I shouldn't have kissed Lindsey the morning after her husband died...
Letting Lindsey walk away from me should have kept her safe from the unhappiness in life. Now Jason, the man I let her leave me for, is dead and Lindsey is back in Rollinsford. I'm doing everything to make it up to her. While I still can't have Lindsey, maybe I can help her.
I shouldn't have let Mitch think that kiss was about us...
All I wanted in that moment was my husband back. The guilt of betraying Jason's memory is killing me and letting Mitch take the blame for that kiss was wrong. To make matters worse, he's pulling the friend card. I can see us slipping back into the rhythm of our lives when we were young. But Mitch still battles his long-standing demons and plans to leave Rollinsford with his fiancée after their wedding. That's fine. He's pushed me away before. Although, I'm not sure what to do if he hurts my daughter in the process.
About the Author
Okay, It was more like trying to get out of saying a thing. Jody's a writer. You want it pretty. Let's compromise.
"Just finish one," he said, challenging her to complete a story and share it. Little did he know that those words of encouragement meant they’d return from a family vacation with a wild and defiant set of quintuplets stumbling their way into adulthood. Wasn’t raising their three sons enough?
A native of nowhere, Jody settled in New England for 17 years before agreeing to uproot her brood of boys and move to North Carolina. She spends most of her time reading, writing, and hoping that her ravenous children haven’t managed to eat all the ingredients before she cooks dinner.
Get to know her better at www.jodykaye.com.