Find Her, Keep Her was nice but it’s going to take more than that for two independent individuals like Daisy and Belmont to make a long lasting relationship work. You read about some of their challenges in There’s Something About Her and Say You Love Her, well those problems come to a head in this book. However, those who know how it goes when fate put you and your partner together understands that this period is sure to come. Getting through this stint perfects the relationship, solidifies that only the two of you were meant to be and you’re both willing to do whatever it takes to not only make it work but to truly live happy together.
Belmont and I were existing in the sobering afterglow of a whirlwind romance. Then reality set in. We were two strangers, learning to live together as man and wife. But he thought I was too consumed by ghosts from my past. I thought he was too entitled and controlling.
But after the worst happened, we had lost our way. I hadn’t seen Belmont since the day we decided to take a break four months ago. And out of all the places in the world I run into him here, in this restaurant on a rainy afternoon in Chicago.
My heart flutters. My soul floats my feet above the ground. As I stand blinking at the sight before me all I want to know is what’s next?