Make Me Forget

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Total-e-bound, Sep 8, 2015 - Fiction - 56 pages
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Deadline approaching, Paige takes a vacation to battle writer’s block. Her quiet plans are interrupted by a handsome, naked intruder. Is he her inspiration?

Bestselling romance author, Paige Mattheson, is experiencing the worst case of writer’s block. She hasn’t written a word in weeks and is struggling with the intimate scenes in her book. With a deadline quickly approaching, she goes on a weekend getaway to the beach to clear her head. She promises herself she will relax and find her true self again, along with some inspiration to see past her heartache and complete her novel.

Fun-loving Tyler Barrow is vacationing in Montauk, New York. He is passionate about his career as a teacher—and about surfing. When Tyler misses his original flight home, a miscommunication with the owner of the rental unit finds Tyler staring at a beautiful woman in his kitchen. He is instantly drawn to her and eager to find out why, even if it is only for the weekend.

Paige is initially annoyed by the naked intruder who has interrupted her quiet vacation. She sticks to the promise she made herself and tries to let go and have some fun.

Will Tyler be able to make Paige forget about her past? Will fate prove to be more than just a weekend fling, even though they live on different ends of the earth?

Only time and a bestselling novel will tell.

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About the author (2015)

Struggling through health issues, Jacqueline Anne discovered her love for reading romance. Writing then became her escape and in some ways, a depiction of her spirit. She enjoys creating strong female characters who overcome hardships, reflecting on some of her own adversities, trials and triumphs. The relationships are sweet and sexy with characters who embody discovery, lust, trust, happiness and love.

Jacqueline leads a full and exciting life in Northeast Ohio. She loves to bake, create, work out, dance and read. She truly believes everything happens for a reason. Her life can attest to that. Work hard. Play hard. Live life to the fullest each and every day, doing it all in a pair of 4" heels ;). Who says you can't have it all?

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