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Edge of Darkness by Freya Barker
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Title: Edge of Darkness (Arrow’s Edge MC, #2)

Author: Freya Barker

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Release Date: April 9, 2020

Photographer: JW Photography

Model: Robert Kelly

About Echo of Darkness:

Road rash and Jack meets handcuffs and street smarts

I am a wandering disaster. 

A hedonist, a lover, a son, and a rebel.

My name is Yuma.

I’m sober enough to see the need for redemption, but too blind to realize I already found it.

I am an independent seeker.

An overachiever, a friend, a misfit, and a cop.

My name is Lissie.

I’m determined enough to find acceptance, but too stubborn to see all I need is my own.

We shouldn’t get involved—all the odds are against us—but when bodies turn up on common ground and lines between duty and purpose get blurred, our future becomes clear.

About the Author:

Freya Barker inspires with her stories about ‘real’ people, perhaps less than perfect, each struggling to find their own slice of happy. 

She is the author of the Cedar Tree and Portland, ME Series, the Northern Lights Collection and the Rock Point Series. She is also co-author of the SnapShot Series.

To see Freya’s complete backlist, or to find out what is coming down the pipe, visit freyabarker.com.  

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