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“There is so much beauty in this story . . . Readers will be pulled in by the intensity of emotions and the drama that is featured in the writing. It’s a beautiful story, beautifully told.” —Readers’ Favorite
“We promised to keep in touch, write, stay friends . . . he told me to be strong and to ‘have faith.’ At that moment I knew our paths would cross again someday, they had to. I just couldn’t imagine never seeing him again.” —Tara Carter, Closure
Best friends and childhood sweethearts Trey and Tara fall in love through writing letters. Each other’s first love, they pledge to spend their lives together.
But unforeseen events tear them apart, putting them on different paths. Yet, they weave in and out of each other’s lives through the years, even though they are not together.
Haunted by memories and feeling incomplete—that fate isn’t finished with them yet—they see each other after twenty years. Could this be their second chance?
“There is so much beauty in this story... Readers will be pulled in by the intensity of emotions and the drama that is featured in the writing. It’s a beautiful story, beautifully told.” —Readers’ Favorite
“Sweet love taken through the twists and turns of life; chronicled in letters and emails. A must read for anyone who has loved (and for a time, lost) and wondered what happened to their first love.” — Edit Kitten
“An emotional read, Closure is tumultuous and tender, naïve and dark, maddening and revealing as it transcends decades.” —Readers’ Favorite
“Closure is a good read... written in an engaging style that I enjoyed.”—Readers’ Favorite
"Star-crossed lovers... This book really made me think about decisions I have made and their impact. The butterfly effect is real. Well-drawn, believable characters. If you were ever in love, you'll be able to relate to this story." --Sue Seabury, author of Shear Luck