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Release day: Follow Me

10 August 2019

Today is the official release of Follow Me by Afton Locke (ebook, Amazon). Here’s the blurb:

Where were you in the summer of ‘69? Picketing, peacemaking, or falling under the spell of a magic man?

The day Adele Robbins turns eighteen, she flees her mother’s house to escape her lewd stepfather. She aspires to help people, but for now she simply needs a roof over her head. When she stumbles over a generous—and sexy as all get-out—hippie playing guitar on the street, she grabs at the chance for a temporary refuge.

While replacing the family he lost to tragedy as a child, Jeremy Dobson also plans to make the world a better place. Recruiting new followers should be easy, but one headstrong woman threatens to upset all his plans.

Unpeeling the layers of this unusual man makes Adele wonder if she’s jumped from the frying pan straight into the fire. She refuses to be a doormat like her mother, but Jeremy’s magnetism is a force not to be trifled with. When he beckons her to the edge to pursue their mission, will she follow?

Afton dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

The summer of 1969 was an exciting time, which I didn’t really appreciate because I was just a toddler. Besides the landing on the moon, large social shifts were happening. Watching some 50-year documentaries about the hippie movement (rethinking ‘society’) stirred my muse to write about a guru. If a charismatic, mesmerising man set his sights on you, would you be able to resist? Adele faces this very challenge when she casts her lot with Jeremy. Is she strong enough to resist, or will their love make them both stronger?

You can find out more about this book at Afton’s website or buy it from Amazon.

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