Introducing Emerson Perry, author of A Wave’s Desire

“It has been a wonderful experience working with Lisa and the others to help this book come to pass. I greatly appreciate all the work you did to make my project a reality. I look forward to continuing to move forward with this process. Thank you.”

Emerson Perry is a retired sailor of the U.S. Navy. He has a Bachelor of Arts and a passion for poetry and reading, and is a member of Romance Writers of America and First Coast Romance Writers. Perry resides in Jacksonville, FL, where he and his wife-his high school sweetheart-have three daughters.

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Book description…

Honor and Service…or Life and Love? Lieutenant Jasmine S. Kendrick-an independent nurse, an officer in the US Navy, and a chess prodigy-is on a quest to help save lives on behalf of her mother, who was tragically taken from her as a child. Subconsciously, she also pines for the affection of her absent military father, a distant yearning from childhood that puts her in harm’s way of a jilted lover, determined to possess her. Petty Officer Marcus T. Patterson, a charming enlisted navy personnel specialist, uses the navy as an escape from his declining Miami neighborhood…and from a long-ago crime he and his sister swore never to bring up again. When tragedy forces Marcus to come face-to-face with his own past, he must answer for a crime he can no longer hide. Jasmine and Marcus meet, and love soon follows. But their relationship is strictly forbidden by military law, and before long, Jasmine finds herself in the ultimate chess match-a game that could destroy her career, her love, and her life. A WAVES Desire is an unforgettable debut novel of deep emotion, featuring characters who are haunted by their past but determined to find their own, elusive fairy-tale ending.

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