“Our biggest regrets in life are not the things we did and said, but the actions we didn’t take and the words we didn’t say.” – The Wrong Seat, Natasha D. Frazier
I have regrets in both directions, but I do feel the pang for things left undone or unsaid more.
Would our relationship with the person have deepened if we’d told them how we felt?
Granted, this is not permission to vent your spleen whenever you feel the urge. Rather, it’s an invitation to consider living as if you’ll never get another chance to do that thing.
In the words of Ms. Frizzle: “Take chances, make mistakes, and get messy!”
Life doesn’t return to normal for the Langston Sisters…
About the Book
Compelled to get her family’s business back on solid ground after Crystal’s arrest tanks their company’s sales and reputation, Ava shoulders the responsibility to secure the biggest deal Langston Brands has had since inception. However, someone doesn’t like the idea and poisons her to thwart her mission.
Ava’s father hires The Four Kings private security firm to protect Ava from the ongoing threats. When Zack Kingsland takes the job, he does so reluctantly. He’s been out of the field for five years since his last job cost him his ex-wife. Now that he’s back in the thick of things, he finds that he not only needs to protect Ava, but also his heart.
A man of his word, Zack won’t compromise his assignment or Ava’s safety, not even for the growing feelings he has for her.
How can Ava and Zack navigate their feelings without losing sight of the mission—to keep her safe?
The Wrong Seat (Ava’s story) is book 2 in The Langston Sisters series.
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