Revolution could bring them together…or drive them hopelessly apart.
Amidst the chaotic and turbulent times of 1970, Timothy Stone has learned to stay quiet. His family and community are tearing themselves apart, so he keeps his head down in his studies, music, and his crush.
Charlotte Covington seems like a free-thinking hippie, but she’s hiding something—a past Timothy needs to understand. And once he does, he’ll have to find the conviction to stand up for what he believes in, no matter what the cost.
Warning: A groovy tale of virgin lovers with references to sixties rock music, the Vietnam war, and recreational substances. Violent scenes depicting real events may be disturbing to some. Readers should be advised to hang tough or cut out.
If you can dig an outta sight story about young love in a divisive time, grab this sexy standalone now!
Rebecca Grace Allen is an Amazon and Barnes & Noble bestselling author of hot, heart-breaking romance. She’s also been a teacher, worked in law and children's publishing, as well as at Disney’s Haunted Mansion and Jungle Cruise. When she isn’t writing, she’s either at her day job braving the world of social media for a small nonprofit, attempting yet another crafty Pinterest project, or trying not to hurt herself kickboxing. A born-and-bred New Yorker, she grew up travelling to the rocky shores of southern Maine, and considers the New England seacoast to be her second home. She lives with her superhero techie husband, two parakeets, and rescue kitty with a very unusual foot fetish.
Rebecca enjoys writing engaging and realistic stories about complex, relatable characters...that also happen to be fiery, sexy-as-hell reads. Her readers have called her books passionate, intense and intriguing; rock-solid, sizzling hot love stories that sweep you up into all the deep feels. She promises three things with her books: character-driven love stories, raw honesty, and off-the-charts sexual chemistry.