We are thrilled to be bringing you the release of FIVE REASONS TO GO by Candace Knoebel. FIVE REASONS TO GO is the second standalone in the Risky Hearts duet. If you love your contemporary romance emotional and angsty then grab your copy today!
About FIVE REASONS TO GO
One day a week. That was his rule. And it was also our downfall.
My marriage to Hank was one of convenience. When I got pregnant at sixteen, he took me in and kept a roof over my naïve head. We had an agreement—we could sleep with whomever we wanted so long as our children were kept in the dark. It worked great… until it didn’t.
Cocky Jack Swanson was never supposed to be mine. His marriage was open, but his heart was guarded… until he slowly let me in, revealing an alluring man with a painful past. With him, I felt what love could be. I felt wanted… needed. I’d never wanted to fall in love… but then I did.
And now… the rules have changed.
Jack isn’t the same man I fell for. Broken and gutted from his divorce, he’s a shell of who he once was. Sullen and worn down. I know I can bring the good in him back out, if only he’ll let me in. If only he’ll just stay, instead of giving me all his reasons to go.
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About CANDACE KNOEBEL
Candace Knoebel is a hopeless romantic with an affinity for whiskey and good music. Her love of words began when she met the boy who lived in the cupboard under the stairs. She’s a self-proclaimed Lost Girl. Words are her mirror.
With two completed series, her work ranges from paranormal to contemporary, all centered heavily around romance. Currently she lives in Florida with her husband and two children, and has just completed her fifteenth novel, Ten Reasons to Stay.
Jessica is 16 when she finds herself pregnant by Hank, an older man, and no longer welcome at her parent’s home. With limited options they get married but he is a terrible husband and father. It is a marriage of convenience where they both see other people as long as their child didn’t know.
Jack was married however the distance between he and his wife seems to be growing so they come up with the idea of an open marriage. Thursday nights they can see other people as long as they don’t spend the night. It turned out to be a recipe for disaster as marriage between two people can be challenging and it only gets worse when you add more people in the mix.
A few years ago, Jack and Jessica used to spend Thursday nights together until his marriage imploded. When fate brings them together once again will this finally be their chance or is a marriage of convenience with Hank all Jessica can ever have?
The author has managed to actually make you feel for Jack which is something that I didn’t think could happen after reading Five Reasons to Go. Jessica has not had an easy life and she deserves so much more while Jack shows that he is a better man. This may not be your normal romance, but the author has managed to write it in such a way that you have empathy for everyone.