Breath on the Wind, Kairos Series, Book Three: Cover reveal and synopsis

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Breath on the Wind, an MC romance and the third book in the Kairos Series by Catherine Johnson, will be released on Saturday, 1st November 2014.

I am hoping to be able to release this book for pre-order.  Make sure you’re following our Facebook page, I’ll announce it there when it’s available.

Also a quick note to say that although this book has its grounding in my fanfic, Twelve Days of Christmas, it is not simply a repeat of that work.  It has been adapted and expanded into something entirely different.

 

Here’s the synopsis and a Teaser.

Charlie “Chiz” Davis is a committed brother of The Priests MC, but even within the world of the outlaw motorcycle club, he’s considered to be a little extreme. His little quirks weren’t an issue in his role as Enforcer; in fact they were downright useful, although occasionally they caused a problem or two. But now Chiz has been promoted to Sergeant at Arms, and he really should be on his best behaviour. When he gets carried away one night and goes too far, he decides to take a break and leave town while the dust settles.

Andrea Broussard is a businesswoman first and foremost, although her business is somewhat unconventional. Her world is of her own making, she has no family or lover to share it with, because that is exactly the way she wants it. With no commitments during the holiday season she goes out for a quiet drink.

A chance encounter brings two strangers together. Completely removed from their individual spheres, they find there’s a spark that they can’t ignore.

When they return to their respective realities, they find that they’ve changed each other irrevocably. The bond that they’ve forged will be tested, but ultimately it will bring them strength, if they let it.

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One thought on “Breath on the Wind, Kairos Series, Book Three: Cover reveal and synopsis

  1. Thank you , love your books…. Dying for a new MC book from the ladies of FC press, you guys write the best books on the genre. The Kairor’s is one of my favourite MC series and I’ve read them all .

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