“Can you keep a secret?”
After her last relationship ends in disaster, nurse Sarah Drexel swears off men and takes a job in Shiprock, New Mexico hoping no one will recognize her.
But that’s before half-Navajo environmental protection specialist Benny Turner walks into her clinic in need of stitches and a tetanus shot. They used to be friends back in college until the night she told him her deepest darkest secrets and they haven’t seen each other since.
With Benny back in her life again, will Sarah let her past mistakes dictate her worth… or, if her ex-boyfriend is to believed, lack of? Or will she finally face her past—and her secrets—and accept them as part of who she is?
And will Benny accept them, too?
This is a prequel to the world introduced in Everything she Ever Wanted with events happening ten years before Dax met Harlow. It’s also standalone so you don’t need to have read Everything She Ever Wanted first.
The engagement may be fake…
But the emotions just got real.
After learning that her ex-fiancé will be spending the holidays next door to her parents’ home, the last thing florist Mariah Peters wants is for him to see that she’s still single two years after they called off their wedding. And so she comes up with the perfect lie… that she’s engaged.
Too bad the man she hired to pretend to be her fiancé is grounded on the other side of the country and can’t make it in time.
Enter friend Logan Garrison who volunteers to be the replacement. After all, that’s what friends are for, right?
But that’s before a practice kiss changes everything…
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SARAH For someone I haven’t seen since I moved here two months ago, I suddenly can’t turn around without bumping into Benny. In this case, twice on the same day. Is that why my heart is beating as if I’ve just completed a sprint? “Hey,” I say as he gets out of his truck. His left … Continue reading The Other Side of Love: Chapter Three