Release BLITZ: Dotted Lines by Devney Perry

Dotted Lines by Devney Perry is now live!

Clara Saint-James is completing a journey started by an old friend. She’ll return a Cadillac to California, a place she’s avoided for more than a decade. But it’s time for closure and to put old ghosts to rest. And it’s time to find out if the feelings she’s cherished for the boy from her past are just fanciful memories–or if there’s a chance they are real.

Timing was never on her side, especially when it came to Karson Avery. The two of them lived in a junkyard as runaway teens, and though she wanted more than his friendship, he always belonged to another–until that one night when he was hers. When Clara finds Karson living in a small, coastal town, she’s not surprised the beautiful boy from her past grew into a stunning man. His smile is as captivating as ever. His eyes have the same roguish glint. But timing is still working against her. Clara must decide how far she’s willing to go to battle for Karson’s heart. Or if it’s time to let him go and surrender to the dotted lines that have always kept them apart.

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WHOA! SAVE THE BEST FOR LAST!! I am not crying at all… sniff sniff 😦 All good things must come to an end but I really don’t want to say goodbye to these characters… But really I adore ALL of the books in this series. Each and every one of the characters were given such a long overdue, beautiful journey since the time they spent in the junk yard. It’s Clare Saint-James turns to complete the trip started out by Londyn. Clara will take the last trek to finally return the Cadillac to Karson in California. Clara, her sister, and Karson were the last kids to leave the junk yard. Clara and Karson grew a lot closer after every one left. They were friends but eventually gave in to the attractions they have for each other. Unfortunately their romance was short lived. As soon as the sisters turned 18, they went separate ways. All Clara has was a distant memory of a boy she loved nearly a decade before. Clara can’t avoid Karson any longer – her job is to return the Cadillac and went on her merry way. If it was that simple, right? I really feel for Clara – she was dealt a shitty card in her childhood but her adult life wasn’t a whole lot luckier. Clara is a single mom to the cutest little boy. She found Karson living in a small coastal town. He is all grown-up, successful, gorgeous and so not available. I love Karson – totally SWOON-worthy. Even as a young boy he was caring, protective, selfless person who would put someone’s need before his own. My heart ache for these two – timing was never on their side… can they rekindle their romance after so mush history, the years apart, and many obstacles that lay ahead? I have to say though I did not expect this last book to be so emotional. Single mom/second-chance romance full of hearts and sweetness. Dotted Lines was a bittersweet and perfect ending to this series. I love every single book – truly beautiful, unique and unforgettable. Each book can be read as a standalone but you should really pick up Runaway Road first. Promise you will be hooked  This author is one of my favorite and I cannot wait to see what she comes up with next.

Meet Devney

Devney is a USA Today bestselling author who lives in Washington with her husband and two sons. Born and raised in Montana, she loves writing books set in her treasured home state. After working in the technology industry for nearly a decade, she abandoned conference calls and project schedules to enjoy a slower pace at home with her family. Writing one book, let alone many, was not something she ever expected to do. But now that she’s discovered her true passion for writing romance, she has no plans to ever stop.

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