Thursday, October 6, 2022

Battling Beckett by T. Christensen

Battles that extend well beyond the field - check out the newly updated edition of Battling Beckett and find out why readers are raving!


Hell Disguised As Heaven. . .

Greer Smith’s circumstances change radically her senior year of high school. Moving from an apartment to a multimillion-dollar mansion should be an easy transition, but her soon-to-be stepbrother makes it hell on earth.

Beckett Dawson is a football god and an arrogant jerk. He makes it clear Greer is not welcome in his home or at his elite private school. And yet, the battle with herself is more confusing than the one with Beckett. Why is she drawn to him? Why does she see the good in him?

Even with confusing and unexpected obstacles, Greer is determined to find a way to not only survive but also to thrive, no matter what Beckett throws her way. But he’s not going to make it easy.

This book features an alpha hero and an introverted heroine in a high school setting, but it’s meant for mature readers.

**This is a re-edited version of Battling Beckett. The story is the same. The new cover and improvements enhance the enjoyment!**

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T. Christensen has been addicted to reading ever since she read her first romance book in middle school. When different characters and scenes started invading her brain she would write them down and put it away. Gradually she took the steps to give them a beginning, middle, and a happily ever after. It has been a long time dream to have her stories published.

T. has been a lifelong resident of South Dakota. Occasionally she ventures out, but being at home, with her family, is always the best place to be. Reading a romance novel is still the best reward at the end of the day.

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