Hero Forgotten (A Blakemore Family Book: Oasis Group Series Book 1)

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Hero Forgotten introduces Blakemore cousins Abigail-the medium, Jacob-who senses danger and is an empath, and Marty-who dabbles in the herbal arts.

Abigail Blakemore is a descendant of talented female mediums and is one of the best in her own right. Law enforcement from all over the Seattle area seek her out to help with their toughest cases. However, hiding at home and conducting most of her business via the internet is no way to meet men. But a new ghost who has entered her life is about to change all of that.

Kent Caruso, ex-Special Forces, now a highly skilled hacker at a Seattle dotcom, can’t forgive himself for his wife’s accidental death while he was deployed in Afghanistan nearly two years ago. Interested in the supernatural for years, he finds himself wandering into a little occult shop on Valentine’s Day and smack into the sexiest palm reader in Seattle.

The first book in the Oasis Group series starts with a fast, hot romance between Abby and Kent that gets a little help from cousin Marty and one of his not-quite-perfect elixirs. What will the side effects be and will Kent and Abby’s love be strong enough to prevail over the powerful Blakemore legacy? Only cousin Jake Blakemore, CEO of the Blakemore Oasis Group—a prestigious private security firm of highly skilled operatives—knows how deep those male dominated Blakemore secrets go and he won’t share much of his knowledge with Abby. But he assures his cousin that if hers and Kent’s feelings are true than in the end, nothing can stand in the way of their happiness.

Formerly 'Love Potion #9' published under author's real name, Sheryl Hoyt as a short story in a Valentine's Day Anthology, this book begged to be rewritten, added on to and expanded into a series. With its new title, Hero Forgotten is the first book of this contemporary series, by SaraLynn Hoyt. The Blakemore family was first introduced by SaraLynn Hoyt in Heaven Made, a Madame Lou historical book.

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