Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Taking Heart by T.J. Kline (Healing Harts #2) @Avonbooks @WriterTJKline #HeroProfile #MeetDylan #Giveaway

Enter to Win a
Digital Copy of HEART'S DESIRE
(Healing Harts Book One)

Healing Harts #2
T.J. Kline
Released June 2nd
Avon Impulse

T. J. Kline's Healing Harts series continues as a soldier suffering from PTSD and a therapy dog trainer find that some scars can only be healed by love...

Julia Hart knows how much good she does training therapy dogs—it's what helped her overcome her own trials after a relationship turned unexpectedly violent. But moving beyond her mistakes meant trusting only her family with her heart.

Dylan, a former soldier, has run out of hope for recovery. Plagued by nightmares and flashbacks, he doubts anything will help him overcome his PTSD. When his brother convinces him to try one last time, he agrees to get a therapy dog.

Dylan didn't expect to find Julia or a chance for a "normal" future again. But when Julia's attacker is released from prison, Dylan and Julia will have to face the past together.

Amazon | B & N | iTunes | Kobo

(Thank You for T.J. for this amazing vision of Dylan)

Name: Dylan Granger
Age: 30
Special Forces Medic (medically retired)
Physical Description: 
Tall and extremely well built, very muscular (but not overly bulky) and fit. He keeps his head shaved short (like it was in the military), penetrating brown eyes that have seen far too much and full lips that have forgotten how to smile.
Likes (3): 
Helping others, his family and loyalty
Dislikes (3): 
Dog slobber, the unknown, feeling hopeless
Relationship Status: 
Single and definitely not looking
Typical Friday Night: 
Sitting at home, reliving the past (both good and bad) in his mind
Drink of Choice: 
Whiskey but stays away from it because of his circumstances, an occasional beer takes the edge off
Favorite Food: 
Pizza with the works and a thick crust.
Favorite Song: 
Listens to “oldies” rock, loves AC/DC, Metallica, Def Leopard, and Guns ‘n Roses. Has always loved the song One by Metallica but these days, it hits a little too close to home.
Choice of Transportation: 
Muscle car, all the way. His love was the ’70 Chevelle SS he rebuilt with his brother.
Boxers or Briefs: 
Best Memory to Date: 
The day he left to join the military – the pride he could see in his mother’s eyes, and the joy in knowing he was going to do what he loved: help others while protecting his country.
Words to live by: 
“Some things don’t have to be spoken to be shared.”

a Rafflecopter giveaway

T. J. Kline was raised competing in rodeos and rodeo queen competitions since the age of 14, She has thorough knowledge of the sport as well as the culture involved. She has had several articles about rodeo published in the past in small periodicals as well as a more recent how-to article for RevWriter. She is also an avid reader and book reviewer for both Tyndale and Multnomah.

Other Books in the Series

No comments: