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Publisher Description

A steamy, gripping standalone romance from USA Today bestselling author Chelle Bliss.


Before senior year, I was forced to move away, leaving behind the only man I ever loved. He promised he’d love me forever. He vowed nothing would tear us apart. He swore he’d wait for me, but Jack lied.


Six years later, when our paths cross again, his broad shoulders, rock-hard chest, and rippling muscles almost make me forget his betrayal. His rugged voice, tempting lips, and sinful smile make it harder for me to deny the feelings I still have for him.  


Now, Jack wants to make me his again, but our past may be too much for us to overcome.


They say time heals all wounds, but the years haven’t diminished my heartache. The only thing that dulls the pain is Jack’s lips caressing my skin as he whispers, “It’s always been you.”


January 22
Bliss Ink LLC
Bliss Ink LLC

Customer Reviews

ledoss ,

Sweet read

This story starts with six years of misunderstandings, a regular theme in many romance books. A sweet read, with a “friend” that is not a friend, past and present tribulations, but ends with the expected HEA. The forward is sad and made my heart hurt. Sweet and steamy, a good read.

Sisterfam ,

Can I get a refund?

Terrible story! After reading the reviews, I decided to purchase this book. The characters were underdeveloped and it was like reading my little sister's diary😁 I could only tolerate half of the book before giving up. It lacked any real substance or plot and I've come to the conclusion that the reviews were written by friends of the author. Don't waste your time in this one, even if you find it free!! P. S. Sorry about your father

Millionreads ,

A sweet story

The first half moved along quickly. The second half was a bit slower. There was some predictability to the story, but it was still enjoyable. The end felt a bit rushed, but it did wrap up nicely. I liked Evie and Jack. I absolutely adored Evan. This was a very satisfying read that was low on the drama scale.

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