In All My Life 

Title: In All My Life
Author: Ciara Knight
Genre: Sweet Contemporary Romance
Cover Designer: Robin Ludwig Design Inc.
Shamed and dismissed from the Atlanta Sheriff’s Department, Larson Rader abandons big city law enforcement for a small town campus police job. He only hopes it’s far enough to escape the publicity of putting a man his own sister falsely accused in the hospital.
Helen Simpson returns to Riverbend for a new start with her young daughter running a battered women’s shelter. Small town life gives them a peace they never had, until a dangerous man from her past, untouchable by police, threatens to kidnap her daughter. A payment he feels is due to him for the humiliation she brought upon his family for fleeing the cartel and her husband.
Helen must learn to lean on someone again or she’ll lose her daughter. But will Larson be able to trust her, or will he abandon her to her fate?
Ciara Knight writes with a ‘Little Edge and a Lot of Heart’ with her contemporary and paranormal romance books. Her most recent #1 Amazon bestselling series, Sweetwater County, has topped the charts and received acclaimed reviews. Her international best-seller, Pendulum scored 4 stars from RT Book Reviews, accolades from InD’Tale Magazine and Night Owl Top Pick. Her young adult paranormal series, Battle for Souls, received 5 stars from Paranormal Romance Guild and Night Owl’s Top Pick, among other praises.

An InAshleysWorld review: 
4.5 stars!!! 
In All My Wishes was the perfect read for me! I’m usually reading about what brought characters to battered women’s shelters, and here I got to read about the healing process! This story was fresh and exciting! Who knew a reader who gets bored with sweet romance would enjoy this story so much! 
The characters were well rounded and fully developed not leaving any holes (a pet peeve of mine) ! Ciara Knight has done a lovely job bringing these characters life. I fell wholeheartedly into this story, getting sucked up in the whirl wind of trust, love, kindness, revenge and honesty! The plot was just awesome and unique, I’ve never read anything like it!
 I’m a big fan of Ciara Knight’s writing and this whole series is nothing but 4, 4.5 and 5 stars!!

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“It was nice to meet you, ma’am.” Officer Raeder held his hat to his chest and bowed his head like a real, live gentleman, a gesture she’d only seen done in movies or by her new friends’ husbands.
“Close your mouth. You’re drooling,” Charlotte whispered before gliding to the front doors with the others.
Great. Her two friends had become matchmakers.
Officer Raeder held the door open for everyone, then put his hat on and gave her another nod. She almost smiled back before she caught herself. The last thing she needed to do was encourage the man.
She grabbed the bottle of cleaner and sprayed the back part of the u-shaped front desk. For ten minutes, she distracted herself by cleaning every surface then moved to the double doors, wanting to wipe away any blemish. This was a place for fresh starts and new beginnings, for clearing away the past and looking toward a brighter future. Blemishes weren’t allowed.
Wiping the glass panes of the front doors clean, she noticed a man standing on the other side of the road, staring straight at her. His cap was pulled down, hiding his face, and his hands were in his pockets. He probably looked bored to a passerby, but Helen knew that stance. He was waiting.
For her?
A wave of adrenaline shot through her with super-charged torque, and she jerked, stumbling backwards. She heaved in two breaths, trying to steady herself before she collapsed on the floor. No. It wasn’t true. The cartel swore they’d leave her alone in exchange for her putting her husband away. The man had turned Cartel business with his drug induced antics. They would’ve offed him if it wasn’t for him taking the fall for the Cartel. A sacrificial move to save his own life. Yet there the man stood in a strong-arm stance. He lifted his head, revealing a glare that screamed death.


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