Better Late Than Never by Ghiselle St. James




Title: Better Late Than Never
Author: Ghiselle St. James
Genre: New Adult/Contemporary Romance
Cover Design: Kari Nappi
Release Date: December 11, 2020


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Savannah 
Since we were fifteen years old, my best friend, Kyle Moxam, has been a constant in my life. We’ve argued, fought, blocked each other – well, I have – and made up over Pop Tarts and purple soda. We’ve been on a cycle of will they/won’t they/should they since then. We should because of our history…we can’t because of our present circumstances. And, boy, what circumstances they are! I may be on the verge of losing the only person I’ve ever truly loved. Or am I…? 

Kyle 
Since I was fifteen years old, Savannah ‘Savi’ Carpenter has played the role of my best friend, while my heart – and other parts of my anatomy – ached for her. Our friendship has been tested over the years, but we’ve always come out stronger through it all. Not this time. I may have pushed her too far and I don’t know if we can come back from this. Can we survive this latest test with our friendship and heart intact? I sure as hell hope I don’t lose her…because that would suck.



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AUTHOR BIO

Writing under the pen name Ghiselle St. James, Ghiselle was born and raised in Jamaica, West Indies (cue “Welcome to Jamrock” by Damion ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley…LOL).

She has a never-ending love for written thoughts: poetry, song lyrics and fiction. Ghiselle writes about tough heroines (much like herself) and the men tasked with loving them.

She has been widowed since 2018, works full time, and has a part-time job lecturing, but always makes time for music of all genres, bedroom concerts that sometimes involves twerking, writing, reading and chatting with friends and readers on Facebook.

She spends most of her summers at a Christian youth camp where she counsels and mentors children and teens, and has done plenty of volunteer work with disadvantaged children and teens, living in inner-city communities.

Ghiselle is already working on her next release, so look out for more from her!


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