RELEASE BLITZ: From the Embers by Aly Martinez

Our love was born from the embers, and together we would go up in flames.

From The Embers, an all-new standalone catastrophic romance from USA Today bestselling author Aly Martinez is available now!

In the aftermath of tragedy, it’s strange the things you remember. The deafening boom as the house exploded. The paralyzing fear as I searched for my wife. The blinding smoke burning my eyes as I carried her out.

But carved into my soul for the rest of my days would be the earth-shattering realization that the woman in my arms wasn’t my wife.

Bree and I were the only survivors—not that either of us were truly living after that night. As a single dad with nowhere else to go, I moved into her guest house. And somehow, through the guilt and grief, we forged an unlikely team.

It took years, but I watched the gradual return of her smile—slow and life-altering. The two of us could sit outside for hours, talking about nothing, and it filled the massive hole in my chest with new life.

I may have carried her out of that fire, but the truth was, Bree saved me.

As we healed, the secrets and lies of the past smoldered in the ashes, threatening to ignite again.

Our love was born from the embers, and together we would go up in flames.

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About Aly Martinez


WHOA! This was something!  Aly M. never disappoints with her ability to tell a story that will immediately capture your attention from the start.  Eason and Bree are both married to each other’s best-friend.  Eason is a singer/songwriter  and struggles to make ends meet to support his wife and his young daughter.   Bree is married to Rob, who runs their family company.  The foursome all see each other often, but sadly that was necessary to deflect what was really going on in their marriage.  Bree didn’t think highly of Eason – what she knew of him was what her best-friend told her.  One fateful night, tragedy strikes the two couples – Bree and Eason were the only survivors from a house fire.  Eason is now a single dad with no place to call home.  Bree is also left a single mother.  Bree invited Eason to move into her guest house until he could get back on his feet.  Bree and Eason grew closer together sharing the same guilt and grief.  They formed an unlikely team, friendship, and eventually more.  Buckle up though, it’s always a rough ride with Aly Martinez’s book J.  Nothing is what it seems – truths, lies, deceits, twists and turns, drama and plot twists J.  I really adore Eason – through it all he was always fun, caring, supportive – nothing like what his deceased wife painted him to be.  Bree is a bit of a bada** – a stay home mom turned CEO extraordinaire. She is strong and stubborn.  They complement each other nicely.  Amazing chemistry – slow burn romance (quite fitting given their situation).  I also love the kiddos – super cute and definitely put a smile on my face <3. From the Embers was such a beautiful, heartwarming and emotional story of love, loss, heartbreak, healing, hope and finding happiness again with the person you least expected.  Very unique and very well-written!  

Originally from Savannah, Georgia, USA Today bestselling author Aly Martinez now lives in South Carolina with her husband and four young children. Never one to take herself too seriously, she enjoys cheap wine, mystery leggings, and olives. It should be known, however, that she hates pizza and ice cream, almost as much as writing her bio in the third person. She passes what little free time she has reading anything and everything she can get her hands on, preferably with a super-sized tumbler of wine by her side.

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