Caroline Reyes is starting her second year of college nothing like the first. Following a car accident over the summer with her best friend Raleigh she is now stuck with a bitch for a roommate as Raleigh recovers at home.
One Saturday morning starts off with a bang, literally at Caroline’s door and leads to her needing to comfort a very distraught stranger. This brings Caroline into her first run in with Eric. She feels completely lust driven at just the sight of him, even though his words just piss her off. She can’t shake the sensations running thru her though even after their brief meeting is over. Then comes Kyle and he is determined to get to know Caroline better and she feels the same way dismissing her earlier run in as just crazy hormones.
Now she is left with decisions having to be made and knowing someone is going to get hurt in the process. That someone could be her alone.
Caroline has always looked into the stars for comfort and reassurance since she was a little girl with her Daddy. Now she is looking up into them praying for the right answers and hoping they can help her along with her Daddy who is amongst them now.
When the heartache of what Tara Wright believed was her love and life plan with her high school sweetheart follows her into a new year. Tara begins to rely on the three new and beautiful friendships that came compellingly into her life.
Caroline, easily becoming the perfect best friend for Tara. Thru Caroline she receives the encouragingly, witty Raleigh as a new found friend as well. Meeting Adam at a time where she needs to rediscover herself has her scared and confused. Every moment spent with him has her head swirling and her stubborn walls weakening.
Adam is the man that can make her laugh, give her support, and make her heart skip a beat every time he comes into view. He’s everything Tara needs to make her way back out of her stubborn shell of fear she’s closed herself into.
Finally starting to spend more time together and watching Adam in his realm of adrenaline induced racing at the Motocross has Tara’s weakening walls finally crumbling to the ground and singeing in the heat Adam brings to her.
Has it all just been a crazy ride to recognize true love? Can Adam fix Tara’s broken heart and make her believe that their love is In The Now?
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In every fairytale there’s anger, hurt, and love. For Raleigh Jefferson her fairytale is no different.Since she was a little girl, watching Snow White meet her prince as she frolicked through the forest, the idea of Happily Ever After was embedded in Raleigh’s mind. Her heart skipped a beat over the Beast’s love for Belle, and she knew she’d swim the ocean to save her black haired prince from drowning, even without a mermaid tail. Destiny and forever. She wouldn’t settle for anything less.She wasn’t looking for a man to frolic in the forest for her. If she were to actually witness such a thing she’d probably smack the man for acting a fool. But she did want her own Cinderella story. She wanted to glide down the aisle in her own glass slippers toward the man she loved, the one who returned that love unconditionally.She never knew how hard this dream of hers would be until she met him. Will the truth of the world around her and the pain that can be carried in someone’s heart be too much to handle, or can Raleigh find a way to truly live… In The Fairytale?
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Joan Duszynski lives in Virginia with her husband and their three kids. Woods surround her home and she loves the privacy and quiet it brings. She wasn’t always a reader, so that moment when she picked up a book and found herself engrossed in its pages and unable to put it down will never be forgotten. It eventually led her to want to try and write and share stories of her own, in hopes that others will find themselves reading and getting lost inside of them. Thanks can’t be expressed enough for your time and interest. Please feel free to connect with the author either through Email, Twitter, or Facebook.