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Blog Tour: Home for Always by Ketley Allison

“We left so much between us unsaid.”

Home for Always, an all-new steamy small-town romance from bestselling author Ketley Allison is available now!

I never thought I’d see the boy who broke my heart again, especially the day after I poured hot coffee over his cocky grin and threw him in the trash.

I wish I’d scalded his actual face. Sadly, it was just his picture in a tabloid magazine.

Notorious bachelor Stone Williams shouldn’t even qualify as an after-thought. Until he bursts into the childhood home he left behind—where I’m currently staying.

A decade is a long time to be away from someone you once thought you knew better than you knew yourself. I’ve given up my dreams to stay in our small town as a nurse, while he didn’t just surpass his dreams—he exploded them into the atmosphere like fireworks.

Stone makes it clear he hasn’t returned to rekindle our relationship and I couldn’t agree more. He’s here for his mother, a woman I care for, and she doesn’t have much time before her illness takes over.

When her dying wish is for Stone and me to live together and help her in her final days, I can’t say no. I could have fought harder against her demands that Stone and I both stay in the same house to help her in her final days. And I definitely could have argued against sharing a bedroom.

But when our grudges turn into explosive lust, we begin losing sight of why we hate each other.

I’ve rewritten my dreams once to remove Stone Williams. He can’t expect me to rewrite them again.

… until an unexpected tragedy forces us to rewrite our reality.

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He doesn’t see me at first. His back is to us as he slides his sunglasses down his nose and surveys the landscape, his broad back rippling under his tight back tee when he moves. He runs a hand through his thick, chestnut hair as he rests his other muscled, tanned arm on the roof of the car, and every part of me that’s held on to his memory quivers.
“Oh my God,” I whisper.
He turns, and our eyes meet across the drive.

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