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Contemporary
The Vixen and the Vet
By Suzie Housley
Dec 1, 2014 - 6:22:03 AM

In Afghanistan, Asher Lee was injured by an Improvised explosive device (IED). The right side of his face suffered extensive damage, and he lost his right arm and now walks with a limp.  He returned to his hometown to hide away from the world.


Savannah Carmichael was once a successful Journalist who worked for a prestigious New York newspaper.  She lost her position when she trusted in the wrong person; now she is trying to revive her career.  When an offer comes to her from the Phoenix Sun, she knows she will do anything to land this position.

Savannah editor requests she do a human interest story.  She sets her subject on the towns forgotten Veteran, Asher Lee.  She puts all of her Southern Charm in convincing Asher to allow her to interview him.

At first Asher is reluctant to agree to expose himself to the public eye, but he cannot seem to forget the beauty Savannah possesses.  He sees the connection to Savannah as the first outside connection he has allowed near him since his injury.

When Savannah receives Asher’s call to tell her he accepts her offer she is thrilled.  As the days go by she learns there is more to Asher Lee than meets the eye.  Beneath the war torn exterior he projects, there is a man starved for human attention.

Savannah brings a light to Asher’s dark world.  Her presence has him wishing for things he never dreamed possible.  With her acceptance, will he find that he is willing to see what the world has to offer?

THE VIXEN AND THE VET is an outstanding romance!  I cannot begin to tell you how impressed I was with Asher and Savannah.  This tale is a beautiful Beauty and the Beast theme that is assured to touch ones heart.  I highly recommend any book that Kathy Regnery writes for she has the unique writing style that instantaneous captures her reader’s attention.



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