About the Book:
What happens when you choose to throw fear aside and live unapologetically?
I did just that and never looked back. Although, I’d thought I was content until my best friend asked for a favor, and it brought me face-to-face with a big, bearded bear of a man. It wasn’t love at first sight, but it was something. I hadn’t realized how overwhelming that feeling was until Anderson Mara wanted me to be his.
Whisper POV -
"Anderson," he called out, and to my horror, the sexy mover turned with a huge smile. The guy set the box he was carrying aside and closed the distance between us.
Oh damn. He had this amazing, lazy swagger and this aura of calmness, yet his presence commanded everyone’s attention.
"Bell, so glad you could help. I know it was last minute, and you probably had better things to do."
"Luckily, I had a best friend who was bored—"
"I wasn't bored."
He ignored me and continued, "That was bored and couldn't wait to help me assist you to move and unpack."
"Well, bored or not, I appreciate it. I only have a week to settle in before I need to report for work." He extended his hand to me, and I took it so I wouldn't appear rude and not just because I wanted to know if his hands were rough or smooth. "Anderson Mara."
"Whisper, interesting name."
"My mother dropped acid after I was born, calling it some naming ceremony and bam, Whisper. Personally, I think she just wanted the acid or DMT, but whatever." I shrugged my shoulders and grinned. I earned a deep chuckle from Anderson and a crooked smile.
"Whisper." Bell gave me a dirty look. "I told you not to be weird."
"And I asked had you met me. I believe that people should enjoy the full scope of my uniqueness."
The command in his voice was clear as Bell and I glared each other down, and I turned to him as soon as he said it.
"Damn, you followed orders. I'll have to ask how he did that."
I lowered my voice and leaned to the side. "You wouldn't like the answer."
About the Author:
J.M. Dabney is a multi-genre author who writes Body Positive/Diverse Romance and Fiction. They live with a constant diverse cast of characters in their head. No matter their size, shape, race, etc. J.M. lives for one purpose alone, and that’s to make sure they do them justice and give them the happily ever after they deserve. J.M. is dysfunction at its finest and they makes sure their characters are a beautiful kaleidoscope of crazy. There is nothing more they want from telling their stories than to show that no matter the package the characters come in or the damage their pasts have done, that love is love. That normal is never normal and sometimes the so-called broken can still be amazing.
The author is Gender Nonconforming and uses the preferred pronouns They/Them.