Legacy Falls Cover Reveal Day Three: Iron Heart by Madison Street
We're delighted to kick off the Legacy Falls cover reveal tour--a week where we'll feature eight great stories as part of the Legacy Falls charitable anthology project. Each author will donate a portion of their sales to the wounded or returning veteran charities of their choice.
Legacy Falls project summary:
Families from Legacy Falls share a tradition of loss. Lovers have said farewell at the Pleasant Street train station for seventy years.Mothers have welcomed home their sons in the ticker tape return from war and loss.After every war, every battle, Legacy Falls opens its arms and its hearts to the wounded warriors returning home.These are their stories.
TITLE Iron Heartm
AUTHOR: Madison Street
GENRE: Contemporary Romance
At the age of twenty-one, Parker Reede pledged his life to his country. The United States Army was his family. His home. His new life.
By the time he hit the age of twenty-four, he’d lost over two dozen friends, killed in the battles of war. The eerie cries of men screaming out in pain haunted his dreams for all the years spent in the hot, dry desert of the Middle East.
And now, at twenty-six, he drowns his nightmares and sorrows with whiskey, numbing away the pain. Loneliness and sorrow are all he has. No hope. No faith.
His heart - filled with hate, anger, and despair. It no longer beats for friendship, for family, or for love. Instead, it’s frozen in a shell of dark void.
Unable to escape the past and fearful of the future.
Until Lane Boisse literally crashes into his life and changes everything.
***This book contains adult language and military situations. Discretion is advised***
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Madison began writing at a young age. She would write episodes of her favorite television shows and her passion has grown since. She decided to pursue her dreams and debuted her dark romance suspense novel, Little Things, in June 2014. It was well received by thousands of readers and became a bestseller in Romance Suspense on Amazon.
Madison Street was born in New York City and was raised in the Bronx, where she resided until she was 17 years old. After 9/11, Madison joined the United States Navy to serve her country.
During the deployments, Madison constantly wrote short stories and she discovered her passion for writing. You will find Madison always on the computer, whether she's on Facebook, designing websites, messing with Photoshop, or writing for her blog.