Scars & Silver Linings 🍼 Now Available



π’πœπšπ«π¬ & 𝐒𝐒π₯𝐯𝐞𝐫 𝐋𝐒𝐧𝐒𝐧𝐠𝐬 by Kelsey Kingsley is LIVE! Download your copy today. Available with Kindle Unlimited!


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Two little, pink lines should have been a good thing, but for Kendall Wright, it felt like the end of the world. Especially when her career as a successful romance novelist had only just begun to take off.

But with the acceptance of her flaky boyfriend, and the help of a friendly bartender, she begins to see how those two little, pink lines could actually be a blessing.

Except pregnancy isn’t always what it’s cut out to be, and sometimes, things can take a turn for the worst when you least expect it. And after an emergency C-section, the premature birth of her son, and the loss of that flaky boyfriend, Kendall begins the hard, rewarding, and oftentimes traumatic life of NICU parenthood alone.

But soon, she realizes that, where there is darkness, there is usually light.

And there are always friendlyβ€”and very attractiveβ€”bartenders.

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Kenny finds herself at a crossroads not really happy with the relationship with her boyfriend but not ready to leave either. Things are about to become a lot more complicated when an unplanned pregnancy changes everything. She continues to try and work things out with her boyfriend but the friendship she started with a bartender who was there for her the night she heard the news is more supportive than he is.

Goose was attracted to Kenny from their first conversation but she is facing a difficult time in her life and her relationship and he is in a relationship as well. A friendship develops as he is there for her every step of her journey, especially during the hard times, and he proves that they are meant to be so much more than friends.

This story takes us on an emotional journey as Kenny’s pregnancy and birth did not go as planned. The strength and resilience that Kenny shows as she struggles through an excruciating experience and emerges with a better understanding of how fragile life is and how each and every moment should be treasured.

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