My name is Lyndley, or Sarah I suppose, depending on who you ask. My once amazing dream of a life had all been taken away from me one tragic night. A night that I wouldn’t soon forget. I knew my job was a dangerous one, but it never crossed my mind that one day it could all just disappear right before my eyes. Now I was trapped in a never-ending nightmare and living a life that was no longer my own. At least I wasn’t completely alone, but Ky Wakely was the kind of man that made you wish you were. Sure he was easy on the eyes, but everything else about that man drove me utterly insane. I suppose every dream comes with a price, but when it’s your life, was it a price I was willing to pay?
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Protecting Lyndley is a story about putting your feelings on the back burner to protect the one that means the most to you, but there’s one big problem. You’re not suppose to fall for the one you’re protecting.
Lyndley is a young lady who has witnessed a horrific event due to her current case she is working. When this happens she is forced to leave behind everyone that is important to her, lead them to believe that she is dead, and have a husband who is a total prick.
Ky has been dealt a rough set of cards lately, and not only is he having to protect some rich chick, but he’s also gonna have to lay off the booze as well. When he gets the call about Lyndley, he never expected her to have such an effect on him, but he keeps his guard up until one night it comes crashing down.
Protecting Lyndley is a story about protecting someone you don’t know, letting your guard down, doing what you think is best, and then realizing how wrong you were.
Amanda Bennett is one of my all time favorite authors. Each time she never dissapoint me, and in fact, I can’t wait until she releases again. Protecting Lyndley left me hurting for both sides, on the edge of my seat, ready to kill someone, and never wanting the story to end!
I never imagined my life turning out the way it had thus far. Life can be a tricky road to navigate. Unfortunately, I had to find that out the hard way. I never took for granted the things I had or the people that completed my life, until the day I was forced to abandon everything.
I wish I could tell you that I was at least happy to be alive and well, but I would be lying. I missed my family and friends terribly, but to keep them safe this was what had to be done, for now. At least I wasn’t alone in the situation, but I almost think being alone would be better than the hell I was currently living in.
Amanda currently lives in Utah with her many men (her husband, two little boys, and two dogs). She is an avid San Francisco 49ers and Dexter fan. In high school she developed a love for writing and storytelling, and in the past couple years has made it her passion as she just released her ninth book.
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