Does having everything you desire make your life perfect? Does having a perfect life mean you’re happy?
I had a perfect life once upon a time. It was the life I deemed myself deserving of. I had a wife, a child, a successful business. I was happy, but I was also blind.
I didn’t see my faults until it was too late. One moment changed it all. It changed me and cost me everything. Everything I thought I needed to find happiness disappeared, and nothing else mattered.
All that I need is to get a few of the pieces back. Pieces of my perfect forever are the only thing that can make me whole again.
I received this book from the authors for an honest review.
This is the story of two broken people who are trying to find their way through life. Jackson is lost without his wife and daughter. When life takes them from him, he has had several years of misery until Tessa walks in his bar.
Tessa has a life of questions. She is looking for answers to her life when she lands a job at the bar Jackson owns. She is drawn to him like a moth to a flame but knows he doesn’t see her this way. She has her trusty friend Jules there to help push her out of her box and into Jackson’s bed. Tessa’s fun loving spirit was fun to read, and I loved how she made Jackson get all super alpha. He made my heart squishy.
When Jackson gets drunk and peruses Tessa, they are both in for a up and down roller coaster of a love story. One that neither expected. Tessa has to confront her past while Jackson is licking his wounds about his wife and daughter. The two must confront the demons that haunt them all while trying to stay true to the person they have fallen head over heels in love with.
Heather D’Agostino is an avid reader turned Bestselling Author of the Contemporary Romance Series The Broken Series, The Shattered Series, The Second Chances Series, The Cook Brothers Series, and Romantic Suspense series The Witness Series.
She attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where she received a Bachelor’s of Arts in Elementary Education with a minor in Mathematics.
She currently lives in Central New York with her husband, two children, two dogs, and three cats. When she’s not writing she can usually be found at the dance studio, soccer field, or one of the many other places that she plays ‘Supermom’.