It started as a chance encounter on the beach, and ended 24 hours later when they parted to go their separate ways.
Or so they thought…
WHEN LAUREN CANTRELL said goodbye to the guy she had just met on the beach, she had no way of knowing their paths would ever cross again. But fate had another unexpected meeting in store for them—this time in a place where danger was part of the culture and the stakes were life and death.
THE LAST PERSON in the world Michael “Rad” Radcliff expected to see at a special ops briefing in Afghanistan is the girl he met at the beach two weeks ago—the one he can’t stop thinking about.
From the sundrenched beaches of Ocean City, Md. to the snowcapped mountains of Afghanistan, this thrilling tale of espionage and intrigue takes readers on a spellbinding journey into the secret lives of our nation’s quiet heroes, and answers the question: What do you do when the person you most want to protect is the one risking everything to make sure you survive?
MEANT TO BE recounts the dedication of our military, the honor and sacrifice of our soldiers, and a relationship that is tested and sustained by the powerful forces of love, courage and resolve.
Winner of the Golden Leaf Award for Romantic Suspense, Readers’ Favorite International Book Award, and Gold Medal from Military Writers Society of America.
“Spot on with characters and descriptions. Strong women. Larger than life men. Well done.” — Lynnette Bukowski, Widow of U.S. Navy SEAL
Targeted Age Group: Teens and up
What was your inspiration for this book?
This book came to me out of nowhere while at the beach. A long series of strange events inspired me to move forward and write the book, which is why it is entitled "Meant To Be."
Why did you decide to produce an audiobook?
This book won so many awards in print format, I wanted to make sure audio book listeners had the opportunity to experience it too.
How did you choose the reader for the book and the production company?
It's a long process, but I love Stella Bloom's voice and how she delivers the lines rather than just "reads" them.
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