The Calendar Girl Duet
Rain Storm is every man’s wildest dream. A fantasy. When people look at her, they see what she wants them to see. They see the illusion.
The reality is much different. What lies below the buffed and glossed exterior is the bartender who teeters in four-inch heels, tapping kegs, pouring shots, and flirting for bigger tips; the scared fifteen-year-old who lost the most important man in her life; the girl whose mother checked out when she needed her most; the teenager who partied hard, ended up pregnant, and dropped out of school; the single mother who works multiple jobs to support herself and her daughter.
Even her boyfriend sees her as an accessory—something pretty to keep on a shelf until he wants to take her down and show her off.
But then Chase Holgate walks into Blondie’s, and from the first time he looks into Rain’s eyes, she knows he can see her. Not just the beautiful exterior but her pain, her vulnerability, and her strength.
With just one look, Chase knows Rain is the one who could take his shredded heart and sew it back together.
Now, all he has to do is convince her.
Is it possible to find your happily ever after if the past keeps coming back to haunt you?
It took three years, but Rain and Chase finally exchanged vows on a sandy beach as the sun rose over the Atlantic Ocean.
Happiness was theirs. But when jealousy and indiscretion threaten to unravel their tightly knit union, Rain finds herself fighting an elusive adversary—and losing.
At first blinded by love, Chase begins to encounter triggers that set him up for a fall. Opening his eyes to the truth is painful, but if he’s to survive, it’s his only option. Even if it hurts like hell.
Past experiences and present interference have a tendency to distort things, so what we think we see, might not really be true at all.
Sometimes you just need to close your eyes in order to hear what your heart has been telling you all along.
And then let it lead you home.