A devastating affair.
An unexpected pregnancy.
A new love waiting to be explored.
An old flame longing to be rekindled.
Could there possibly be Love after Betrayal?
How do you flush twelve years of marriage down the drain? Can you flush twelve years of marriage down the drain?
When Gunner, Bria’s husband of a dozen years, tells her that he’s fathered a child outside of their marriage, her whole life plan is turned upside down.
While she freely admits that she’s been married to her career, she thought they were on the same page: she’d make partner at her corporate law firm, his construction firm would thrive, and then they’d start a family. They’d be financially secure – creating a life without the money worries they both grew up with. That’s why Bria couldn’t process what Gunner was telling her.
“I’m sorry, but I had to tell you. I’m sorry, Bria. You have to believe me,” Gunner pleaded. “I want to work through this. I’m hoping that in time you can forgive me. I love you. You’re the only woman I’ve ever loved. You know this.”
He looked sincere.
He sounded sincere.
She knew this man.
She loved this man.
“Work through this?” Bria laughed humorlessly, drowning out the voices in her head and the love in her heart. “Let me get this straight. You‘re telling me that you’ve been cheating on me; that you have a one-month old baby with whoever the slut is, and you want me,” she said, putting her index finger to her chest, “to somehow find it in me to work things out with you? Have you lost your ever-loving mind?!” she exploded.
It couldn’t be true. It just couldn’t. But it was. And she had to accept it.
But when Bria suddenly finds herself pregnant, will she and her ex-husband find their way back to each other?
Or, will she find lasting love with a new flame?
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I’m a freelance writer, author and web entrepreneur.
I’ve been a freelance writer since 1993 and a self-published writer/author since 2002. To date, I’ve published over 50 non-fiction ebooks, and almost 50 fiction (mostly romance; some under a pen name).
TRAVELING FREELANCE WRITER
I’m American, but made the move to Negril, Jamaica in 2014. I lived there full-time for over five years before transitioning back to the states. Now, I split my time between Atlanta, GA in the USA, and this Caribbean beach town — coming two to three times a year for a couple of months at a time usually.
THE THING I LOVE THE MOST ABOUT MY CAREER
It allows me to live and work practically anywhere in the world. As long as I have an internet connection, I’m good to go. I’ve worked everywhere from a hotel room in Barcelona, Spain; to a cafe in Stockholm, Sweden; to a farm house in Cordoba, Argentina. As far as work, I feel like the luckiest girl alive most days.
THE THING I LOVE THE MOST ABOUT BEING A SELF-PUBLISHED AUTHOR
In a phrase, “income stability.” As long as I can write, I can make a living. How much I earn is entirely up to me. Thanks to online markets for independent publishers like Google, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc., you no longer have to be famous to make a living as a writer (and a pretty good one at that!).
RUNNING, RUNNING, RUNNING!
I’m also a marathon runner. I’ve completed ten marathons to date.
Just do it! As a runner, of course Nike’s philosophy fits who I am. 🙂
LEARN MORE ABOUT ME
You can learn more about me on the “About” page at Inkwell Editorial Publishing, my publishing company’s website.