dream of, a love they believed bonded them together for life. When
their world is shattered by the tragic loss of their daughter, overwhelming
grief and misguided guilt distorts the truth, and their relationship ends in
uncertainty and unanswered questions.
nine years, they drift through life, each unable to forget the one who holds
the strings to their heart. In an attempt to escape the pain of her past,
Melanie finds herself trapped in a loveless marriage, while Daniel loses
himself in a career that means nothing without Melanie by his side.
when their lives again intersect, neither can deny the connection they felt so
long ago. But will the power that drew them together be enough to heal the
wounds from their past, and will they have the courage to overcome the
insecurities and fears that threaten to keep them apart?
is a story of attraction and separation, of destiny and duty, of a love so
strong it refuses to give up even when all others have.
this one did it for me in a big way. I’m an angst-lover. And by that I mean,
I’m a Thoughtless, Beautiful Disaster, Love Unscripted, Slammed, Fifty Shades
of Everything, kind of reader. But there’s gotta be an HEA. And not a half-done
HEA but a real yeah-this-story-has-been-agonizing-but-look-it-was-all-worth-it
HEA. So, that said, I earnestly recommend this book. If you’re like me, you’ll
like this. Enjoy!” LitJunkie
the New York Times bestselling author of Take This Regret and Lost to You, as
well as other contemporary romance titles, including If Forever Comes, Pulled
and When We Collide, as well as the New Adult Romance Come To Me Quietly due
out January 7, 2014. She first found a
love for writing during her days as a young mother and college student. She
filled the journals she carried with short stories and poems used as an
emotional outlet for the difficulties and joys she found in day-to-day life.
Years later, she
shared a short story she’d been working on with her two closest friends and,
with their encouragement, this story became her first full length novel. A.L.
now spends her days writing in Southern Arizona where she lives with her
husband and three children. Her favorite pastime is spending time with the ones