despair and broken dreams?
and fortune now. But what am I, the famous Gage Rodin, doing at night when I’m
on the road and can’t sleep? Googling her. Tess Hades, the
girl who still haunts my dreams and my lyrics.
guarded to the world. But she let me into the deep end of her beautifully
broken soul. When we were together, life was simple. When my life got
complicated, she did what she thought was the right thing. She let me go.
my muse has fed on the memory of our life together. But now everything in my
world is shifting again, and not in a good way. I’m not certain I have the
strength to bear another devastating loss, so I find myself reaching for
something as rare and elusive as the perfect song lyric.
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author. She lives in Colorado, working for a small IT. She has three children
and manages a chaotic household of three confused dogs, and a wonderful husband
who shares her love of all things geek. To survive she works continually to
find purpose for the voices flitting through her head, plus she consumes high
quantities of chocolate to keep the last threads of sanity intact.
Tess has come a long way from the teenager we met in My One Regret. Her scars may not be visible but that doesn’t make them any less painful and because of her past she does not allow many people close and trusting other is an issue. She doesn’t trust her judgment and is never sure if people want to be around her because of who she is or because of her family.
When Gage meets Tess for the first time he is an up and coming rock star who is working three jobs. He sees the walls she has built around her heart and slowly but surely, he manages to dismantle them one brick at a time. All is going well until it isn’t, and she disappears from his life for six years.
They reconnect at a time when Gage needs her the most, but can he count on the one person he has always loved or is their past too strong to overcome?
Full of emotion and angst this story takes you on an incredible journey. They may have been apart in distance, but their hearts were always together.