I wasn’t my own person. First, I was my brother’s right-hand man. Then, I became my sister’s other half—not that I minded. Eventually, I found my path and became a DJ. I’m all about taking charge of my destiny and never playing second fiddle. If only I knew what that meant. I still hadn’t found my true purpose. All that truly mattered was my family and music.
She caught my eye immediately and arrested my heart.
Suddenly being a duo has never looked more appealing.
Rule number one of our dynamic duo was always be honest.
But was she ready to hear my truth?
Identity is everything. Without it, there’s nothing.
And that’s exactly where I am now. Lost and left without an anchor. Everything as I knew it has vanished and left me untethered.
A thousand little white lies are nothing.
But one giant lie is everything.
I don’t know who to trust or where to go. The people I used to turn to, I can no longer confide in.
Then there’s Theo.
He’s all good times and charm. I have a feeling there’s more to this charming DJ than what he’s allowed me to see. He takes my mind off the betrayal in my life, and my once guarded heart surrenders its walls.
I’m left defenseless against his heartthrob appeal. Our rhythm is in sync and the realest thing I know.
But can I trust him with my heart, or should I have kept him out?
Gwen Parks is a literary aficionado. She went from writing poems and songs to taking the jump to novels. She loves writing common tropes with a different angle. The Sometimes Love is her pride and joy and what led her to break out into becoming an independent author. Inspired by her favorite authors, her work can be described as unique and engaging. She loves to say she is a reader first and a writer second.
She lives in Maryland at the moment, with the dream of moving to Georgia one day. In her downtime when she’s not immersed in a book or writing her next venture, she can be found playing with her three dogs that brings light into her life. She graduated from college and loves the turn of events to where it has brought her today. She is currently happy having her pick of book boyfriends for the time being and mending her book hangovers.