Today we are celebrating the release of HIDDEN DEPTH by Brenda Rothert. This book is a contemporary romance, standalone title that is part of the Lockhart Brothers series. Check out the purchase links for the book below.
Hidden Depth (Lockhart Brothers, #4) by Brenda Rothert
An adult standalone, contemporary romance
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I had it all.
Breaking into the entertainment business as a teenager wasn’t easy. I spent years of my childhood traveling, auditioning and hoping my big break would come. And when I did, I rose to a level I never imagined.
Elle Tyler: model, singer and actress. I couldn’t go anywhere without security anymore. It was everything I ever wanted and more – fame, fortune and worldwide recognition. At age twenty-four, I was living a dream.
But a single act of violence shattered my fairytale existence. In a matter of seconds, all the goodness in me was ripped to shreds. Overnight, the people around me dropped away, moving on to find the next big thing. I gave up on myself, becoming a woman so dark and forlorn I no longer recognized myself.
But the stranger who saved me that day, Justin Lockhart, never gave up on me. He still saw light through my darkness. And as we grew closer, I started to see it, too. And I also started to see that before that terrible day, maybe I didn’t really have it all. Maybe I was always missing the only thing that really matters.
Ok I need a Justin Lockhart. Well any of the Lockhart men will do! He’s a small-town, grass-fed, gentleman. He meets Elle Tyler on the worst day of her life, but he rescues her from it. And he can’t stop thinking about her and want to make sure she’s ok – regardless of who she is.
Elle has been a singer/dancer/star for basically her life. At the age of 24, she’s used to the touring, paparazzi (or paparazzo) and the stage life. She’s not ready for what happened to her but she’s thankful for Justin saving her.
And thus starts their story that has many twists and turns but consumed me as soon as I started it. I just love the Lockharts and Justin is no different!