Know Her, Love Her by Z.L. ArkadieBelmont and I were existing in the sobering afterglow of a whirlwind romance. Then reality set in. We were two strangers, learning to live together as man and wife. But he thought I was too consumed by ghosts from my past to let myself be happy. I thought he was too entitled and controlling.
But after the worst happened, we had lost our way. I hadn’t seen Belmont since the day we decided to take a break four months ago. And out of all the places in the world, I run into him here, in this restaurant on a rainy afternoon in Chicago.
My heart flutters. My soul floats my feet above the ground. As I blink at the sight before me, all I want know is what next?
Know Her, Love Her (Daisy & Belmont, #1) is the fourth sexy, sensual and addictive contemporary romance in the LOVE in the USA series by author, Z.L. Arkadie.
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