First Light by Isabel Jolie

Cali had to move away from her family, to an island, away from her family, because her brother got involved in something and he was afraid for her safety. He made her do some light work for him in his server room and even got her a dog to protect her. 

She can't get close to anyone and he is quite controlling, especially not to someone like Logan. But he can control her heart. 

Logan is in charge of public safety on the island - it's not big enough to have a police department. There is something about Cali that intrigues him. Their love story is very romantic, with long talks and walks ...

I like reading the story (as well as the entire series). :) I couldn't put it down until the last page. :)



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contemporary, romance, adult
September 28th, 2021 by Noctivity, Inc.


He could be my savior…or my downfall…

I was living a lie.

No one knew who I really was. Letting someone in could’ve been devastating for my family.

For the most part, isolation wasn’t a hardship. It’s not like I was looking for love or any kind of serious relationship.

But then I met Logan.

I tried to keep my distance. He wouldn’t let me.

Logan is gentle, kind, and loving. Everything I never knew I needed in my life.

He’s also a cop—exactly the kind of man who’d never understand my truth.

So, while he shared his deepest, darkest secrets, I kept mine hidden.

Too bad I couldn’t keep my heart locked away, too.

Because now, I’m falling for a man who can never be mine. Not truly, anyway.

How can I ask him to be my future when I can’t even let him help me survive my present?

First Light, book three in the Haven Island series, is a lightly angsty, sometimes suspenseful, small town, military contemporary romance featuring a grumpy protective, over hero and the heroine who steals his heart. All of the books in the series are standalone contemporary romance novels and can be read in any order.

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