beth thought she’d lost him forever. When she finds him living at the halfway house next door, she knows he’s still the same guy inside. Determined to save him from himself and the RH, Beth sets out to prove that he didn’t commit the crime he was convicted of. But the path to absolution is dark, and even Beth may not be able to discover the real Juan.
Can a man with a damaged soul and a beautiful heart let a woman with fierce loyalty and unwavering love risk it all to save him? Or will his past bury them both this time?
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