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Cole Stevens thought he was finally given a second chance in life. With the woman he always loved now by his side, an adopted son who felt like his own since the day he met him, and a baby on the way, Cole could finally see his forever. And then his past showed up on his doorstep, threatening to take it all away.
Now forced to relive painful memories and bring dark secrets to light, Cole begins a downward spiral that leads him back to the place he spent years trying to escape. As the pain of his past collides with the present, he finds himself lost again, fighting for his family's future. How can he find the way back in time for his forever to be saved?
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I let go of him and he falters back. Dusty wraps his arms around me to pull me back and Camryn is begging me to stop. Her voice registers, sinking through the fury that just consumed me, and my head snaps up realizing where I am. Camryn’s hands are over her mouth and I can see her fighting back tears. And that’s when I see him, my little superhero, crying and shaking at Camryn’s side. My sweet little boy, my Gavin—how could I let myself get to this point?
I reach out to him and he shudders back, sinking into Camryn even more. At that moment, my heart shatters, seeing that my son, the one I vowed to protect, is afraid of the menace I just became. My gaze travels to Camryn and I see the pain in her eyes, which I am sure I put there. “Take him home, away from me.”
She reaches her hand and grasps my wrist, pulling me with her. “Come home with us.”
I pull my hand away and begin to back away from them. “Take him home without me. Right now, he’s afraid…of me.” I can’t bear to stay here and look at what I did to Gav and Camryn, to see that the old Cole has never really left. I rush off the beach, away from my family, the ones I disappointed again with my thoughtless actions. I try to grasp the realization that I’m no longer the superhero Gavin once thought I was. Today, I became the villain.
About Kimberly Daniels...
Kimberly Daniels is a middle school English Teacher who took the advice of her students to pursue her writing hobby as a career. When she’s not at her laptop dreaming up new happily-ever-afters, she can be found glued to the TV or Kindle consumed with a new show or book addiction. She lives with her husband and two daughters in in the suburbs of Philadelphia,spending weekends at basketball games, softball fields, and dance recitals.
Connect with Kimberly Daniels:
Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Kimberly-Daniels/e/B07BPMLDY3
More Personal "Stuff" about Kimberly...
1. If I could be one character…
I would definitely be Lila. She is hysterical and definitely knows how to have a good time. I love how fierce she is with her best friend. Her loyalty is unwavering.
2. Research for the Book
I hung out at skate parks and with surfers to make sure those scenes were accurate and realistic. I wanted to portray both of those sports properly since they played such a significant part in the story. Hanging on the beach with surfers was a real tough job!
3. My Favorite Reads
My favorite book is The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton because it introduced me to the love of reading. I love the Hunger Games because it allows me to bond with my own kids who love the series. My favorite Contemporary Romance is the Thoughtless Series by SC Stephens because it gave me the worst book hangover of all time!
4. Memorable Quotes from the Story
- He’ll have to break to be mended…He’ll have to shatter to be saved.
- I reach out to my wife, my lifeline, and grasp her hand, knowing she is the only one who possesses the power to save me.
-There’s nothing better than riding the high of the wave, and then somehow surviving the low of it, and coming out on my two feet.
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