My Forever Love
I may be back in my hometown and down on my luck, but I know better than to fall for Lyric again. Been there. Done that. Have the heartbreak to show for it.
When my business and apartment burn down, there’s only one thing I can do – return to my hometown of Winter Falls with my tail tucked between my legs.
I won’t be here long, though. As soon as the insurance company decides I didn’t start the fire – one little accidental fire to get out of a math test does not make me an arsonist! – and cuts me a check for the damage, I’m out of here.
The people of Winter Falls feel differently. They’re determined I rekindle my romance with my first love, Lyric Alston, and stay forever. Not happening. The man destroyed my heart once, I’m not giving him another chance.
But when I call Lyric out for what he did, he has no clue what I’m talking about. Did I get it wrong? Did I not see what I thought I saw?
Once Lyric realizes I didn’t abandon him, he goes all out to convince me to stay in Winter Falls and give him a second chance. Did he forget I’m not here to stay?
Can My First Love turn into My Forever Love?
This small town second chance romantic comedy features a sassy woman who’s not afraid to speak her mind, a sexy Chief of Police determined to do what’s necessary to win her back, the cutest rescue dog in history, and a whole town full of hippies who think being a busybody is a good thing.
My Forever Love is a standalone novel in the Winter Falls series.
“I seriously love this new series… what a fantastic spin on the small town second chance romance theme! I enjoyed the quirky community and how they were all up in the business of getting the two characters back together….mix in a hot chief of police and a feisty leading lady and you have a very entertaining read! I highly recommend!” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“Fun! so much wit & personality in a unique Colorado town. This is so much more than a second chance romance. There’s a lot of zany humor packed in. this story roped me in through its characters’ humor, wit and warmth. A great way to start a new series.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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“This is one interesting and unique little hippy town that I thoroughly enjoyed! This was a hilarious, sweet and sexy introduction into a new series and group of people! Well written and engaging. D.E. knows exactly how to draw you in and make you feel like you’re a part of the community too” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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“This is a well written story which has family, friendships, witty banter, humor, fun, and is a light-hearted, heartwarming, small town 2nd chance romance. I highly recommend this story for all.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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“Aspen West, I’m going to have to write you a citation.”
“What did I do wrong this time?”
I notice her face is flushed and there’s sweat on her brow. “Why are you wearing another long-sleeved shirt?”
She glares at me. “You know why.”
“Everyone in town knows about the burns. There’s no reason to hide them or be ashamed.”
She rears back. “You think I’m ashamed? I ran into a burning building to try and save the business I spent the past decade building. I’m not ashamed of my actions.”
My jaw clenches. “You ran into a burning building?” What was she thinking? I could have lost her.
“I was thinking my entire life was going up in flames.”
“Are you out of your mind? You’re not flame resistant.”
“Yeah.” She nods to her arms. “I kind of figured that out.”
“Not again, Aspen. Promise me you won’t go running willy-nilly into a fire again.”
“Why would I promise you anything of the sort? You’re nothing to me. You’re just a big, fat cheater who acts as if he’s the one who was done wrong.”
“What? I’m not a cheater. What are you talking about?” I’m not talking smack. I seriously have no idea what she’s talking about.
She rolls her eyes. “Whatever. Continue to pretend I don’t know about it. It’s fine. I’m used to it.”