Zee + Annmarie and Tan + Jubilee.

Forever. No exceptions.

They were to have the picture-perfect life together. Everything was all planned out.

Jubilee was to marry Eitan and Ezekiel was to marry Annmarie. That’s how it was always supposed to be from the moment that they met. Textbook, right?


Eitan and Annmarie die in a freak accident that never should have happened, leaving the two survivors reeling.

Sixteen years later, Jubilee and Zee can’t even be in the same room with each other before things begin to deteriorate. Too many memories. Too much pain. Not enough forgiveness.

They’re like hellfire and holy water, and neither one of them is willing to admit that they’re wrong.

Then one day things change, and all of a sudden, they’re looking at each other like maybe they aren’t each other’s enemies after all.









Lani Lynn Vale is a USA Today Bestselling Author of over thirty titles. She is married with three children, two dogs, two cats, a donkey, and a couple (a couple also meaning over twenty) chickens.

When she’s not writing, you can find her curled up in her favorite chair reading.

Lani is married with three children and lives in the Great State of Texas.

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Jubilee and Zee have been like oil and water since they met as children. As they grew up not only were their families close, but they dated each other’s sibling. When tragedy struck and they lost half of their foursome rather than it bringing them closer it drove a wedge between them that continues to widen.

Sixteen years later and every time they are near each other the sparks continue to fly as they have become experts at knowing exactly what sets the other off. When sparks of a different kind begin to ignite between them will these enemies become lovers, or will their pasts ensure that they will never be more than adversaries?

Jubilee is feisty and fiery while Zee has this need to protect her even when she drives him crazy. The sarcastic banter, hot chemistry combined with just the right amount of suspense makes this one of my favorite stories by this author.

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