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Meant to Be - Danielle Grant Series #3 - cover

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Meant to Be - Danielle Grant Series #3

Sarah Gerdes

Publisher: RPM Publishing

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Summary

Danielle Grant left America to find success abroad and never dreamed she'd find love and have a child along the way. But tragedy left her single, alone, and wounded in ways she didn't even fully understand. Struggling to find happiness, she finally discovered it in the arms of Lars, and for a while all seemed well. 
When Lars tells her he cannot be with her any longer, Danielle is at a crossroads. Her fear over him dying in his high-risk sports like Andre before him is consuming the love they have for one another. She must confront the past, work through her grief and help herself in a way he cannot. Devastated, Danielle accepts his decision, and is determined to forge a new and independent life, without relying upon a man for anything.  
And so begins her journey of self-reflection, where she pushes against her own fears and vulnerabilities, immerses herself in her career and makes unexpected connections with several men she meets. But Danielle comes to believe that time is precious and true love is forever, eventually realizing she needs Lars, and what they have together is meant to be.
Available since: 06/08/2019.

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