Life, Liberty, Pursuant To by Piken Sander

Book Cover: Life, Liberty, Pursuant To by Piken Sander
Editions:Paperback - First Edition: $ 19.99
ISBN: 978-1540320421
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 300
Hardcover - First Edition: $ 39.99
ISBN: 978-1-365-52189-8
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 300
Kindle - First Edition: $ 4.49
Pages: 300
ePub - First Edition: $ 4.49
Pages: 300


Sanapia Jones and Marcus Brand have it all. Their crazed stalker is finally in custody. They have a lovely home, wonderful friends, amazing careers, and, most importantly, each other. That is, until the unthinkable happens and a devastated Sana must pick up the pieces of her heart and carry on for the sake of her son. Two years pass and Sana is ready to take her new relationship to the next level when a fire at the studio interrupts her plans. What happens next will change all their lives in ways they couldn't imagine

Publisher: Foundations
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A light warm breeze wafted across the brick and concrete and grass, lifting the curls from Sanapia’s face as she looked down at the sweet little boy in her arms. She and Rachel had delighted in going through every little outfit to choose the cutest, a green plaid shirt and a pair of the tiniest khakis imaginable with a real zipper fly only a couple inches long and booties knit to look like tennis shoes. Hal looked like a real little man, his large blue eyes popping against the green shirt. She smiled as she heard familiar voices approaching. She leaned back against the slatted bench back and looked up as Marc rounded the corner of the gazebo with Elle Tarsip and photographer in tow.
“Well, hello,” Elle said as she scanned over Sanapia’s head to the park beyond, “this place is every bit as…” Her eyes widened when she looked down, her words cut off by her shock at the sight before her.


You had the baby??” she gasped. She sank onto the bench beside Sanapia and stared at the infant. “He is just gorgeous, what a precious…wait a minute, when?”
Sanapia smiled. “I woke the morning after the attack in early stages of labor. It was a couple weeks early, but the doctor wasn’t worried that delivering at that point would be a problem. Meet Halvor Denton Brand, Hal for short, he was born six days ago at just before noon, 22 inches and almost 8 pounds, so not exactly a preemie, was he.” She shifted her arm to give Elle a better look at the peaceful infant.
“He has his daddy’s eyes, to be sure,” Elle nodded, gesturing to the photographer. “I assume we get the first photos exclusive, why you asked me to come with a still photographer and not my usual cameraman? Tell me, how did you keep this a secret?”
Marc took a seat on the other side of his wife. “I don’t think I need to remind you that we’ve had to become very cautious of late.” He placed a protective arm around Sanapia’s shoulders and looked down at his son. “We have a lot to protect.”


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