Rain City Tales Book 1

by Brent Archer

Book Cover: The Officer's Siren
Editions:Paperback - First Edition: $ 13.99
ISBN: 978-1-62695-120-4
Size: 5.00 x 8.00 in
Pages: 334
Kindle: $ 4.99
ISBN: 978-1-62695-119-8
Pages: 336

The last thing Mike Bryant needs after his overnight, hotel security shift is to find that his truck has been stolen. But that’s exactly what he’s got. SPD officer Jason Lynch arrives to take his statement, and instead ends up taking his breath away.

 

The two grow close until Jason is nearly killed on patrol. Soon afterward, Mike is attacked. The combined trauma brings back powerful memories of loss and death, and Jason struggles to overcome old fears and doubts.

 

The pair faces many challenges for a long-term relationship, not the least of which is a secret from Mike's past that he'd rather keep hidden from both Jason and his estranged family.

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About the Author

Brent Archer was born in Spokane, Washington, and lived there most of his adolescent life. At 18, he left for Seattle to attend the University of Washington for Electrical Engineering. Quickly, it became apparent he wasn't cut out his physics and calculus classes, especially differential equations, so he switched his major to International Studies with a minor in history. After graduation, he got several accounting jobs as he pursued an acting career in musical theater and dance. Though he hung up his tap shoes and dancing boots a few years ago, Brent still performs in acapella singing groups and a folk band around the Seattle area.

Brent met the love of his life in 1992 in the locker room before dance rehearsal. In 2000, they bought a house together, and in 2013, they were able to marry when Washington state voted in marriage equality. Together, they've had many adventures, exploring other countries and cultures.

Though writing most of his life, Brent came to romance in 2012. With the support of his husband and his two romance novelist cousins, Brent embarked on a writing career. He’s loving the journey, finding inspiration and a story everywhere he goes, whether it be staring out the window at the local coffee shop, tucked in a booth at his favorite pub, driving through each of the fifty US states, or riding the train to explore the world.



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