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Walking and balance can significantly impact quality of life- but is treatable. What is important to you? Does Azilect slow disease progression? Manage nausea from medicines Is delaying medication harmful? I absolutely LOVE this cover! Chance knew love once—a long time ago. She died when they were eighteen and the best of him died with her.
Since then his work on a ranch in Montana has allowed him to keep his distance from people and from happiness. Eighteen years later, he may be ready to start living again—maybe. Part of him would like to do the same; part of him would rather cling to the past. These are not standalone reads. In fact, when you get to the end of this story, you may be faced with a cliffhanger — or you may not.
The choice is yours! What do I mean? If you love a cliffy, you can have one.
Here's a sneak peek for you. Chapter One Chance got to his feet and stood back to survey his work. There, that was better. Chloe used to love snowdrops.
He stood there for a long time, head bowed, hands folded in front of him. He just wanted to be here with her, close to her.
In the early years after she died he could still feel her everywhere. He hated that, as the years had gone by, he found it harder to feel her close. He resented the fact that this cemetery, this field full of dead bones was now the only place he could still feel her.
He drew in a deep breath and shook his head. And here he was bringing flowers that represented new life. The sky had been gray all morning, suiting his mood.
enter Now the first raindrops were beginning to fall. There were things he needed to say. Things he needed her to understand. Who was he kidding? She was dead. He was here to make some kind of peace with himself about what he was feeling.