Next came the actual acting.
Last came . . . the end scene.Or at least, that was what I liked to call my job as a publicist to Hollywood’s elite. If my client hit it big, I was the one who’d made that possible. And while being on call twenty-four seven meant I was chronically single, I was fine with that. I’d been in a serious relationship once and had ultimately discovered that I wasn’t cut out for commitment or being tied down or living in a small town.I needed lights and excitement, paparazzi and enough traffic that the air always smelled faintly of exhaust.I definitely didn’t need one Aaron Weaver—my ex-boyfriend and current occupant of my former home and very, very small town in Utah—tying me down or making me feel like the world’s biggest jerk, just because I wanted my life to be something more than open fields and cow patties.
But then I had to leave L.A. and go home to my father, to my small town . . . to Aaron.
And I discovered there might be much more to him than I’d ever expected.
In fact, I discovered that I might have missed out on the best end scene of my life by letting him go at all.
About the Author:
USA Today bestselling author, Elise Faber, loves chocolate, Star Wars, Harry Potter, and hockey (the order depending on the day and how well her team — the Sharks! — are playing). She and her husband also play as much hockey as they can squeeze into their schedules, so much so that their typical date night is spent on the ice. Elise is the mom to two exuberant boys and lives in Northern California. Connect with her in her Facebook group, the Fabinators or find more information about her books at http://www.elisefaber.com.
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Even though it’s been 10 years since Maggie left her hometown and the two men she loved, her father and her boyfriend Aaron, to pursue her dreams. She wanted Aaron to come with her but her dreams weren’t his dreams and they were both left with broken hearts and pain that turned into resentment.
Aaron has not forgiven Maggie for abandoning him and has never been able to see there are two sides to every story. When she temporarily returns home to be there for her father they realize that the chemistry and connection between them is stronger than ever but only time will tell if it is strong enough to overcome their past.
Although both Aaron and Maggie were hurt the one thing that Aaron had was a support system while Maggie found herself alone until she found a group of people who would be there for her. I enjoyed seeing the evolution of Aaron’s character as he realizes that neither of them was right or wrong and that love is all that really matters.