Title: Too Good Girl
Author: Eleanor Lloyd-Jones
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 14, 2018 Cover Credits: Schmidt’s Author Services
She was sixteen when she ran away from home and not much older when Jack Palmer saved her for the first time.
Coping with her grief by shutting down, she became reckless with her life, keeping everyone at arm’s length, including Jack.
Now, she’s nineteen, and her need to feel anything other than despair is as exhausting as it ever was.
Jack Palmer lives a lonely life, working at night in the streets of the seaside town where they both live. The only thing that keeps his heart beating loud enough is Syra Johnson: his friend and the girl he wishes he could love.
However, his attempts to keep her from falling further get thrown back in his face, breaking him a little more each time.
Will the darkness that snatched her away drag her deeper than before, or will Syra let Jack save her again and open herself to becoming whole?
Eleanor Lloyd-Jones is and always has been a perpetual daydreamer. A mum of one and a full-time primary school teacher, she spins plates and chases her tail in order that she can live out the dream she has had since being a little girl: to write stories.
Like all indie authors, her ambition is to hit the big time, make all the lists and have some hot-shot movie producer pick up one of her books and turn it into the next blockbuster. Until that happens, she is content to type away, bringing her imagination to life, and just hopes that the people who read her words get some sort of enjoyment out of them and love her characters as much as she does.