Taking Pleasure Where You Can by Kelly Ryan


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John never thought that he would be the same after Pearl Harbor, then he set eyes on

Imee and everything changed.

Ever since Pearl Harbor, John had become a shell of a man, unable to move on from

the trauma. When his captain forces him to take shore leave, a night out with the guys and one

woman were about to change everything.


Joe seemed to know everyone, and everyone seemed keen to be near him. It made it

much easier for the quiet-by-nature and still healing John to slowly make some friends. Once

the drinks started flowing, he even began to loosen up a bit. He missed hanging out with guys,

telling stories, joking around, and laughing. His captain had been right; this was what he needed

and what his friends who had passed on would want. He was beginning to feel alive again, and it

felt good. Then he caught sight of her.

About the Author

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Kelly Ryan, aka as Sheri Velarde, lives in New Mexico and grew up with a fascination

for all things that “go bump in the night,” so it is no wonder that she turned to writing paranormal

romance. In her spare time, she fancies herself a cyrptozoologist and loves to go on paranormal

related outings, searching for things that might not really exist. She is an avid exerciser and

gets some of her best ideas while on runs. She also has a bit of a wild side, which only leads to

inspiration for her writing.

Being an avid reader since an early age, she has wanted to be a writer for as long as she

can remember. She has been writing all her life, but only recently started to actually try to pursue

her dream of writing for a living. She has published with Breathless Press before, but Salvation is

her first zombie story ever.

Kelly/Sheri is a multi-published author. You can keep up to date with all things Kelly

Ryan/Sheri Velarde at: http://www.sherivelarde.weebly.com.


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Sheri Velarde
    Jun 24, 2014 @ 18:46:22

    Thanks so much for letting me stop by today!



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