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Publisher Description

From award winning author Billie Dale comes a second chance love story muddling the line between love and hate. As young love goes Joey and Preslee were perfect but nothing lasts forever and the world is ready for the taking. Dale's sassy wit shines in comedic fashion with Say You'll Be There, book two in Love in Seven Mile Forge.

At sixteen, Joey Holmes handed me his heart.

At eighteen, I threw it at the Now Leaving Seven Mile Forge sign on my way out of town.

A silly teenage game of seven minutes in heaven spiraled us from friends to more.

We shared our firsts. Loved with the innocence of immaturity.

I wanted out. A fresh start far away from our tiny hometown. Joey didn't care where we were so long as we were together. I couldn't spread my wings without clipping his. My heart told me I was doing what was best when I left him broken in my rearview mirror.

With a threat breathing down my neck, I'm forced to return home but Joey isn't the skinny boy I knew. Nope, now he's the hottest Chief of Police in three states and he hates the very air I breathe.

Can the hot cop keep me safe from the danger lurking in the shadows or will the bleached bones of the skeletons in my closet be our tragic end?

*Each book in the series Love in Seven Mile Forge is a stand-alone*

*Trigger Warning. Stalking.*

October 1
Billie Dale
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

DSS302 ,

A Stunning Story!!!!!!

Holy Smokes! This is one magnificent story. This story has so many twists and turns throughout it. There are some real life issues throughout the story that pulls you in and keeps you so very engaged with it. I loved Preslee and Joey. They have such chemistry and great personalities. Their banter back and forth have you laughing at times and feeling their pain at other times. This is a stunning story that you just can’t put down. The characters from the first story add an amazing touch to it. This is definitely a must read and definitely a must read.

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