Release Date: November 16
Especially when your own brother and fellow band-mate stole the woman you were in love with.
Sitting in a Michigan recording studio with him, singing lyrics he wrote about her, is a special kind of torture.
The only thing more frustrating might be the producer’s assistant who radiates sunshine and has more motivational quotes than a greeting card company.
Heavy guitars, a voice with the burn of pure single malt, and lyrics that distil the meaning of love are the greatest things.
If only the man singing didn’t have a temperament as foul as the Michigan winter. Jase sitting in her car while yelling at her to get him out of there is a surprise. Why she hits the accelerator and takes him to her father’s cabin on the lake is an even greater mystery.
How was she supposed to know they’d end up snowed in for days? Or that when they got out again, their relationship, and her views on love, would be changed irrevocably?
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Everything that Jase has been through have left him angry and the only way that he has found to deal with his pain is through self-destructive actions. He keeps an emotional distance between him and everyone in his life and the only thing that stops him from spiraling downward into a hole that he might not be able to recover from is his music.
Despite the fact that she is estranged from her father Cerys always sees the best in every situation and in every person. She met Jase and the band through her love of music so when Jase’s need to escape coincides with her trip out of town it must be fate. She is determined to learn more about the man and not the image he portrays, and the outcome will change both their lives.
Jase and Cerys take us on an emotional journey about healing and love as although you can’t change the past but with the right support you can overcome it. The romance between them is heartfelt and the banter between them witty as they find the perfect balance in each other.
Meet Scarlett Cole
The tattoo across my right hip says it all really. A Life Less Ordinary. Inked by the amazingly talented Luke Wessman
at the Wooster Street Social Club
(a.k.a. New York Ink). Why is it important? Well, it sums up my view on life. That we should all aspire to live a life that is less boring, less predictable. Be bold, and do something amazing. I’ve made some crazy choices. I’ve been a car maker, a consultant, and even a senior executive at a large retailer running strategy.
Born in England, spent time in the U.S. and Japan, before ending up in Canada where I met my own, personal hero – all six and a half feet of him. Both of us are scorpios! Yeah, I know! Should have checked the astrological signs earlier, but somehow it works for us. We have two amazing kids, who I either could never part with or could easily be convinced to sell on e-bay.
I’ve wanted to be a writer for a really long time. Check through my office cupboards or my computer and you’ll find half written stories and character descriptions everywhere. Now I’m getting the chance to follow that dream.
I am represented by Beth Phelan at The Bent Agency, NY.
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