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Forever: A Seaside Novella

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  • Sales Rank:29,276
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:102
  • Publication Date:November 4, 2013
  • ASIN:B00GGUZP3A


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Synopsis
Men fall hard. Rock stars? Fall the hardest.

This is the conclusion to Alec and Nat's story.


I breathed in and out for a few seconds as I waited at the end of the aisle. It felt like I was standing overlooking the edge of a cliff, and the minute I saw my future wife, I was going to freefall.


The music started.


Shit, I was seriously going to pass out.


People stood, Demetri nodded his head and patted me on the back.


And then I saw her.


It was like seeing her for the first time all over again. Memories of meeting her that first day of school had me grinning from ear to ear. The local girl, who didn’t even know who I was the first time she saw me, fell for me. And in return, gave me her heart for safekeeping. I ached to touch her as she walked slowly down the aisle. Her brown eyes met mine. And I lost it. Every single fear that I was holding on to snapped.


Forget drugs.


Forget needing to calm down.


I couldn’t stop my heart from beating out of my chest, and I didn’t want to. I just wanted to touch her, to tell her how pretty she was in her white dress. I wanted to promise her forever, I wanted to be her eternity.


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