The Day to Remember
The Day to Remember is the second book in the two-book series, Emma's Story. The first book in the series, A Night to Forget is currently available. What happens when the dream is over and reality sets in? When Emma Anderson meets and falls in love with the man from her dreams--the deep-dimpled and incredibly gorgeous Brandon Fisher--she wasn't expecting her heart to be broken by him and his complicated life. But despite Brandon's baggage, the inextricable pull Emma and Brandon feel for one another seems strong enough to keep them together. Just when Emma thinks she can have a happily-ever-after with Brandon, a dark secret from her past threatens Emma's chances at true happiness with Brandon--a secret so dark and hidden that even her best friends don't know about it. Will Emma and Brandon's love be strong enough to withstand the external factors that seem to pull them apart, or will Emma's dream man be nothing but just that--a dream? New Adult Contemporary Romance **Mature Content** Recommended for 17+ due to mature language and adult situations.
- Paperback | 232 pages
- 152 x 229 x 13mm | 345g
- 05 Sep 2013
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About Jessica Wood
Jessica Wood writes new adult contemporary romance. While Jessica has lived in countless cities throughout the U.S., her heart belongs to San Francisco. To her, there's something seductively romantic about the Golden Gate Bridge, the steep rolling hills of the city streets, the cable cars, and the Victorian-style architecture. She loves a strong, masculine man with a witty personality. While she is headstrong and extremely independent, she can't resist a man who takes control of the relationship, both outside and inside of the bedroom. She loves to travel internationally, and tries to plan a yearly trip abroad. She also loves to cook and bake, and--to the benefit of her friends--she loves to share. She also enjoys ceramics and being creative with her hands. She has a weakness for good (maybe bad) TV shows; she's up-to-date on over 25 current shows, and no, that wasn't a joke. And it goes without saying, she loves books--they're like old and dear friends who have always been there to make her laugh and make her cry. The one thing she wishes she had more of, is time. If you wish to contact Jessica Wood, please email her at email@example.com