Sunday, February 19, 2017

NEW RELEASE for preorder BREAKING POINT & Another Excerpt

Breaking Point is the 8th installment to my SEAL Team Heartbreaker Series. There are 6 full-length books and 2 novellas. There will only be 2 more full length books to this series. Breaking Hearts (Bowie's Story) and Breaking Chains (Derrick Armstrong's Story). Since something Derrick was involved with started the series, I have to give him his own story to end it.  Then I'll be moving on to the Building Series. I'll talk more about that in a later post. Much later.  But I'll keep everyone updated.

Breaking Point is a 38,000 word novella. Trish and Langley's story. It's a story of a marriage and everything it takes to be married to a warrior. I fell in love with Langley while I wrote this. I hope you do too.


Here's the blurb: 
 Release date March 15th

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After fifteen years of marriage, Trish Marks has hit her breaking point. Her social work caseload has doubled, her son is acting out, and her SEAL husband is never home.   Something has to give. When she’s shot and nearly killed by an irate husband during a home check, it does.

Navy SEAL Senior Chief Petty Officer Langley Marks is five years away from retirement and his pension. He knows there’s trouble in his marriage when he returns home from a deployment to a wife who’s distant, overworked, stressed, and unhappy. He’s only seen her like this once before, when she nearly died after giving birth to their last child. When she’s shot, he re-lives that terrible experience, and feels just as helpless.

But he’s not about to fly away and leave her to fight her way back alone this time. He’s willing to sacrifice it all to prove to her she’s the most important thing in his life. He just has to find a way to make her believe it.  

An Excerpt: 

Trish’s arms tightened around him again. “You’re a good man, Langley.”
  He was silent for a long moment. “One of the Al Qaeda bastards abused her. She gave up his name right away. I think that’s why she wanted to die. The baby was only about three months old. She’d given birth to her alone. And this asshole comes into her home and…” His throat worked again. “I made sure his name was on the hit list of bad guys before I left. If our guys don’t get him, theirs will, maybe. Hopefully the bastard’s already dead, since he never came back.”
“You did all you could, Langley. More than her own people or neighbors did.”
“It’s damn near impossible to figure out who the bad guys are over there, Trish. Some of them would sell their kids to the highest bidder to survive, while others will stay in the trenches and starve with them. We try to build a relationship with them through kindness, and they’re murdered for having contact with us, or turned in by their own neighbors. It’s a no-win for everyone.”
Trish cupped his cheek and looped a leg over his. “There’s nothing you can do about it. And you’re home. Try to lay it down.”
He turned on his side, making the hammock swing wildly, and snuggled her body into his. “You’re right.” His mouth touched hers in the softest of kisses. “I’m home. I’m grateful to be here with you.”
That’s the way it always worked. He told her some non-secret something that was weighing on him, and he turned to her for comfort.
How much more did the secret stuff hurt him? How did the other guys deal with all this without a sounding board and a pair of loving arms to hold and comfort them? She smoothed his hair back from his forehead.
“I’m grateful you’re who you are, Langley.” She tugged up his T-shirt and then her own, so their skin could touch. He unclasped her bra and cupped her breast, then plucked at the nipple, toying with it until it beaded. Sensitive sparks trailed downward to the most intimate part of her body, and she rocked in against him, setting the hammock to swinging again. 
“You know we can’t make love in a hammock. I’m a SEAL, not an acrobat.”
She chuckled. “I thought we could do some heavy petting, then wander in and make love.” She unzipped his khaki shorts and caressed the length of his erection through his briefs while she nuzzled his neck.
“Good thing I’m a sailor and don’t get seasick.” He kissed her again.    
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She could tell he was lighter for having shared, but it wasn’t the thing that was bothering him most.  It was probably something he’d never be able to share. She couldn’t do anything about that but love him.
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Just a plug for my latest release Breaking Out in case you're interested. 



BREAKING OUT (Book 6 of the SEAL Team Heartbreakers) 
Ensign Zac O'Connor "Doc" is one HOT SEAL and the book is 419 pages of emotion, sexual tension, Hot sex, action and more emotion. Two Romances, two families in crisis, & edge of your seat suspense. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll come away glad you read it.


Navy SEAL Zach O’Connor was dumped while he was deployed on a high-risk mission, and the fallout from the breakup nearly cost him his career. Never again will Zach allow his feelings to make him lose sight of what really matters. Not even when his attraction to Piper Bertinelli makes him long for the very thing he’s vowed to avoid.

Violence and heartache have nearly shattered Dr. Piper Bertinelli’s life, and the last thing she needs is to be attracted to a military man scheduled to deploy. Though all Zach wants is a distraction instead of a commitment, Piper is unable to resist the charismatic Naval officer. He makes her feel safe, something more seductive to her than him being a SEAL.

When an overzealous policeman from Piper’s past comes after her, Zach has to make a decision: walk away from the woman who's cracked the shell he built around his heart, or stick by her and possibly risk his career.

And there are other hurdles to face: the family who drove Piper away, but whose secrets may hold the key to understanding why her father was killed.  And someone who’s a greater danger to Piper’s life than an angry cop. The man responsible for it all.  

And don't forget Breaking Free the first book of the series is FREE!  Just in case you've not read any of the series and you want to try it out. 



BREAKING FREE ( Book 1 of the SEAL Team Heartbreakers)
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When LIEUTENANT ADAM “HAWK” YAZZIE rescues ENSIGN BRETT “CUTTER” WEAVER during a mission in Iraq, his faith in his team’s loyalty is shaken. Someone in the team attacked Cutter and left him for dead. But who?

ZOE WEAVER races to her brother Brett’s bedside. He stood by her while she fought her way back from a devastating injury, and she’s determined to do the same for him. Though drawn to Hawk’s good looks and steady strength, she’s reluctant to get involved with a man in uniform. But with Brett lying in a coma, Hawk may prove the key to what happened to her brother.

Hawk is torn between loyalty to his men and his need to see justice done. When he tries to save a troubled teammate’s career, he unwittingly puts Zoe’s life in danger. Can he lead the rest of the team in a rescue operation to save her? Or will one of Hawk's brothers in arms destroy the woman he loves?

Thank you for stopping by my blog and Happy Reading to you all!
Teresa Reasor 


6 comments:

Billie Jackson said...

Oh, wow! tears. I love those two and Trish has been so strong. I can't wait to read it!

Teresa Reasor said...

Thank so much for stopping by and leaving a message, Billie. I'm so glad you liked the excerpt. I'm excited about this one. Maybe a little more than the some of the others. I think it really has an underlying message everyone will really like.
Thank you,
Teresa R.

Stephany Tullis said...

Congratulations on your new release! I'm also downloading your freebie. Haven't read it yet--can't wait to dig in.

Teresa Reasor said...

Thank you so much for coming by and reading the blog and commenting. I appreciate it. And I hope you enjoy Breaking Free. Let me know what you think.
Teresa Reasor

Christoph Fischer said...

Fantastic news. The series goes from strength to strength!
All the Best!

Teresa Reasor said...

Thanks, Christoph. I really appreciate your swinging by and commenting.
Love my SEALs and want to do them proud.
Teresa