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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 an epic and 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.



“We’ve been each other’s days, but we don’t end in sunsets or only exist come sunrise. We’ve become the hours in between–twilight and dawn, the brightest noon, the darkest midnight, the golden hours. Together, we’re all hours with hearts on fire.”

” She’s coincidences and destiny.”

We Were Once is the latest heartbreakingly beautiful second chance romance from author S.L. Scott. This book delivers all of the feels and emotion and is sure to leave readers begging for more….

We Were Once follows the story of Joshua and Chloe. From the moment you meet these two characters, you are immediately drawn into their story. Their chemistry and banter is easily off the charts. Chloe, who’s life has always been planned for her, finds her life turned upside down. For her, Joshua is a breath of fresh air who is showing her that there’s more to life than just studying. To the outside world, Joshua and Chloe shouldn’t make sense, but somehow, they just do. They had it all and were on top of the world….that is until one night forever changed their course. Can love truly conquer all??? There’s only one way to find out…..

We Were Once was exactly the read I was looking for. It was sweet. It was swoon-worthy. It was utterly captivating. Chloe and Joshua’s story put my emotions through the ringer and I loved every single second of it. Chloe and Joshua are the kind of couple that just can’t help but root for. They loved mad and they loved hard. They had the kind of love that is worth fighting for and I for one couldn’t wait to see just how their story was going to play out…

We Were Once is everything that a second chance romance should be. It’s filled with angst and drama and frustration. It’s filled with moments that make you swoon and fall utterly in love. And at the end of the day, it is a story that will consume you and leave you believing in love.

If you’re a fan of second chance romances, I hope you’ll check out We Were Once and that you will fall head over heels for Joshua & Chloe, as I have.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*

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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