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I just finished revising The Choice, per my critique partner’s comments and cleaned it up. This is the first in my Kurztown series, set in small town Pennsylvania. It’s a contemporary romance that sits at a little under 68,000 words.

Seven years ago, he watched her drive away.

Lila Corelli was the love of Mason Akeley’s life, but she chose a music career and another man over him. He thought it would destroy him, but he’s been scraping by; on the family farm and in life. Now, she’s back in town, and he feels like he’s barely hanging on.

She made a wrong choice.

Lila knows she made a mistake. She thought she had been on the right path; to her career, love, her life. Instead, she never saw the disaster one wrong choice could cause. Now, with everything gone, she returns to her hometown, hoping to find her way to a new path.

Mason’s love for Lila has never died, but he’s afraid to open himself to be hurt again. Lila chose the wrong future once, and she worries she’ll be making another bad choice that will only lead to more destruction. But, if they can untangle their past from their present, they just might be able to find their future together.

If anyone is interested in reading this and providing feedback, let me know either by leaving a comment here or emailing me at fallonrb@gmail.com. It has a bit of an alternating timeline and is more on the steamy side than sweet.

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Comments on: "Fiction Friday: The Choice Ready for Beta Readers" (3)

  1. […] got this all cleaned up. Still need to find beta readers. If you’re interested, I wrote up a quick summary […]

  2. […] Like I said, the week has been going pretty well. I’ve fallen a little behind on my brainstorming and knitting, though. And I’m still looking for beta readers for The Choice. […]

  3. […] caught up yesterday, except for with my knitting. And I’m still looking for beta readers for The Choice if anyone is interested in giving feedback on a ~69k contemporary […]

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