Forget everything you know about happily-ever-afters…
Sawyer, tattooed and rebellious, intended to stay numb until graduation.
Lachlan, gorgeous and charming, was the master of his charmed life.
He had never been more captivated or terrified.
She never saw him coming.
Six weeks was all it took to fall in love.
Then he was gone…
Six years later their lives collide again.
Can forgiveness and faith restore what was broken in those years of absence? Or will the dark secrets buried inside one another destroy their second chance at love?
What happens when the one who ruined you is woven into your soul? How can dreams appear to come true only to twist into nightmares?
Though they ache for the happy ending to their fairytale, fate may have something else planned.
Jessica Gouin hates talking about Jessica Gouin. Especially in the third person.
I’m a fairly normal person from Windsor, Ontario. I was born here, grew up here, met my hubs here, and had my children here. I really couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.
More than anything, I love watching my children grow every day. They amuse the hell out of me. I swear they were sent to earth to provide my life with comedic relief. My babies (I say babies, but they’re 5 and 8, still and forever will be babies, am I right?), and my husband, are the reasons why I get up every morning and continue to fight the good fight.
When I’m not enjoying my mommy-life, I’m writing. Writing is my stress reliever. I go a little mad when I’m not creating an escape path for the characters in my head. I love, love, love to read. I’m a reader first, always have been. I try to branch and read all types of genres, but I always seem to come back to those epic love stories. I’m a sucker for a great kiss. When I need breaks from the literary world, I have a few shows that I watch with the hubs; The Walking Dead, The Vampire Diaries, Chicago Fire, and Grey’s Anatomy are my favs. I love rain storms, a good laugh, strong coffee, sleep, and anything with chocolate. I hate mean people, the outdoors, heights.
I genuinely become ecstatic when I receive a like on my Facebook page, or when someone reaches out to say they like my books. So, thank you for stalking me because I love it!