One unexpected encounter with a new employee and that fundamental rule was forgotten.
With a single touch, Kara Collins obliterated the order of my disciplined life, forcing me to question everything I believed in. Intuition told me I needed her, ensuring I couldn't forget my second rule.
Trust my instincts. Always.
Unspoken takes us back to the first meeting between Nate Blake and Kara Collins, retold from his POV. This short, sexy tease provides insight into the mind of this passionate, powerful and utterly addictive man. You can discover more about Nate in the full-length novel Salvation (Heal Me Series, Book 1), then prepare for the thrilling conclusion to Nate and Kara’s story in Book 2, scheduled mid-2016.
Unspoken can be read on its own, or as part of the Heal Me Series.
Warning: This work of fiction is intended for mature audiences over the age of 18 due to explicit content. Parental/reader discretion is advised.
Unspoken...Nate's thoughts when HE first sees Kara. Stephanie John returns to the first glance, the first meeting, the undeniable attraction of these two impenetrable forces. This is a very short story, taking a miniature moment from her novel – Salvation – but nothing about this is small.
Nate has always appeared to be almost too good, too perfect to be true. Stephanie John’s Unspoken allows us to see a glimpse inside this complicated man. He is neither too good nor too perfect, and yet it adds to his mystery and appeal.
Unspoken should not be read as a standalone, but as a companion read to Salvation. Whether it is read before, or after, it is a complement and just as HOT as Salvation. Well written and leaves me hungry for more – 5 stars!