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Life Without You

S.P. West

Publisher: Paper Gold Publishing

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Summary

Their fairytale romance went very wrong. Can it ever be made right again?  
Once upon a time in a land not so far away, a man and a woman fell in love. They were very happy. Until one day they weren't – their happily ever after disappeared. 
  
This is their story. 
  
Summer 
  
Have you ever been in love? 
The kind of love that leaves you breathless and makes you feel like you can fly? 
I have…. It was the biggest mistake of my life. I let him become my everything; my sun, moon and stars but that wasn't enough for him. 
  
What he did nearly destroyed me. 
  
My husband's betrayal taught me the hard way that once trust is gone, it can never be regained. He won't ever be part of my life again. 
  
Alex 
  
If I could sum myself up in one word, just one, then personally I'd pick fool. Misguided, dumb fool. 
  
I made a mistake. 
  
A mistake so big that the future I had planned out with the love of my life vanished in the blink of an eye. I didn't see it at the time. That would have been too easy, by the time I realized what I lost it was too late. It was my own fault; I can't blame anyone else. Because of it I lost the one woman that meant everything to me. 
But I'm telling you now if fate ever gives me a second chance with her……I swear I'll never let Summer slip away from me again. 
(Note: previously released. 28/10/2016. Re-edited.)
Available since: 11/15/2017.

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