by Ren Alexander
Genre: Contemporary Romance
The myth, the man, the legend.
Yeah. I’m none of that crap.
Okay. I’m a man. There’s that much.

Almost everyone calls me Rod, whether I like it or not. I’m the guy others

look to for a laugh, a dirty joke, a distraction—the office clown.

Even my best friend, Hadley, laughs.

It’s just that, I’m not always laughing. Not even on the inside. Nobody

knows the real Greg or the agony I hide with humor. My recently dead

sister had a clue, but she’s in no position to blab. I screwed up

big time—then and now—but it’s all my undoing. Through

everything, Hadley’s been my cure and my curse. And I fell in love

with my married best friend. But she wasn’t always married, and I

wasn’t always broken.

I had a millisecond of a chance, but I blew it, siding with morality.

What guy does that? And sailing that sinking ship all the way down, I

sacrificed my wants for her needs. Doing that, I fathered a kid with

the office trouser troll. Stupid? Hell to the yes. Because now,

regardless of the grand total, I want something I can’t have.

Integrity and my sanity be damned.

But nobody, especially Hadley, can know the real Greg Rodwell, my

tortured soul, my unashamed love, or my darkest truth, because it

wouldn’t just blow her mind.

It would rock our damn world.
**Only .99 cents!!**

Ren Alexander was born in Wheeling, West Virginia. She graduated from

West Liberty University, where she received a B.S. in criminal

justice. Although interested in that field, her true passion was

reading and writing. She currently lives in Detroit, Michigan with

her husband, two daughters, and two cats. “Chasing the Wild

Sparks” is Ren’s first novel.

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