Someone Like You by Syd Parker

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Does true love ever get a second chance? Aspen Lane hasn’t forgotten her first love or the heartbreak she’s been dealing with since she left. As an artist, Aspen tried to pour her feelings into her art in hopes of healing, but five years later, she’s still trying to move on. There’s just one thing keeping Lex Tataris from marrying her girlfriend, Cassidy Scott – being married to another woman. A divorce should be simple enough. Go home to Vermont and live there long enough to file the paperwork. When Aspen offers to live with Lex for the six months it will take to prove residency in Vermont, she figures it will be a chance for her to get closure and move on. Lex is certain everything will go smoothly and she will be free to marry Cassidy soon enough. The two women soon discover that letting go may not be as easy as they thought or what they wanted after all.

About Syd Parker

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Syd Parker was born in California and lives in Indiana. She loves golfing, biking and spoiling her ten nieces and nephews. She loves to travel and anywhere on the water feels like home. She spends her days toiling away at her day job until she figures out a way to drop the last fifteen strokes to make it on the LPGA tour, although she's totally mastered Tiger Woods Golf on the Wii. Most days when she's not writing, you will find her on the trails or riding her road bike and praying she doesn't end up in another ditch. She loves to read a good love story and thoroughly enjoys writing them as well. "It isn't just about writing a story, it's about creating a world and having the reader climb into it, experiencing it in first person. That's my goal...that's why I write.
Published March 4, 2013 by Syd Parker Books. 262 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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