Josh will have to reconcile his past… In order to make Kat his future.
After surviving a real-life nightmare, Josh Wagner is sent home from his dream college on crutches. Bedridden and tormented by flashbacks, he’s just seen his world shattered and his baseball scholarship go up in smoke. Josh’s family hires a health aide to help take care of him, but when he opens the door, the last person he expects to see is his biggest regret…
Katherine Singleton is the only girl Josh has ever loved. Now, even though she’s only taking care of him because it’s her job, Josh is determined to win her back. But Kat had to move on after their breakup two years ago, and despite her feelings for Josh, a lot has happened since he left…
When Kat’s past comes back to haunt her, Josh decides it’s his turn to take care of her. But protecting her—and redeeming himself—will put Josh in the line of fire again. Will he survive this time?
Includes a sampler of (Never) Again
Praise for (Never) Again
“A sweet, romantic tale about reconnecting with the one that got away.”—LeAnn’s Book Reviews
“A fresh new voice.”—wondrousreads.com
“A beautiful, light, fun love story with a dose of drama . . . leaves you with a satisfied smile when you read that last page.”—Cassie Mae, author of How to Date a Nerd
”Made me remember how fantastic it is to surrender to your heart and fall in love.”—Lizzy Charles, author of Effortless with You
Theresa Paolo lives in the same town she grew up in on Long Island, NY with her boyfriend and Milton, their big eyed goldfish. She has a hard time accepting the fact she’s nearing thirty which is why she writes new adult and young adult books, reliving the best and worst years of her life through her characters. She put her love of writing on hold while she received her bachelor’s degree in marketing from Dowling College. When she’s not writing, she’s behind a camera or can be found in the blogosphere or on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.
Theresa Paolo lives in the same town she grew up in on Long Island, New York, with her boyfriend and Milton, their big-eyed goldfish. She has a hard time accepting the fact that she’s nearing 30, which is why she writes… More about Theresa Paolo