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Broken but… Mending 1-3

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This is a collection of three books of the best selling Broken but… Mending contemporary romance series.

The books are:
Skin
Exploration, healing, and forgiveness.
A journey of love.

Kane is still reeling with anger of betrayal at the deepest level. Hoping to find his way back to forgiveness, therapy is his only option. But he discovers so much more...

Tania is struggling with her fear of intimacy after past demons still haunt her. Uncertain of how to let anyone get close to her again, she immerses herself into her photography. Finding comfort in her camera, she discovers the human body, Kane's body. Looking through the lens of a camera, Tania finds her strength and the beauty of love--with him.

But can two broken souls find the courage to confront their pasts for a future together?


Book2
Scars

Some scars are visible.
Some scars are hidden.
But the worst scars are buried within...

Existing in their own private worlds, Robin and Sean are not really living. With a need to move forward, Robin attends a workshop geared to help her do just that. At his sister’s request, Sean struggles to heal the darkness in his soul by attending a workshop to help him find balance with his life and let go of a painful history.

But at what cost?

As they confront their pain, Robin and Sean evolve, healing the scars of their past.

Can a story of sorrow, loss, and betrayal turn to success, joy, and love?

Book 3
Scales (of Justice)

It's a question of justice.
A debate between right and wrong.
But what happens when the lines blur, can justice prevail?

Paris believes she's in the clear--thwarted justice. Weaver is powerless, waiting for justice.

Paris escaped a situation that some would consider a crime. She worries constantly that the day of reckoning is around every corner. Weaver seeks justice like hunter seeking prey. His biggest fear is that the day of reckoning he deserves will never come.

Forced to deal with very deep and personal problems, Paris and Weaver, complete strangers, agree to a therapy assignment that seems radical and frightening.

As they navigate the boundaries between right and wrong, against shattered hearts, can Paris and Weaver balance the scales of justice to find what they're looking for?