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The Road To Forgiveness (Price #2)

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  • Sales Rank:63,090
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Edition:1
  • Pages:368
  • Publication Date:December 17, 2013
  • ASIN:B00DT5FHGA


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Revised 9/15/2013
Edited by: Eileen Proksch

*WARNING: This is the second book in The Price series. It is not a stand-alone novel. Please do not read until you've read The Road To Price (Price #1). The Road To Price (Price #1) is temporarily unavailable. It will be re-released soon.


I loved him so much. He made me happy. He made me feel safe. He made me feel loved. No one has made me feel loved the way he has. ~Mia

Mia returns to Georgia, where she thinks she needs to be. She is slowly realizing this might not be the welcome home she hoped for. Life is different. Nothing is as she left it, and Mia feels like she’s the one to blame.

Mia’s mother cries every day. She is no longer dating Charlie, and Charlie quit his job at the factory and moved to Chicago. He couldn’t handle his grief. While Mia is trying to adjust to the changes, she finds out Kyle might be released from prison, due to a technicality.

Mia came to Georgia for familiarity. She ran away from her problems, just like she always had in the past. As much as she craved the escape, she can’t stop thinking about Sebastian. She needs him. He is the only one who can comfort her.

I would let her have tonight, but tomorrow I was going to find her.
I was going to find her and bring her home.
We were meant to be together and I was going to make her remember that.
I just needed to stop crying first. ~Sebastian

Sebastian has followed Mia to Georgia, and hopes to get her back. He goes to Mia’s mother, but she isn’t very helpful in locating her. He’s been in Riceboro, Georgia for three weeks, and still no sign of her.

What will happen when he finally lays eyes on her? Will Sebastian find out why she ran in the first place? Will Mia come back with Sebastian to Miami, or is this goodbye for good?

Join Mia and Sebastian in the final part of their story of forgiveness, redemption, and love.

*Recommended for 17+ due to subject matter and sexual content.

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