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Cover Reveal: We Were Once by S.L. Scott

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S.L. Scott
Date: May 28th, 2020
Design: Letitia Hasser of RBA Designs
by @chrisandruth
We were never supposed to fall in love.

WE WERE ONCE – Synopsis
We were never
supposed to fall in love.
New York Times bestselling author, S.L. Scott, crafts
her signature heartfelt style into a brand new emotional, second chance,
standalone romance.
I have three goals: graduate from an Ivy League university, get into
medical school, and follow in my father’s well-established footsteps.
Everything was going exactly as planned until the local bad boy was delivered
to my doorstep. Literally.
From the moment we meet, my old life becomes unrecognizable, but I
have no regrets. I’m utterly captivated by him. His smirk. His heart. His sharp
wit. He pushes me to live, to be wild, to pursue the dream I’ve always hidden
To the rest of the world, we make no sense.
Me, the girl from the gilded New England
Joshua, from the small city of New Haven.
To us, we’re destiny.
Together, we had it all. Desperately. Madly. In love.
Until we didn’t.
One tragic night changed everything.

Living in the capital of Texas with her family,
Scott loves traveling and avocados, beaches, and cooking with her kids. She’s
obsessed with epic romances and loves a good plot twist. Her favorite color is
blue, but she likens it more toward the sky than the emotion. Her home is
filled with the welcoming symbol of the pineapple and finds surfing a challenge
though she likes to think she’s a pro.
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