Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Second Draft by C.M. Seabrook

Second Draft by [Seabrook, C.M.]

Second Draft by C.M. Seabrook

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It’s been almost a year since I’ve seen her, the only woman that’s ever gotten under my skin, and made me wish I was a better man. More than just the washed up hockey player, turned sports journalist whose body is almost as scarred as his soul.

Layla Harper made me hope again. But life has a warped sense of humor, and I wasn’t the only Bennett brother that fell for the girl with the caramel colored eyes. 

The night I saw Travis with her I knew I’d lost, even before I had the chance to fight. Because one thing I never compete with my brother over is women. Even if the woman stole my breath, and my heart with one single kiss. 

And damn, what a kiss it had been. 

Now, she’s pregnant with my brother’s baby. A baby he wants nothing to do with. And he’s asked me to clean up his mess. 

What he doesn’t know is that I’m in love with her, and I have no intention of offering her the deal he’s laid out. I have a deal of my own. One that will finally make her mine.

C.M. Seabrook

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Jen's 5 Star Review

I'm a sucker for a hot retired Hockey Player with a little baby - I'm mean, come on!!
Such a cute story - Neither Carter or Layla believed in Happily ever after - and why should they? 
Layla's life growing up was filled with religious beliefs and stern parents. She had a secret that crashed everything - 7 years later, she's finally living her life and she's happy and alone - and yes, lonely, but what other choice does she have? 

Carter's career was cut short, his parents were in love, until their lives were cut short - 
But it took that one chance when he saved Layla's life and he knew his beliefs were about to change. 

This story was cute - had a different twist but making you fall in love with Carter that much more :) 

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