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Author: Patricia A. Bridewell

Paperback: 286 pages

Publisher: Tymm Publishing LLC

Copyright: 2018

Language: English

Two Steps Past the Altar

Pharmaceutical sales representative, Sasha Edmonds, is a motivated high-flyer with a stellar track record at Wexel Pharmaceuticals. Her position as the top sales representative and having a fiancé who loves her is more than she could ever imagine.  But it’s not enough. Her obsession with climbing the corporate ladder is the number one goal that she strives to reach by any means necessary until she learns that her mother requires a new medication for her life-threatening medical condition.

When she discovers that her fiancé, Damien Taylor, may be cheating, she breaks off their engagement. In the midst of healing, she becomes captivated with Wesley Dunbar,a wealthy pharmaceutical businessman that may hold the cure for her mom and for Sasha’s wounded heart. Although she attempts to resist Wesley’s romantic overtures, his charm, status, and kindness open a window of opportunities to consider.

While Damien tries to woo her back into his life, her involvement with Wesley becomes complicated. A surfeit of lies and deception causes a web of mixed emotions as she struggles to help her mom and determine whether Damien or Wesley is the real love of her life.

Author Bio:

Patricia A. Bridewell started journaling in 2005 after several personal crises. Her journal notes transitioned to her first published book in 2009. She is an award-winning, bestselling author, nurse practitioner, nurse educator, and blogger.

Patricia is a contributor to the AALBC bestselling book Single Mama Dating Drama, published by Brown Girls Books, and she has published two novels and contributed short stories to multiple anthologies. Patricia resides in Los Angeles. Her latest book,Two Steps Past the Altar, was published in May, 2018.

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