Some are a slow burn. Others burn bright and fade fast.
Maybe you get a happy ending, or maybe your story doesn’t even start until the ending unravels.
When it comes to relationships, Lily McCandless has one rule: Live fast, have fun, and get out before it gets too serious. It was a rule that served her well until he came along and changed the entire game.
Miles Harris knew falling for Lily was dangerous. She warned him she couldn’t be held. He went after her anyway. Then, she agreed to be his wife. Game over. Happily. Ever. After. Until she left him in the dead of the night, leaving behind only her ring and three words scratched onto a piece of paper.
What happens to a love story that can’t find its way? Can love really rise from the ashes of an ending? Or will the past prove to be its final downfall?
(This book is a companion book to a previous book called On Paper. It will be able to be read as a stand alone, however, I’m willing to offer any reviewers a copy of On Paper to read if they’d like to read both.)
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Shae Scott is a contemporary romance writer who loves to write stories that turn real life into fairytales. She loves a story that makes you believe that real romance can happen when you least expect it.
Shae was born a southern girl and her accent comes out when she’s excited or drinking. Now, she lives just outside of Kansas City with a boy she met on vacation in California, her tiny dog and the most well-mannered cat around. When she’s not writing, she’s usually reading or watching true crime documentaries. She loves podcasts, deep discussions about nothing, all bodies of water, fried pickles, tree tunnels, and animals of all kinds.
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