Fuzzy sock collector, martini connoisseur, baseball fanatic, and dandelion lover, author Jules Dixon is her own oxymoron. She’s addicted to everything related to the amazing emotion of love, probably instigated by her own happily ever after 25+ years with her beer-brewing hubby.
Their love story created a sassy, artistic daughter and a computer genius but ultra-sarcastic son. Jules explores the rich psychology of sexuality, choices, and conflicts of high school, college, and young adult characters in her novels and novellas. She’s a busy writer, but she loves it. Jules' 2017 novella "In His Arms" is a finalist in this year's prestigious RITA Awards.
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Welcome to quaint Monroe Falls, Vermont. Get ready to embark on a journey of unexpected love that won’t be forgotten. Who’s keeping secrets with the power to destroy everything? Who can’t let the past go? Who regrets returning but just can’t leave? Who’s had love staring them in the face for years, but never had the courage to make a move? Will their chance at love be stolen away? Seven authors join to create heartfelt, interwoven romance stories. Come fall in love! Included in this collection is the book, "In His Arms", by Jules Dixon, a 2018 RITA Award finalist story for excellence in romance fiction.
In His Arms
Ten years ago Kiera Redfern left Monroe Falls and moved farther and farther away. An invitation to the opening of a time capsule triggers the vague memory of her contribution and prompts her return. No one needs to see that letter, and definitely not Zach Lorton. When heated memories become fresh temptation, Kiera has to decide between changing the past or fighting for her future.
Zach never thought she'd be there, but after a night of revelations and a kiss that can't be ignored, he's ready to help Kiera heal from the past. When his boss demands his return to NYC, Zach has a choice to make---continue the abuse that's followed him through his childhood or stand up for himself and be the man he wants to be for Kiera.
Both will find out... is it better to be forgiven or forgotten?