How far would you go?
When Sarah moved away from her hometown to go to college she thought she was doing it to be with her boyfriend Huck. But when she discovers he’s a cheater out to get whatever he wants, she finds herself alone in a new city. Armed with only a few people she can trust, Sarah sets out to carve her place in the world.
Jeremy’s life came to a stand still two years ago, but now he’s trying to make something of himself. He heads off to college to put his past behind him and start something new. When he meets Sarah he knows he’s in for a roller coaster ride. He hasn’t felt this way about someone in a long time–he never felt like he’d feel this way, again.
As Sarah and Jeremy get to know each other, she realizes there’s something special about him. Something she has never felt before. But there’s something he’s holding back from her, something he’s keeping hidden. Can Sarah find a way to trust someone again, or will Jeremy’s past reveal itself? And will she be able to handle it if it does?
Finding You is book 3 of The By You Series but can be read as a standalone novel.
Sarah’s stomach exploded into a jittery mess when she saw Jeremy standing there, giving her that sexy smile. Before she could say anything, he took a step closer and threw his arms around her, pulling her into a tight hug. All at once she felt the hardness of his chest against her cheek, and the sweet smell of his cologne–it smelled expensive, whatever it was.
As their bodies pressed into one another, Sarah’s breath slipped away from her. One moment she had been watching Billie, and the next she had found herself in the arms of the guy she’d been thinking about all day. Heat rushed to her face, and she was thankful he couldn’t see her.
Get a hold of yourself, you barely even know this guy.
When they pulled away, he still had that beaming smile on his face. And those crystal blue eyes took all of her in–they might have been the most gorgeous eyes she’d ever seen. He was wearing a fitted, black button-up shirt with his hair spiked like it normally was. His jeans were tight, and they were rolled up at the bottom with black shoes to round off the image. The top two buttons of the shirt were undone.
Like for many, life for Kelly didn’t really begin until her 30th birthday. That was when she decided she was done with the corporate ladder and was going to start publishing some of her stories to see if people liked them. Fast forward a couple of years, and she’s still amazed that she’s able to spend her time doing something she’s loved doing since she was a little kid.
Most of her free time is spent working in front of the computer at various coffee shops around Houston. But when she’s not working on her next book, she’s probably sitting in front of the TV with her eyes glued to whatever Netflix show she happens to be obsessed with at the time. Do we really have to wait this long for the next season of Orange Is The New Black?!
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