Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
Fairy-tale is the word I would use to sum up this story! It really is a sweet, young friends turn to soulmates book that makes you feel all sorts of happy! Brian and Stella were separated at a young age after connecting instantly and reconnect years later. Stella has had a rough time and finds herself - thanks to fate -reconnecting with Brian. They dynamic is adorable and innocent and I loved every bit of their second chance. It is a very mushy, romantic, everything works out for the best type of tale so if you are looking for something to give you the warm and fuzzies, look no further!
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It feels like fate’s pushed us together and reminded us we’re allowed to feel despite heartache and past lovers no longer loving us, that regardless of how broken we may be as individuals we’re each a half and together that makes us whole
Stella Barbieri was it for me. I was five when we met, but still, for a five year old I was determined she was going to have my babies someday.
I find his lips like they're the lifeline I need to make it back to the surface...
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My life was good.
But, like most things that are just “good,” it fell apart. I fell apart.
I had lived to work before, but when my husband left my job became my entire life.
Then I went for coffee and my life changed. Days before finalizing my divorce, my past sat down across from me and it was like life had been breathed back into me. It was only the beginning of a crazy, not at all planned out adventure with him ... much like our escapades when we were kids.
Twenty years ago my parents moved our family to Tennessee. My heart stayed behind in Western New York.
On a well-planned whim, my best friend and I packed up and headed north to begin realizing our dream of owning a business — a coffeehouse — in the small college town I spent my childhood exploring.
It took me years before I had the courage to go home, set up shop, and find her, though. I needed to be certain I could give her everything.
That day finally came.
When she walked in, she stole the air from my lungs.
This is our story.
About M.L. Pennock:
M.L. Pennock is a former journalist turned author. She attended Alfred University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in English and communication studies, before going on to earn a Master of Arts in communications from SUNY College at Brockport. She lives in Central New York with her husband and three daughters.