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Publisher Description

I had my whole life mapped out. Perfect guy. Perfect friends. Everything was exactly the way I wanted it.

That was until that night--the one I can’t remember. It’s all my fault, and now the memories are all I have left of him. Of us.

My guilt drowns me until Sam Shea steps back into my life and helps me to the surface. He slowly opens my heart and crawls deep inside before I even realize what’s happening. I know I don’t deserve him.

While I’m trying to get used to my new life, pieces of that night slowly start to come back to me. Lies and secrets shatter everything I thought I knew.

Maybe I’m not the only one living with regret.

October 12
Lisa De Jong
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Annmric8 ,

This story offers some really good advice for dealing with regret and moving forward.

The story is about the choices we make in life and how they affect our lives and the lives of people close to us. Some choices we regret and some we don't. What we don't know is the outcome of that choice until it's too late. Basically we make the choice and hope for the best, but when it's under a painful outcome we reflect back and criticize the choices we made that led to the bad outcome.
This story will teach you about forgiveness and how to move on in life. Also how to function in life and heal the soul. Time heals all pain. People grieve in different ways.
The stories about Cory and Rachel. It's also a story about a blossoming friendship between Sam and Rachel that was put on hold for five years while Rachel explored her relationship with Cory.
Time to reflect on life. Time to figure out the truth. Time to decide what you want to do with your life. Time to change.
The stories about living with regret. Regret for causing someone to die. Regret for a lost friendship. Regret for not being closer to your parents. Regret for not standing up to your parents. Regret for conforming. So much regret. How do we determine what regret we can live with?
There is some good advice in this story that helps Rachel progress forward in life. It's a sweet and tender love story.

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