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How do you live when you know you're going to die?

Rebecca King had a broken heart, literally. Congenital heart disease has given her less than a year to live. Hopefully, that'll be enough time to complete every task on her bucket list. However difficult, she finally comes to terms with her imminent demise. Then fate delivers an unexpected distraction.

Due to a horrific accident that left his wife on life support, Nick Cato, narcotics investigator, is trapped behind a wall of loneliness and grief. However, he had no way of knowing that destiny would deliver a gift strong enough to quell the sadness. But will he allow guilt to keep him from embracing his happy ending?

©2020 Jessica Watkins (P)2020 Jessica Watkins

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Lacy Laurel narration

Lacy Laurel's narration is overly dramatic, nasally and doesn't fit the characters. I'm thankful for Scott Riders' narration. Whether he is doing the male or female part it keeps me in the story. Where as Lacy Laurel speaks so unnaturally it makes me cringe.

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