The photo took Matt Steele off guard, jerking him back to a time he’d done everything to forget, to emotions he never wanted to relive. In the midst of a hotly contested race for the White House, the photo and the man who brought it to him will challenge everything Matt thought he knew about himself. The choice he faces to put honor on the line could change the outcome of the election and the fate of a nation.
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About The Author
A. S. Taylor considers life an adventure and willingly admits that she often dances to a very different piper. She claims that motherhood is the biggest and most rewarding adventure of her life and she is proudest of the five wonderful people her children have grown up to be. But now that they are on their own and have presented her with twelve terrific grandchildren to spoil, she has spread her wings and flown as far as the South Pacific where she spent two years in the Peace Corps. She's jumped out of perfectly good airplanes and earned a basic sky diving license, and she gets dressed up in the garb of an 18th century Spanish citizen to volunteer at the historic tavern in the oldest city in North America. Having been born and lived most of her life in New England, she is now a transplanted Yankee soaking up the sun, warmth and history of St Augustine, Florida where she lives with her furry buddy, MacDuff. She spends most of her free time writing novels, volunteering in the living history Spanish Quarter and walking on the beach. Besides her children and grandchildren, she loves traveling, chocolate, the ocean, anything that flies, reading, NCIS and history - not necessarily in that order.