You find your true love, face many obstacles, and come out as a couple! You are ready to move forward as a team and enjoy your happily ever after. However, life has a way of getting messy. Learning to live with another person, their personality quirks and fears. Finding a way of blending two households and two personalities...not to mention two families...It doesn't always go smoothly.
For Finn and Lara, they have faced so much and come so far. But just when things look like a happily ever after is coming, bumps get in the way.
Almost. It had almost been perfect. Like heaven on earth.
Until it wasn’t. Until it was all taken away. Just…like…that.
A bumpy life path had finally led Lara Faulkner to happiness. And Finn Murphy, one of country music’s rising stars, was a big part of that. But his secret and a devastating loss had put up a sudden detour sign.
Lara and Finn now struggle with trying to reconnect back to the way they used to be. With his career threatening to create a bigger distance between them, they must find the strength to tear down the emotional restraints before it’s too late.
But when happiness is once again finally within reach, will it all be shattered just like one of the tragic, sad love songs the country artist himself sings?
Fall in love with Book Two of the Country Roads series – ALMOST HEAVEN.
“I know you work hard to make all of this happen—your career and being here. I know you have made a lot of sacrifices. I do. I get it. And last night, it shouldn’t have been a big deal, but, I…you know—”
He had started getting off the bed mid-way through my dialogue and was now in front of me. “You know what I’m dealing with right now. The media surrounding the Entertainer of the Year nominees is insane, even if it is a long shot. An engagement party? It’s not a priority.”
“I guess I’m not either.” Maybe I shouldn’t have said it, but I, unfortunately, meant it.
“Don’t.” His eyes pierced mine momentarily letting me know I had crossed the line. “You know that’s not true. And you told me you were fine last night. You said—”
“Well, I guess I wasn’t.” Damn it! I was near tears, and I didn’t want to be. “I’ve gotta go.”
“What? Where?” The man who had hundreds of lyrics memorized in his head and never forgot an important moment in our lives was truly perplexed.
And it pissed me off.
About the Author:
There really wasn’t any other path. Grea Warner knew from a young age that she wanted to write. She was born to write. First it was in diaries with little metal keys and in written tales that she slipped to friends in study hall. School newspapers, a college television drama, and internships in the soap opera world were next. After producing and writing a local show, she decided to delve into the world of the novelist. When her fingers aren’t tapping out her latest book filled with angst and romance, Grea can be found hiking the trails or jamming to her favorite country artists on the radio.
Musings from Michigan