I know. Cerulean Secret has a similar cover to The Way Back.
The story has nothing to do with The Way Back, but I loved the cover so much, I decided why fix something when it's not broken. Lol. Anyway, Cerulean Secret is about 51,000 words. Yay for longer! The interesting thing about this book is that I broke my normal mold again. Bradley is 45 years old, while Stacia is only 25 years old. Yikes!
He's sexy and kind, the ultimate good guy. I think you'll love him. Give Bradley a chance. You won't regret it.
Stacia Hart thinks she's finally found The One.
All she has to do is bring him to Friday night dinner with her parents
and siblings. Unfortunately, her man won't introduce her to his family,
and he won't let her introduce him to hers. On days when she meets her
lover for an afternoon quickie, she tries not to rock the boat. Her man
loves her, and that should be enough. But in walks Bradley Shaw with her
Stacia is devastated to learn The One
belongs to another woman, and she's been made a fool. The only way
Stacia can make it through the worst day of her life is with the help of
Bradley, her cheating lover's uncle.
Bradley is twenty years
Stacia's senior, but he's sexier and sweeter-natured than her previous
lover. Stacia has no intention of getting involved with Bradley. He's
just a kind person, who cared that she was okay after the heartbreak.
Loneliness makes them reach out to each other just for friendship, but
friendship turns into much more.
When Bradley decides he won't
treat Stacia as a dirty secret, his decision backfires. No one believes
Stacia knows her own heart or that Bradley could actually love her.
Stacia's family tries to destroy the relationship in the harshest way
Stacia might be young, but she won't let anyone stand in
her way. She can plot as well as the next person. If Bradley truly is
the man she's dreamed of, then she'll hatch a plan that will make him
hers forever—even if it means standing alone.