Can I possibly stay her hero when she finds out that I used to be the villain?
Title: Pining
Author: Stephanie Rose

Release Date: November 20, 2020


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Great story about a guy, Anthony, who made a bad decision when he was young, doing his time and trying to escape the guilt he feels for putting his mother through all that he did. When thanks to his parole officer, he lands a great job, only problem is, the bosses daughter Victoria, happens to be the most beautiful girl he’s ever seen. He can’t risk this job opportunity, but he also can’t deny the chemistry between him and Victoria.
I enjoyed this second chance at life story, I’m sure you will too! 5 stars for this one!
A slow-burn, friends-to-lovers standalone holiday romanceThe bad guy never gets the girl.

In the eyes of the law, I’ve paid for my youthful mistakes but I know I can never undo the damage I’ve caused. When I stepped out of my cell, I vowed to live a good life, make the right choices, and avoid temptation at all costs.

Until her.

She’s not a choice, she’s a compulsion. A craving. A beautiful, brave heroine who walked straight off the pages of the comic books I create and into my life with the superpower of making me believe I could be the man she deserves.

But I’m not.

She wants to tell the world about us this Christmas, including her father—my boss. But before she does, I need to tell her the truth.

Can I possibly stay her hero when she finds out that I used to be the villain?

*Originally a short in the Mistletoe Over Manhattan Anthology and now expanded to more than double the story.

 

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Stephanie Rose is a bad@ss New Yorker, a wife, a mother, and lover of all things chocolate. Most days you’ll find her trying to avoid standing on discarded LEGO or deciding which book to read next.Her debut novel, Always You, released in 2015 and since then she’s written several more—some of which will never see completion—and has ideas for hundreds to come.

 

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