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I just love summer.  I’ll be heading to the New Jersey Shore for the first week of July but don’t worry! Final Play will be done!

 

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Encephalopathy? What’s that? A nice way of saying my f**kin’ brain has holes?

CJ
I don’t believe it. Sure, I’ve been knocked around a little. What player hasn’t? But if what the doc says is true, things have got to change because there’s no way I’m letting my new wife become my nursemaid. She deserves better than that, better than me. Whatever it takes, I’ll make her go. I’ll just have to become the a**hole I used to be.

Mel
What the heck is wrong with CJ? I need to tell him something really, really important but he keeps avoiding me, using his ‘game-focus’ as a lame excuse for not coming home. I know we talked about having kids, someday.  How’s he going to react when he finds out someday is right around the corner?

I know it looks bad but there is a HEA guaranteed, absolutely! This novella stands alone but a whole lot more fun if you’ve read the first two in the series.

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Author: stella

Stella Marie Alden loves Zumba, yoga, watercolor painting, and all genres of romances, Her first book, ‘How to Train Your Knight’, won Romance Writers of America coveted Molly and Show me the Sparks Contests, and placed in four others. Truly remarkable, considering she’s only been writing for three years. Growing up in Vermont, she loved to make up stories. Crayons fought each other over size and placement in their cardboard box and imaginary friends crowded the house. Her brother often complained. “Tell her no one’s here, Mother.". Her career paths have varied. She’s been a librarian, a classical clarinetist wanna-be, recording studio engineer, broadcast electronics repairman, and now she architects software programs. She lives in Bergen County, NJ with her life-long hero and their two cats. Her two girls are grown but ever supportive. You go Mom!