Monday, March 10, 2014

Meet the Author Series at Paragraphs
Saturday March 22th 2014            1 to 3PM
Book discussion, reading and signing with LA Kuehlke
A risk taken. A battle for his soul. A chance for...Redemption. How do you keep going after the one person you always believed you were meant to be with forever gives their heart to someone else? In the second book of the Pursuit Series, Bryan Roemer is rejected, heartbroken, and lost. After losing his life-long love, Miranda Reid, to Derek Gainnes, he is faced with a new reality that has caused him to abandon love altogether. Meeting Mara - exotic, beautiful, sexy - on the flight back to California provided him with a welcome distraction to take his mind off his pain. Still, his days are a blur, and his nights are spent drowning in memories. Summoned back east to photograph the wedding of his friends, Nick Flaherty and Carrie Mayer, he reluctantly returns to the one place that he swore he'd never would. Six months away have changed Bryan. And when he arrives, the rest of the Circle find that he hasn’t come alone. Something dark and sinister has come with him. Something that is determined to keep him at all costs. But waiting there for Bryan is a second that just might save his life.

L.A. Kuehlke's world exists in words. When this wonderful world was opened up to her at a young age, a passionate love of reading developed. In fact, she is rarely seen without a book, and at any given time there are at least twenty or more waiting in her "to-read" piles. And, of course, reading them led to writing them. The author of Pursuit, Redemption, and Delirium (to be released in summer, 2014), the first three books in the Pursuit Series, she is currently working on the final book of the series - Ransomed. L.A. lives in New Jersey, in a small town very much like the ones in her stories. Read more about her and her books at

This event is free and open to the public
Paragraphs On Padre Boulevard, 5505 Padre Blvd. South Padre Island, TX
For information call us at 956-433-5057

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