Mary Persephone Hail
Hail—well that speaks for itself.
Her name is painful to think about. Mary, his newfound daughter, isn’t a wished-for child. Persephone, though? Yeah, destruction is a fitting description. And Hail? Yeah, that’s just the final f-you.
The moment that her mother drops her off on his doorstep, Dante’s hell becomes complete.
Or so he thinks.
What can make life worse after losing one’s wife and kids, you ask? Here’s what: being given a baby that depends on him for her survival. Finding out that the baby’s mother is dying of brain cancer, and has a husband that he never knew about. A husband that Dante knows in the marrow of his bones is trying to kill her just as surely as the cancer eating her brain.
Dante’s a bad person. He’s done some not so nice things, and now he’s being punished for his misdeeds. Karma is finally catching up to him.
This child that he’s been stuck with is of his flesh and bone. This child is his salvation. This child is the final nail in the coffin of his wife and daughters’ too short lives.
He doesn’t want this child.
But this child will save him whether he wants her to or not.
With the help of a friend—yes, a woman friend—Dante finds his way back to life. But what he finds when he gets back isn’t the same life that he left behind. Turns out, he has to start living a new one. One where he's suddenly having feelings for a friend that helped him get through some tough times, and loving a daughter that won’t let him quit.
Praise the Lord for Mary!!! This little girl has brought so much joy to so many. The fact that she saved Dante (her daddy) is the most amazing thing ever.
After losing his wife and little girls, Dante didn’t see a way of life. He just existed. That is, until the day that Mary was dropped into his life. Literally. Then there is Cobie. Sweet, sweet Cobie with a life that she wanted to give up on. Being sick is not what she wanted again. But Dante, oh Dante ... he saves the day.
I can’t wait for you to read this book. It’s nothing short of amazing. The love, the compassion, the heartache and the sadness. I will tell you that I cried for the first few chapters. Get the tissues ready, because Dante, Mary and Cobie are coming for you!! Lani knows exactly how to evoke every single emotion from you. Per usual, another successful story from this beautiful author!!
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In This Series:
Hail No (Hail Raisers #1)
Go to Hail (Hail Raisers #2)
Burn in Hail (Hail Raisers #3)
What the Hail (Hail Raisers #4)
The Hail You Say (Hail Raisers #5)
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I’m a married mother of three. My kids are all under 8, so I can assure you that they are a handful. I’ve been with my
paramedic husband now for ten years, and we’ve produced three offspring that are nothing like us. I live in the greatest state in the world, Texas.
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