From recess buddies to high school sweethearts, Eli Stone and Bonnie Jinks were constants in each other’s lives. Although young, their relationship had withstood the test of many teenage tribulations. Marriage and a happy ever after were in their future plans.
One alcohol fueled mistake rips them apart. Bonnie ends up on the road with her new boyfriend while Eli joins the military. It seems as if their lives would never intersect again.
A near fatal accident brings them together and their chemistry is undeniable. But will the pain of the past keep them apart? Can they make their love work again?
”I think it’s okay to have a perfect day once in awhile. I think that’s in God’s plan to have us happy most days. I’d rather spend the day being happy then waste time fighting or being mad”Bonnie and Eli were always in each other lives. From being kids to growing into lovers, they wanted to spend their whole life with each other. And that would have happened if Eli wouldn’t have messed up. When he went to the party, he ended up cheating on Bonnie and regretted it every day. After getting her heart broken, she leaves with her jackass boyfriend to follow him on tours while Eli joins the military.
Bonnie decides that it’s time to come home when her mother gets into a car accident but she did not expect to see Eli so soon. Between taking care of her mother and her undecided emotions, she needs to figure out what she needs to do and if she’s ready to lose Eli all over again.
Wow. Honestly, I read couple of reviews before I started reading this book and was nervous. A lot of people seemed to have some sort of problem with it but I actually enjoyed it. Bonnie and Eli seemed to have a special connection and author was able to capture that. I was a little confused at first about flashbacks that they had but after you figure out what is going on, it’s easier to understand the special bond that they have. You could not only see that they loved each other but that they are best friends and can rely on each person. So thumbs up!!
Brandy Jeffus has been writing stories since an early age. She would dictate them to her mom who would type them out on a typewriter.
She is a mother to two precious children and lives in North Texas, but she'll always consider herself an East Texan, hailing from the Rose Capital of the world, Tyler.