Life is not going to plan for JD Winters. She's thirty-three, divorced, and stuck working in a convenience store. Her self-esteem left in tatters by her ex-husband and the false-starters after the divorce, JD has had enough of men. Until she meets Tane Cavendish. But hot, rich Tane would never be interested in fat, boring JD. Would he?
JD is stunned when Tane asks her out. Their lavish date is like nothing she’s ever experienced, and her fantasy is taking on a life of its own. The weeks fly by, filled with bliss. Until Tane ghosts her. Confused and hurt, the last thing JD needs is to be told that Tane does this all the time. But his best friend Elias swears it’s true. Elias is not hot or rich, but when he asks JD out she agrees. Maybe he’s all JD can expect to settle for.
When Tane calls in tears and begs JD’s forgiveness, she can’t resist. In her heart, she knows Tane is the love of her life.
This time, it’s months before Tane vanishes, and this time the betrayal is brutal. JD is furious -
but she still wants to forgive him. Can she forgive him again or is a life with Tane one dream too far?
She thought she knew Tane. She thought she could trust him with the rest of her life.
The truth will change everything.
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About the Author
Erica Judd has had a lifelong love for reading and writing, and from an early age knew she wanted to be a writer when she grew up. Early forays into writing and the publishing industry were unsuccessful, but as she continued to learn feedback became encouraging. In between running an art gallery cooperative and volunteering in the community, Erica seriously considered undertaking a course in forensic investigation, however an illness in 2005 resulted in chronic health problems which prevented further education. These health problems have also had a huge impact on Erica’s creative abilities. Never one to quit easily, Erica decided to venture into the world of self-publishing, the novel Lucky Seventh being the first product of this endeavour. Erica lives on the east coast of Tasmania with her illnesses and many pets.