Tabby’s journey to find true happiness, is about to take a turn. Are you ready for the ride?
Tabitha Brickly has a husband, two children, and every reason to be happy. On the surface, she can put on a smile, but deep down, she’s struggling. In need of something or someone to help her find true happiness, her heart feels empty and tired. Tabby’s husband, Drew, is quickly becoming the last person she can talk to. As a busy nurse, also trying to take care of the home, there’s only so much a worn-out heart can take.
For Tabby, she’s desperate for something new. Then, in walks Jenni.
Jennifer Jennison is a major donor and influencer at the Corrine Ann Pettrone Medical Center (CAPMED). A single and older woman, with her share of heartbreak in life, she doesn’t have time to ignore what her heart truly wants. When she bumps into Tabby, she starts to think maybe her heart is ready to be healed.
There are just two problems — two big problems! One, she has the obstacle of Tabby’s husband to deal with. And two, there’s a major shift coming to the hospital, and that leaves Jenni holding on to her own secrets.
Instant chemistry pushes them together, but secrets threaten to pull them apart. Will Tabby be able to overcome her real fears of breaking up her family, to take a chance with Jenni for her happiness?
This is a tale of two women trying to overcome heartache and their fears of finding new love. Are they able to take the leap to find what’s really in their heart?
Two women, one love. Sometimes, the right person is right where you are!
Morgan Cassen writes Lesbian Romance. Her mission is to make the world safer for sapphic stories to be told. Yes, she knows that there are millions of romance writers and billions of romance novels. So, why would she even think of adding to the pile? Well, Morgan has seen enough to know that the truly interesting stories are not what happen between human beings. That gig can seem pretty tame. At least compared to its older, tempestuous sister. Let’s bring out Ms. Inner Conflict, the queen of all drama in the human world — the ruler of the emotional map. Yes, the conflict between everything you’ve worked for and everything you want. You never imagined that all your hard work would put you so far away from everything you wanted. Also, how about the conflict between the past and the future? Being true to the past would require you to keep the future so far away in the future. But, how long can you postpone the future? What if your whole framing of the past can’t stand the scrutiny of thoughtful analysis today even as you resolutely keep the future away? Huh, what do you do with that kind of conflict? The conflict between human beings can look so tame compared to the real thing: conflict between you and you. You are the hero and villain at the same time, but the problem is that the villain thinks she is the hero, while the hero wonders if the villain may have a point. Which you will you choose? No, nobody else will make that choice for you. You get to make that choice, and your comforting, trusty friend–procrastination–can’t seem to do the trick this time. This time is different. You had the core of your soul stirred after she entered your life. Now, you can’t live life like you used to, and you can’t live life like you want to, at least not yet. See, inner conflict is where it’s at. Inner conflict is what Morgan writes about in her books. Please join her as she writes the stories of breakup and love that tug at heartstrings. Stalk the author using the link below:
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