2.If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
I'd be bulletproof. I'm real sick and tired of getting shot and stabbed. It's not exactly fun. I do have some wicked awesome scars though.
3.What do you want most from life?
To wake up fifty years from now with my girl by my side and know that I managed to keep her safe despite all the bullshit.
4.What is your greatest fear?
Telling January the truth and losing her for good. She's the center of my world. I spent 10 years trying to live without her, but I never forgot her and I never stopped loving her. Losing her would destroy me, and I am legit terrified once she knows the truth, she'll kick me out of her life for good.
5.What is your greatest regret?
I have a lot of those. My biggest though? Destroying January's life. Had I known then what I know now, I would have made so many different choices. If I could go back, I'd do everything different, keep her from losing everything that mattered to her.
6.How do you decide you can trust someone?
I can count on one hand how many people I trust. They earned it by stepping up and handling business. When your back is against a wall and you're fighting for your life, very few jump into the trenches with you. Those who do though? Those are your people. You fight for those people. You die for those people.
7.What unusual hobbies or interests do you have?
Does terrorizing gang members count? Because I gotta say, ripping their shit apart doesn't exactly suck.
8.What or who is the greatest love of your life?
January James. I met her when she was four and I was seven. She looked like a tiny little doll, running as fast as she could to get to her big brother. When she fell down, instincts I didn't even understand told me I needed to protect her. And then she looked up at me with those big green eyes, and I knew I'd do anything to make her smile. All these years later, I'm still so gone for her it's ridiculous. She's still so tiny and so damn perfect. I'm wrapped around her little finger and I'm not afraid to admit it.
About Fight for You
Some things are worth fighting for. Some people are worth dying for. For me, January James is both.
Too bad she hates me.
Ten years ago, I destroyed her life and lost everything that mattered to me. I've been in hell since, desperately trying to forget her even though I've never been able to do it. She still haunts me.
Now a dangerous enemy from my past has it out for her. He isn't going to stop until he gets what he wants. I know I should stay away before I hurt her all over again, but I can't do it.
It's time to stop running and start fighting for her.
My name is Michael Kincaid, and this is my swan song. When it's over, I'll either be the monster at the end of this book…or I'll be the man January deserves.
Fight for You is an angsty and emotional brother's best friend, second chance romance. It the first book in a series of interconnected full-length standalone novels featuring alpha male cops willing to do whatever it takes to protect the women who need them most. Each book has no cheating, and a guaranteed HEA.
Fight for You is currently available in Kindle Unlimited!
Ayden K. Morgen is the Amazon Bestselling author of the Ragnarök Prophesies series. She lives in the heart of Arkansas with her childhood sweetheart/husband of fifteen years, and their furry minions. When not writing, she spends her time hiking, reading, volunteering, causing mischief, and building a Spork army.
She graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and Forensic Psychology in 2009 before going on to complete her graduate degree in CJ and Law.
She puts her education to use as a 911 Dispatch Supervisor, where she's responsible for leading a team of dispatchers as they watch over police, EMS, and firefighters for her county. Her books feature law enforcement officers, the women who love them, and the difficult cases that drive them.
An excerpt from A Wizard's Choice, when my protagonist Kurtis Warde meets the protagonist of my work-in-progress Alina Lehrer...
Behind a polished wooden desk sat a petite woman with bright green eyes and blonde hair. She walked around the desk, extending her hand to Kurtis. “Alina Lehrer. Nice to meet you, Mr. Warde.”
“Kurtis.” His heartbeat pounded in his ears. What the hell am I doing here?
“Kurtis.” She welcomed him, inviting him to sit. When he chose one of the armchairs, she settled onto the other. “Here at Vibrant Life, we hold your privacy with the highest of respect. Before we begin our session, I’d like you to read and sign our confidentiality agreement.”
Kurtis took a minute to read the document, found it to be pretty standard, and signed it.
Alina placed the signed agreement on her desk and sat back down. “Tell me a little about why you made an appointment.”