Laurel Ulen Curtis, author of Impossible (contemporary romance)
Sounds like another good one for those road trips or saturday evening bubble baths.
Three things that make me smile:
Coke. The drink, not the drug. Coke is my life’s blood. Coca-Cola addiction, a hereditary disorder passed down by my mother, is an affliction that I not only deal with, but enjoy immensely. The first sip of the day brings a burning in my throat and a smile to my face that is, other than this, probably only seen post-orgasm.
My husband. Not only is he the giver of the post-orgasm smile previously mentioned, he also tells me he loves me every day.
My son. He’s the light of my life, yackity-schmackity. But the lesser-mentioned joy of kids is how much better it makes time to yourself feel. I have never enjoyed a pedicure, haircut, or just a good, long shower more than I do now.
Here’s the blurb about Impossible:
One Accident. Two losses. Three years.
Veronica Russo chases storms, but runs from her past by staying firmly in the present. Unwilling to consider the possibility of a future, she’s checked out of life by using solitude and standoffishness as her armor and a sharp tongue and quick wit as her weapons.
Coleman Cade is a walking contradiction- just like his mismatched eyes. A rough and manly bull rider with a playful side. A ladies man with thousands of willing victims, but what he really wants is one woman. The right woman.
Will Roni be able to let go, move on, and find a way to fulfill her dream of having everything? Or will unsubstantiated choices and unresolved demons stand in the way of their happily ever after?
In order to overcome past tragedies and find true happiness- in order to have Everything- Roni needs to do one thing. Find the impossible.
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