* Book #5 in the Beautiful Series *
Content Warning** Recommended for ages 17+ due to language and sexual content.
Read where it all began in the final
installment of The Beautiful Series.
Gabe and I get our Happily Ever After. You might be asking yourself what’s the point
in this story when you already know the outcome? We get married. We have a child. The thing is, while we get to the happy part,
it was a difficult and turbulent ride to get to that very point.
choices. He made choices. We both made choices and sometimes they were
filled with regrets. But you can’t
change it. And I wouldn’t want to
because we grew from it. We
learned. We fell in love.
yelling moments of my life. They were
disastrous and ugly. And I wouldn’t
change them for anything. Why you
ask? They became the most beautiful
choices of my life. So for that sole
reason—I wouldn’t change a damn
choices in life. For the most part
people made my choices for me. I never
got to choose anything . . . besides Sarah Thompson. The beautiful, blonde haired selfish-bitch
who was best friends with my boy Ryder.
know how the hell he survived that cold-heart.
Yet somehow I melted that icy heart and fell in love. I made that choice. And while the road was sometimes the ugliest,
it still to this day is the most beautiful choice I ever made.
For the past 21
years, I have been a planner and an organizer. I always needed things a
specific way and then everything changed for me. I’ve always had a vivid
imagination and thoughts racing through my mind. I realized that life is
way too short to let things pass me by, because in the blink of an eye
everything could change. So I decided to just live in the moment, taking
every chance and opportunity led my way. No second thoughts and just
going with the flow.
I decided to put the
fictional characters and the conversations going on in my head to paper.
I know, it makes me sound crazy, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I’ve embraced crazy and hectic and last minute because it’s led me to
making my dreams a reality.
When I’m not writing
Happily Ever After’s I’m reading about them and living one. I think this
world is filled with too much sadness already we don’t need to read about it as
well. I write because I love it and I’ve allowed my imagination to run
wild and be crazy and free.Just like me.