Blurb:

How do you keep going when you feel like your life is over?

Maggie never thought she’d see Clay again. So, she attempts to put her life back together after her heart has been shattered to pieces. Moving on and moving forward, just as Clay wanted her to.

Clay never stopped thinking of Maggie. Even after ripping their lives apart and leaving her behind to get the help he so desperately needed. He is healing…slowly. But his heart still belongs to the girl who tried to save him.

When a sudden tragedy brings Maggie and Clay face to face again, nothing is the same. Yet some things never change. Can the darkness that threatened to consume them be transformed into something else and finally give them what they always wanted? And can two people who fought so hard to be together, finally find their happiness? Or will their demons and fear drive them apart for good?

The thing about love, is even when it destroys you, it has a way of mending what is broken. And in the shadows, you can still see the light.

“I’m not going anywhere. Because no on is abandoning you. People can move on and live their lives but that doesn’t mean you’re not apart of it anymore. I love you, Clay. Ruby loves you. Because you, Clay, are worthy of that love. You deserve it. All of it. And Ruby and I just want you to find the place where you’ll be okay and healthy. You can get angry with me, tell me to leave. But not once have I ever turned my back on you and I won’t start now,” she told me, putting her hands on me for the first time.

Her fingers gripped my chin and pulled my face around to her. The sight of her in my confused state of mind was like striking a match. And I lost it. I just fucking lost it. I started to sob and I couldn’t stop. I don’t know exactly what I was crying for, except that everything that had been dammed up inside of me was pouring out.

I had always believed I was irredeembable. That I couldn’t expect others to love me when I didn’t even love myself. But Maggie’s words hit me at a moment when I so desperately needed to hear them. I needed to believe that she was right, that I was worthy.

Bleed- Hot Chelle RaeYou Tube | Itunes | Amazon

After Clay writes Maggie the letter. His struggles with his love for her while in treatment.

In the Sun- Joseph ArthurYou Tube | Itunes | Amazon

After the phone call to Maggie on Clay’s birthday. He thinks of all the things he’d say to her.

Walking Dream- Natalie Walker: You Tube | Amazon

The aftermath of Lisa’s death for Clay. His conflicted emotions about seeing Maggie again intertwined with his grief.

Shattered-Trading Yesterday: You Tube | Itunes | Amazon

This is Maggie after seeing Clay again. The words are so perfect.

Begin Again-Measure: You Tube | Itunes | Amazon

After Clay decides to stay in Davidson and to try and live his life by his terms.

All About Us: You TubeItunes | Amazon

He is We- a sweet love song that perfectly describes the way Maggie and Clay are together. This fits wonderfully as a song when they decide to be together again.

Holes Inside- Joe Brooks: You Tube | Itunes | Amazon

Clay’s fears that he will fall apart again, that he isn’t ready to have the future he wants. His final realization that he can’t hold it all together.

Holding on or Letting Go-Ross Copperman: You Tube | Itunes | Amazon

When Clay decides to go back to treatment and asks Maggie to wait for him.

Near or Far- Carissa Rae: You Tube | Itunes | Amazon

Maggie and Clay’s long distance relationship. They are separated by distance but not emotion.

Perfect for Me- Ron Pope: You Tube | Itunes | Amazon

This has always been Clay and Maggie’s Happily Ever After song.

The New York Times bestselling author of Contemporary and Paranormal romance including Find You in the Dark, Cloud Walking and Bad Rep.

A. Meredith spent ten years as a counselor for at risk teens and children. First working at a Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault program and then later a program for children with severe emotional and mental health issues. Her former clients and their stories continue to influence every aspect of her writing.

A. Meredith recently moved to England and is trying to get used to driving on the other side of the road, eating fish and chips and all things British.








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