We are thrilled to share Amanda Kelley's Contemporary Romance from her Worthy Series, Worth Letting Go with you today!
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AmazonCA ~AmazonAU ~ Barnes&Noble ~ KoboBook Description: Harper Davenport is widowed, homeless, and nearly broken. So, in a moment of bravery—or possibly stupidity—she moves her and her six-year-old son, Greyson, back to the only place that has ever felt like home. Too bad starting over is exactly as hard as she feared it would be. The last thing she needs is for Kade Dawson to be her new boss. The man is talented, handsome, and ridiculously magnetic. He draws people in with his looks and hooks them with his personality. Harper is no exception, but she has more than herself to consider. Kade’s reputation is well earned, but lately, he’s been craving something more. As soon as Harper walks into his life, he’s captivated. Only…things are complicated. Despite his desperate attempts to keep things platonic between them, Harper still manages to become the best part of his day. He just doesn’t know if he can be the man she and Greyson deserve. Sometimes, falling back into old patterns is easier than taking a chance on something he knows will change everything. If Kade and Harper can manage to let go of the past, they might just be able to have a future they’ve both only ever dreamed of.
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Not in this building.
Not in this dress.
And definitely not at this point in her life.
But life didn’t give a flying squirrel about her feelings.
She’d been rooted to this same spot for nearly two hours, and there was still no end in sight to the barrage of people offering their tear-filled condolences.
As far as she was concerned, funerals were a cruel ritual that forced people in the depths of their grief to pull themselves together enough to appear presentable, so they could make conversation with people they really didn’t give a damn about.
But Harper had been feeling a bit harsh lately, which only made it that much harder to keep up the act. If she were on the outside, she might feel differently, but it had only been six days since her entire world had been irrevocably changed, and she was still struggling to pick up the shattered pieces.
Harper didn’t even know most of these people, but still, she accepted one unwanted hug after the next because that was what she was supposed to do in this situation. Wasn’t it?
Truthfully, Harper didn’t have the first clue as to how she was supposed to be acting.
Was she supposed to be crying?
Because she wasn’t.
Was she supposed to be making small talk?
Because she didn’t have anything to say.
Was she supposed to be doing anything?
Was there really a proper way for her to act when burying her husband? The man that she’d spent the last ten years of her life with. The father of her child. A man she never really knew at all.
If proper decorum existed for this situation, she’d appreciate it if someone clued her in.
She’d been told lilies would be appropriate for the flower arrangements, and she’d agreed even though she hated them. She’d been told which photo of Reed would be suitable to put beside the guest booklet. She’d been told which casket to purchase and which poem to print in the pamphlets. Yet not a single person had given her tips on how to forgive a dead man.