Today is an unusual holiday. It’s Work-a-Holic Day. If you find yourself always working and never taking break, if you’ve forgotten the meaning of words like time off, vacation, and relax, this is your day! Take time to celebrate yourself…if you can find a moment to spare amidst doing your work.
If you’re looking for a way to reward yourself for all your hard work, download a copy of Finding the Way Back. The heroine counts as a work-a-holic. After all, she’s brought her work home with her and is on-call at all hours of the day and night. And that’s on top of raising a lively four-year-old.
Nurse practitioner Hazel Baker is stunned when the Agency asks her to take a traumatized field agent home with her. Her immediate concern is how it will affect her four-year-old daughter. But, after meeting the broken man, she can’t deny him the opportunity for healing and opens her home to him. If only she could find a way to help him regain the ability to speak, which he lost after being captured during a mission…
Ian Grant may not have a voice, but he still has a conscience — something many of his colleagues at the Agency seem to have lost. Their unethical behavior set back his recovery from the torture he endured, but his move to Hazel’s house gives him hope that perhaps someone truly does care about him, not just what he knows. But can Hazel’s gentle presence and her daughter’s innocence help him find the strength to fight against the corruption riddling the Agency?