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Sleep is the last thing on Captain Doug Reese’s mind when he finds himself in charge of a disabled aircraft carrier and a disheartened crew. Once the ship pulls safely into dry dock, however, his insomnia becomes an issue and Doug is ordered into counseling.
Instead of seeing a shrink, Doug seeks out the lowest ranking Navy Chaplain he can find.
Lieutenant Lindsey Alexander might be fresh out of seminary, but she’s not as naive as the world weary Captain believes. She knows he has no interest in her advice. So she makes him an offer he can’t refuse: Lunch–and he’s buying. One hour a day for ten days.
By the time his sentence is up, sparks are flying between the Naval Aviator and the Navy Chaplain. Until past mistakes threaten their sparkling future.
Targeted Age Group: 17+ (adult)
Book Price: .99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I’m coming to the contemporary military market from a military background. You really have to know your know your facts because there are plenty of military readers out there to catch anything you might get wrong.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Practice finishing. It’s easy to start a book. Harder to finish. Don’t give up. Get it all down on paper and clean in up later.
When an aptitude test labeled her suited for librarian or clergy, Rogenna Brewer joined the Navy. Ever the rebel, she landed in the chaplain’s office where duties included operating the base library. She’s served Navy, Coast Guard and Marine Corps personnel in such exotic locales as Midway Island and the Pentagon.
“From Navy Vet to Romance Novelist. Not just a job, thirteen years of Navy SEAL research.”
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I dedicated this book to the USS Enterprise for good reason. The ship was retired December 1st of 2012 after 51 years of service. My husband served aboard her for four years. The ship and deployment was a big part of our lives and a secondary character in many of my books.