Title: Dear Stephanie
Publisher: Castle Press
Genre: Women's Fiction/Contemporary Romance
Paige Preston wants to end her life. After an unsuccessful attempt, she lands herself in mandatory therapy with a sexy psychiatrist. When he and an even more alluring friend begin to help her break down the walls she’s spent a lifetime building, Paige begins to see something bigger than herself. Is it enough to pull her out of her dark world and help her finally feel like a human? Or will letting someone in be the final step toward her demise?
Dear Stephanie is a sinfully addictive walk through a world of beauty, affluence, and incidental love that effortlessly moves the reader between laughter, tears, heartache, and hope with the turn of every “Paige.”
“I told you camping wasn’t so bad,” he said. He rolled to his side, put his hand on my hip and guided me to my side
facing him. “I need you, Paige,” he whispered as he started undressing me. His whiskered face brushed up against my
cheek until his mouth found mine. His lips tasted like sweet red wine, and I took his mouth, hungry for more. He was
gentle and precise, his fingers tracing my jaw.
He shifted me to my back. When I felt his weight on my chest, I welcomed him, wrapping my arms around his back
pulling him into me wanting him closer than our bodies would allow. We moved together, two animals in the night,
each a source of refuge for the other. In that tent, he was mine and I was his. Nothing else in the universe could challenge
that. I forgot about the hard ground, the bugs, the threat of wild animals searching for food. Nothing existed but us, and for the first time in a really long time, I felt like I was home. Home, in the wilderness of all places.
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