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BookQuoteWednesday! #BookQW

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It’s BookQuoteWednesday! #BookQW This week’s word is “WAIT”. Are M/M amnesia stories your thing? Then check out Mitch and Joey’s struggle in Memory’s Prisoner!

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★★ BLURB: Detectives Mitchell Reid and Joseph Valentino of the Chicago Police Department have finally moved from friends to lovers, partners on the job and off.

Then an escaped bank robber with a thirst for vengeance shatters their world. The police tactical raid to recapture the convict goes horribly wrong, leaving Mitch severely wounded and Joey with a devastating head injury. They both survive, but Joey’s long-term coma and memory loss will change their lives – and love – forever.

BookQuoteWednesday! #BookQW

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This week’s word is “YEAR”. Are M/M amnesia stories your thing? Then check out Mitch and Joey’s struggle in Memory’s Prisoner!

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BookQuoteWednesday! #BookQW

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It’s BookQuoteWednesday! #BookQW This week’s word is “FRIEND”. Are M/M amnesia stories your thing? Then check out Mitch and Joey’s struggle in Memory’s Prisoner!

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BookQuoteWednesday! #BookQW

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It’s BookQuoteWednesday! #BookQW This week’s word is “BREAK”. Check out two Chicago PD detectives struggling to rebuild their lives – and love – after devastating physical injuries in Memory’s Prisoner.

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BookQuoteWednesday #BookQW

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It’s BookQuoteWednesday! #BookQW This week’s word is “QUESTION”.

Check out two Chicago PD detectives struggling to rebuild their lives – and love – after devastating physical injuries in Memory’s Prisoner.

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Memory’s Prisoner – $0.99 TODAY ONLY!

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As part of Dreamspinner Press’s “World Series” promotion – my hometown Chicago Cubs won last night so YOU win today!

Get my Chicago PD novella “Memory’s Prisoner” for $0.99 TODAY ONLY until the start of Game 7 tonight! Regularly $4.99! What a  deal!

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FREE Chapter Read – Memory’s Prisoner!

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For the next several days I’ll be doing a FREE CHAPTER READ of each of my books. Next up is Memory’s Prisoner. Keep reading to get to know Mitch and Joey…

Detectives Mitchell Reid and Joseph Valentino of the Chicago Police Department have finally moved from friends to lovers, partners on the job and off. Then an escaped bank robber with a thirst for vengeance shatters their world. The police tactical raid to recapture the convict goes horribly wrong, leaving Mitch severely wounded and Joey with a devastating head injury. They both survive, but Joey’s long-term coma and memory loss will change their lives – and love – forever.

 

CHAPTER FIVE

An hour later Mitch was transferred to a gurney and wheeled downstairs to an exam room where Dr. Cohen was waiting. He was given a local anesthetic to reduce the pain as the rods holding the brace to his leg were disengaged.

“Now remember, Mr. Reid,” Dr. Cohen said. “This doesn’t mean you’ll be running a marathon tomorrow, as much as you might want to. I don’t even want you bending your leg until your physical therapist stops by to see you in your room a bit later. Understood?”

Mitch just nodded, not really hearing what she was saying, instead watching as first the metal contraption and then the bandages were removed and he got his first, unimpeded look at his leg.

Frankenstein.

That was the first thought that popped into Mitch’s mind. He knew he was overreacting, knew the doctors had done a miraculous job and had saved his leg, knew the scars wouldn’t be as noticeable with time. It was just a shock to see what kind of damage had been done.

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