Fight to Forgive by j. leigh bailey
(Letting Go Book 3)

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Bailey's empathetic treatment of her characters will ring true to anyone who has faced a rocky road in a relationship; the emotional reactions of both main characters are heartbreakingly real, and engaging secondary characters, such as Freddie's pregnant sister, Nessa, add color.
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Recent college grad Aaron Elliott is a pro when it comes to avoiding conflict. So when he hears his mother and stepfather plan to sell the family's rambling summer retreat, it takes everything in him to object. The lake house is where he feels closest to his late father. It's where he fell in love with his best friend…and it's where he let family pressure decide his future rather than following his heart.

A combat injury has sailor James "Freddie" Fredrick dry-docked, possibly for good. But the pain in his shoulder is nothing like the hurt he feels when he sees Aaron back in town. It's been four years since the love of his life left without a word—and though Freddie would give anything to deny it, the heat between them hasn't faded.


Once upon a time, Aaron let Freddie go without a fight. He won't screw up their second chance to have a happy ending. But unless he makes peace with the past, Freddie won't be able to face their future.

Book three of Letting Go


This book is approximately 67,000 words
 

About j. leigh bailey

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J. Leigh Bailey is an office drone by day and the author of Young Adult LGBTQ Romances by night. She's usually got her nose in a book or pressed up against her computer monitor. A book-a-day reading habit sometimes gets in the way of... well, everything...but some habits aren't worth breaking. She's been reading romances since she was ten years old and the last twenty years or so haven't changed her appetite for stories of romance, relationships and achieving that vitally important Happy Ever After. Now she writes about boys traversing the crazy world of love, relationships and acceptance.
 
Published March 28, 2016 by Carina Press. 192 pages
Genres: Romance, War. Fiction
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Bailey's empathetic treatment of her characters will ring true to anyone who has faced a rocky road in a relationship; the emotional reactions of both main characters are heartbreakingly real, and engaging secondary characters, such as Freddie's pregnant sister, Nessa, add color.

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