Series: Stonewood Brothers #1
Author: Shain Rose
Genre: Second Chance Standalone Romance
Cover Design: Anna Trokan
Release Date: March 19, 2020
The day I lost my parents was the day he saved me.
Jax Stonewood—my best friend's older brother.
He was never meant to be my savior. My first real love.
And certainly not my greatest heartbreak.
I spent years getting over him and now he's back—the nation’s most-streamed artist and eligible bachelor... but I'm not falling for him again.
Jax and I are done.
The day I saved her was the day I lost myself to her.
Aubrey Whitfield was only ever supposed to be my brother’s best friend.
Not my life. Not the one I would die for.
Definitely not the one that would break me.
She’s built up walls to shut me out but I won’t leave her behind again.
Our souls are welded together.
Aubrey has always been mine. I’ll make her remember...Whether she likes it or not.
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“Answer the fucking question.”
“No, I’m not.” Then, I mumbled, “At the moment.”
I realized my mistake when he shoved back from the counter, spun around to pace and roared, “She says at the moment. Fuck!” Then his hands were pulling his hair up. “How many times?”
I slumped against the counter. “Jax, really?”
He whipped back around to pace up to me again. “Yes, really.”
“Does it matter?” I whispered.
He touched his forehead to mine and searched my eyes as if he could gaze the answer out of me. “Yes, baby, it matters.”
“Because I need to know how long it's going to take me to erase every time you were with him from your memory.”
Shain Rose is an author of Contemporary Romance and New Adult novels. She fights for love one word a time. Those happily ever afters can sometimes be a bitch to get to.
When she isn't writing, she's spending the days with her husband, daughter, son, and terrible cat. She and her husband drink way too much coffee, eat way too much candy, and laugh way too much. Life is good when the kids are behaving.
On the off chance she’s not writing or spending time with family and friends, she’s calling them to talk. And if no one answers, then she's reading and watching trashy TV.