Review for Everything About You by Jamie Salisbury
Audrey Cooper has good memories Brighton Cove, Maine. She just hopes the quiet, coastal village holds enough of them to silence the echoes of the living hell she endured as a captive in the Middle East. Her career as a journalist is over, but maybe—someday—she can convince her terrified muse to come out of hiding.
As she renovates the farmhouse she inherited from her grandparents, with her cat as her sole companion, she learns to live with the loneliness…until the day a handsome stranger with dark, haunted eyes helps her change a flat tire.
As an artist, widower Lincoln Stewart has an eye for detail, and there’s no missing that unmistakable spark of connection. In Audrey’s company, two years of grief ease into bittersweet memory, and he finds himself envisioning a future as colorful as his paintings. A future with Audrey.
Through violent thunderstorms and terrifying flashbacks, Audrey and Linc discover their broken pieces fit perfectly—in and out of the bedroom. But in the shadows, a very real threat lurks. Someone who’ll stop at nothing to burn their rediscovered dreams to the ground.
Jamie Salisbury's "Everything About You" is the first book in the Brighton Cove series. Audrey Cooper moves back to her childhood haven in Maine after being taken hostage in the middle east while working. She has PTSD and thinks the quiet might help her heal. She is remodeling her grandparents house she was given in the will to live in. All her other siblings got property as well. What she doesn't know is one flat tire will change everything. Who is her knight in shining tire changing? Find out in this awesome read!!!
4 out of 5 stars
Writing romance stories with passion and sass, Jamie Salisbury has seen several of her books soar to #1 on Amazon. Her novella, Tudor Rubato was a finalist in the 2012 RONE awards. The cover won for Best Contemporary Cover. In 2014, her novel, Life and Lies was nominated for a RONE in the Erotica category.
Her books are self published.
Music, traveling the globe and history are among her passions when not writing. Her previous career in public relations in and around the entertainment field has afforded her with a treasure trove of endless story ideas.
She may be reached at: TudorRose829@gmail.com or visit her at http://www.jamiesalisbury.com