Thicker Than Blood
Every paramedic’s worst nightmare is to arrive at the scene of a horrific accident and find out that the victim is someone they love. Or, in Caden Ross’s case, the woman he used to love. It took two years to finally get over Dakota and move on with his life, or so Caden believed, until he has to face the thought of a world without her. Nothing could have prepared the handsome, headstrong off-duty paramedic for the emotional upheaval of keeping the woman he once thought would be his forever alive.
Dakota Martineau appeared to have the world in the palm of her hand. She is beautiful, kind, has an adoring family, including her best friend and identical twin sister. She has a passion for incorporating her love of life, family, and her cultural background into her dream job with special needs kids. Then, in a life-altering crash, she discovers just how fragile life is. Thankful to be surrounded by an incredible group of friends who will help heal, not just her body, but also her soul, she knows she should be happy she is alive and on the mend, but Dakota is still tormented by the loss of her one true love.
How can you feel safe with the one person who hurt you the most? What road will Caden and Dakota take when they discover fate wreaked havoc on everything they thought was true?
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God Gave Me You by Blake Sheldon
Lips of a Angel by Hinder
Free by Zac Brown Band
Need You Now bu Lady Antebellum
Humble and Kind by Tim McGraw
God, Your Mama & Me by Florida Georgia Line
You Had Me From Hello by Kenny Chesney
I Do by Jesse Decker
Crazy Beautiful by Andy Grammer
You'll Think Of Me by Keith Urban
Copperhead Road by Steve Earle
Goodbye In Her Eyes by Zac Brown Band
Timing Is Everything by Garrett Hedlund
H.O.L.Y. by Florida Georgia Line
Just A Fool by Christina Agulera featuring Blake Sheldon
Remind Me by Brad Paisely & Carrie Underwood
Whiskey Lullaby by Brad Paisely & Allison Krauss
Meanwhile Back At Mama's by Tim McGraw & Faith Hill
Tennessee Whiskey by Chris Stapleton