Loving Meg

The Camerons of Tide's Way

Book 2
Bell Bridge Books
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Will he forgive her moment of weakness?

After a year of deployment, Marine lieutenant Meg Cameron returns to Tide's Way tormented by guilt over the kiss she shared with her commanding officer as he comforted her after the death of a military dog. Her husband, Ben, is the love of her life. What will he think when she confesses?

Ben Cameron is just happy that his brave, beautiful wife is safely home with him and their young sons. Everything seems fine--at first. In bed, he and Meg are perfect together, until the nightmares come and she calls out a name that's not his. She won't talk about it.

Meg struggles to find a way to explain life in a war zone but can't even bring herself to tell Ben, a professional dog trainer, why the traumatized police dog he's rehabilitating tears her heart out: the big shepherd looks just like the bomb dog who died on Meg's team.

As Ben's frustrations and fears climb, Meg debates returning to active duty and leaving home again. If Ben can't convince her to trust him, her pain may take her back into harm's way.
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Publisher
Bell Bridge Books
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Published on
Aug 27, 2014
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Pages
195
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ISBN
9781611945263
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / General
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Book 1
"With a deft hand and engaging style, Skye Taylor creates a realistic story with a heart that captivates . . . if you keep your heart open, love heals the deepest wounds. Don't miss this book." ~Vicki Hinze, USA Today Bestselling Author

Jake Cameron won't risk hurting his best friend by admitting he loves her.
Little does he know . . . that's what hurts her the most.

Zoe Callahan, pregnant with the child her ex-boyfriend doesn't want, adores her ramshackle new home in the seaside town of Tide's Way, North Carolina. When she meets handsome Jake Cameron, her next-door neighbor who offers some fixer-upper help, her heart goes out to him instantly. He's the doting dad to three daughters and the kind caretaker to a mom-in-law with early Alzheimer's.
Jake is equally smitten with Zoe. But Jake, a contractor and volunteer firefighter from a close-knit family of brothers and a sister, won't risk a romance that could disrupt his family after his ex-wife nearly destroyed it.
Despite Jake's efforts to hide his feelings, he and Zoe quickly form an unbreakable bond. Zoe discovers love hasn't given up on her, even if the father of her unborn child did. Now she just needs to figure out why Jake is so determined not to let the heady attraction that sizzles between them turn into something more than friendship.
Then disaster strikes, and Jake is Zoe's rescuer. He already has her heart, but now, in spite of the rift that comes between them, she must trust him with her life and the life of her baby. And Jake must trust himself.
Skye Taylor began writing during her years as a Peace Corps volunteer. In 2012, her first novel, Whatever It Takes, was published. She is thrilled to join the Belle Books family and is currently working on a six-book contemporary romance series. Visit her website at Skye-Writer.com or on find her on Facebook.
Skye Taylor
Falling in love could break her heart.

Brianna Reagan's life fell apart when her husband, an Army Ranger, was killed in combat. Now, three years later, she and her young son, Sam, have started a new life in Tide's Way. She's determined to protect herself from more heartache.

But then she meets Sam's Cub Scout leader, tall, sexy Will Cameron. Will takes one look at the gorgeous blonde and decides his hunt for a temporary apartment is over. There's a space available in Brianna's building.

Sam adores Will and has become best pals with Will's nephew, Rick. Brianna quickly learns that Will is a North Carolina Highway Patrol Trooper, excelling on and off the job in activities that challenge him mentally and physically. He relishes living life on the edge: rock-climbing, sky-diving, riding motorcycles, and pushing himself to be the best at whatever he does.

He's putting himself in the line of danger, just as her late husband did. And he's hoping for a promotion that would transfer him to a state-wide task force, meaning he'll say goodbye to her, Sam, and Tide's Way.

As she struggles to remain "just a friend," Will brings tender, patient romance into her life--with the promise of hot passion, when she's ready.

Can she resist? And what happens if her worst fears come true?

Skye Taylor has been a member of Romance Writers of America since 1995 and of the Ancient City chapter in St. Augustine, Florida, for the last six years. Her publishing credits to date include several non-fiction essays about life as a Peace Corps Volunteer, one mainstream political intrigue, WHATEVER IT TAKES, and the Tide's Way series.
Skye Taylor
Philip Cameron is a Marine sniper, a leader of men in the field for most of his career. Although decorated for saving the lives of five fellow Marines when their vehicle hit an IED, he doesn't feel like a hero. His right hand was crushed and bones in his shoulder and arm were broken. He was shot and nearly bled to death, but after several months and surgeries at Walter Reed Medical Center, he turned down a medical discharge and has been reassigned to a desk job in intelligence at Camp Lejeune, where he faces months of physical and occupational therapy to regain full use of his hand and arm so that he can get back to doing what he does best, leading quick response teams in the field.

After the dissolution of her marriage, Elena Castillo is eager to move on with her life and cement her growing reputation as a top-notch therapist for recovering soldiers. She returns to the east coast with her teenage daughter to step into a very desirable position in the physical therapy department at Camp Lejeune, where her very first patient is Gunnery Sergeant Philip Cameron.

But Elena and Philip have a past that could compromise both of their goals.

Fourteen years earlier, home on compassionate leave, Philip fell in love with Elena, but she was young and he was afraid to declare himself until she had time to discover what she wanted in life. Elena fell hard for her older brother's best friend, but was never sure Philip felt the same about her, so when his leave was up, they parted.

Then 9/11 happened. And Elena discovered she was pregnant.

War tore them apart.

Can its aftermath bring them back together?

"Turmoil, tenderness, and painful secrets from the past!"--Heather Ashby, author of the Love in the Fleet series

Skye Taylor is a former Peace Corps Volunteer. She writes The Camerons of Tide's Way series, published by Bell Bridge Books. Visit her at skye-writer.com.

Skye Taylor
Was she sent back in time to change Iain's fate . . . or share it?

Caught between a job offer she should take and a marriage proposal she doesn't want, Dani Amico is dying for some adventure. So she takes off to visit some of the places on her bucket list. The first - an abandoned island she read about while researching her American History thesis. While there, she tumbles into an abandoned cellar hole . . . and wakes up more than two centuries in the past.

It's 1775 and Iain MacKail's ship is loaded with contraband he is smuggling into Boston. This unknown Dani, the "boy" he found in his cellar, could be a spy for the British customs agents, so Iain is forced to take the boy with him to insure that he and his mission are not compromised. Only he soon finds out that this "boy" is so much more.

As they travel through pre-revolutionary New England, Dani realizes she's falling for the rugged Scotsman. But she can't forget something she came across in her studies--the fate of Iain MacKail. He would be betrayed by someone close to him and suddenly disappear from history. Could this be the reason Dani fell through time--to save Iain? Could they live and love together in this war-torn time?

Then again, if she tries--and fails--to change his fate . . . will she end up sharing it?

Skye Taylor lives in Florida where she divides her time between writing novels, walking the beach with her dog, MacDuff, volunteering at the JAX USO, and trying to keep her to-be-read pile from taking over the house. She considers life an adventure and in a world of people who ask "why," she has decided to ask, "why not?" She spent two years in the South Pacific with the Peace Corps (2002-2004). She started jumping out of perfectly good airplanes in her fifties and earned a basic sky diving license. She loves to travel and has visited twenty-seven states, fourteen countries on four continents, and the South Pacific. Her bucket list includes at least that many more places to see. Having been born and lived most of her life in New England where her children grew up, she is now a transplanted Yankee soaking up the sun, warmth, and history of St. Augustine, Florida. She's a mom and grandmother with five grown children and fifteen grandchildren. She's a member of the Women's Fiction Writers Association, Romance Writers of America, Ancient City Romance Authors, and Florida Writers Association. Check out her website at: www.skye-writer.com
Skye Taylor
Was she sent back in time to change Iain's fate . . . or share it?

Caught between a job offer she should take and a marriage proposal she doesn't want, Dani Amico is dying for some adventure. So she takes off to visit some of the places on her bucket list. The first - an abandoned island she read about while researching her American History thesis. While there, she tumbles into an abandoned cellar hole . . . and wakes up more than two centuries in the past.

It's 1775 and Iain MacKail's ship is loaded with contraband he is smuggling into Boston. This unknown Dani, the "boy" he found in his cellar, could be a spy for the British customs agents, so Iain is forced to take the boy with him to insure that he and his mission are not compromised. Only he soon finds out that this "boy" is so much more.

As they travel through pre-revolutionary New England, Dani realizes she's falling for the rugged Scotsman. But she can't forget something she came across in her studies--the fate of Iain MacKail. He would be betrayed by someone close to him and suddenly disappear from history. Could this be the reason Dani fell through time--to save Iain? Could they live and love together in this war-torn time?

Then again, if she tries--and fails--to change his fate . . . will she end up sharing it?

Skye Taylor lives in Florida where she divides her time between writing novels, walking the beach with her dog, MacDuff, volunteering at the JAX USO, and trying to keep her to-be-read pile from taking over the house. She considers life an adventure and in a world of people who ask "why," she has decided to ask, "why not?" She spent two years in the South Pacific with the Peace Corps (2002-2004). She started jumping out of perfectly good airplanes in her fifties and earned a basic sky diving license. She loves to travel and has visited twenty-seven states, fourteen countries on four continents, and the South Pacific. Her bucket list includes at least that many more places to see. Having been born and lived most of her life in New England where her children grew up, she is now a transplanted Yankee soaking up the sun, warmth, and history of St. Augustine, Florida. She's a mom and grandmother with five grown children and fifteen grandchildren. She's a member of the Women's Fiction Writers Association, Romance Writers of America, Ancient City Romance Authors, and Florida Writers Association. Check out her website at: www.skye-writer.com
Book 1
"With a deft hand and engaging style, Skye Taylor creates a realistic story with a heart that captivates . . . if you keep your heart open, love heals the deepest wounds. Don't miss this book." ~Vicki Hinze, USA Today Bestselling Author

Jake Cameron won't risk hurting his best friend by admitting he loves her.
Little does he know . . . that's what hurts her the most.

Zoe Callahan, pregnant with the child her ex-boyfriend doesn't want, adores her ramshackle new home in the seaside town of Tide's Way, North Carolina. When she meets handsome Jake Cameron, her next-door neighbor who offers some fixer-upper help, her heart goes out to him instantly. He's the doting dad to three daughters and the kind caretaker to a mom-in-law with early Alzheimer's.
Jake is equally smitten with Zoe. But Jake, a contractor and volunteer firefighter from a close-knit family of brothers and a sister, won't risk a romance that could disrupt his family after his ex-wife nearly destroyed it.
Despite Jake's efforts to hide his feelings, he and Zoe quickly form an unbreakable bond. Zoe discovers love hasn't given up on her, even if the father of her unborn child did. Now she just needs to figure out why Jake is so determined not to let the heady attraction that sizzles between them turn into something more than friendship.
Then disaster strikes, and Jake is Zoe's rescuer. He already has her heart, but now, in spite of the rift that comes between them, she must trust him with her life and the life of her baby. And Jake must trust himself.
Skye Taylor began writing during her years as a Peace Corps volunteer. In 2012, her first novel, Whatever It Takes, was published. She is thrilled to join the Belle Books family and is currently working on a six-book contemporary romance series. Visit her website at Skye-Writer.com or on find her on Facebook.
Skye Taylor
Philip Cameron is a Marine sniper, a leader of men in the field for most of his career. Although decorated for saving the lives of five fellow Marines when their vehicle hit an IED, he doesn't feel like a hero. His right hand was crushed and bones in his shoulder and arm were broken. He was shot and nearly bled to death, but after several months and surgeries at Walter Reed Medical Center, he turned down a medical discharge and has been reassigned to a desk job in intelligence at Camp Lejeune, where he faces months of physical and occupational therapy to regain full use of his hand and arm so that he can get back to doing what he does best, leading quick response teams in the field.

After the dissolution of her marriage, Elena Castillo is eager to move on with her life and cement her growing reputation as a top-notch therapist for recovering soldiers. She returns to the east coast with her teenage daughter to step into a very desirable position in the physical therapy department at Camp Lejeune, where her very first patient is Gunnery Sergeant Philip Cameron.

But Elena and Philip have a past that could compromise both of their goals.

Fourteen years earlier, home on compassionate leave, Philip fell in love with Elena, but she was young and he was afraid to declare himself until she had time to discover what she wanted in life. Elena fell hard for her older brother's best friend, but was never sure Philip felt the same about her, so when his leave was up, they parted.

Then 9/11 happened. And Elena discovered she was pregnant.

War tore them apart.

Can its aftermath bring them back together?

"Turmoil, tenderness, and painful secrets from the past!"--Heather Ashby, author of the Love in the Fleet series

Skye Taylor is a former Peace Corps Volunteer. She writes The Camerons of Tide's Way series, published by Bell Bridge Books. Visit her at skye-writer.com.

Skye Taylor
Falling in love could break her heart.

Brianna Reagan's life fell apart when her husband, an Army Ranger, was killed in combat. Now, three years later, she and her young son, Sam, have started a new life in Tide's Way. She's determined to protect herself from more heartache.

But then she meets Sam's Cub Scout leader, tall, sexy Will Cameron. Will takes one look at the gorgeous blonde and decides his hunt for a temporary apartment is over. There's a space available in Brianna's building.

Sam adores Will and has become best pals with Will's nephew, Rick. Brianna quickly learns that Will is a North Carolina Highway Patrol Trooper, excelling on and off the job in activities that challenge him mentally and physically. He relishes living life on the edge: rock-climbing, sky-diving, riding motorcycles, and pushing himself to be the best at whatever he does.

He's putting himself in the line of danger, just as her late husband did. And he's hoping for a promotion that would transfer him to a state-wide task force, meaning he'll say goodbye to her, Sam, and Tide's Way.

As she struggles to remain "just a friend," Will brings tender, patient romance into her life--with the promise of hot passion, when she's ready.

Can she resist? And what happens if her worst fears come true?

Skye Taylor has been a member of Romance Writers of America since 1995 and of the Ancient City chapter in St. Augustine, Florida, for the last six years. Her publishing credits to date include several non-fiction essays about life as a Peace Corps Volunteer, one mainstream political intrigue, WHATEVER IT TAKES, and the Tide's Way series.
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