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Ford has loved Lizzie O’Malley all of his adult life. Now that he is in
his thirties and a successful tattoo artist, he finds himself stuck in
life. He should have~ He could have ~ But he didn’t. Kicking himself for
letting Lizzie slip through his fingers, he has to pretend that life is
just peachy. His favorite past time is hiding out in his bedroom.
Aoife Flanagan arrives in Boston to do an internship with college, she
is glad to have escaped the dismal life she has back in Wicklow,
Ireland. As a twenty-three year old student and professional, she
prefers staying in the corner at parties, hiding from everyone’s
attention, and sticking to the financial plan that her father outlined
One confusing night…
One amazing summer…
and Aoife may have been brought together by fate but to stay together
means more than roses and butterflies. They must fight the world for one
another. What separates them is one big ocean and one tiny question.
Sink or Swim?
is Book 4 in The Chosen Series but it can be read as a STANDALONE since
it is Sean’s story. For Mature Audiences 17+ only, please.
Alisa Mullen is the author of the Best Selling
Saga, The Chosen Series and the Best Selling psychological suspense novel,
Plastic Confidence. She grew up in Down East Maine. Mullen has a BA from Texas
A&M University and a MS from Our Lady of Lake University in San Antonio,
Texas. When she isn’t writing, she
enjoys reading, making necklaces, and spending time with her family. Mullen
lives in South Texas with her loving husband and their two children.
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