This is a joke? It’s too soon to be April Fools, but is it, really? Because there’s no way that when I finally start working through the pain from the breakup with Walker, he has to come back around.
Who thought it was a good idea to send me to a Three Weisman party?
When all that hurt finally seems like a feeling in my past, why does Walker suddenly want to try again? Does he expect me to end things with his brother and give him another shot? Can he really be the man I need him to be, or am I setting myself up for heartache again?
There’s no right answer …
This is either going to end as a funny story we can tell our children or I’ll never live down the disappointment and embarrassment I’ll cause my parents.
Only one way to tell.
4 Star Review by Ashley
I'll admit, love triangle has NEVER been my thing. However, I am a big fan of Ashley Suzanne so I swallowed it and give it a shot. WOW! Once Bitten was intense without being in my face. It was the subtleties between Walker and Max that made me fly through the pages. </p>
Walker was so swoony. His patience. His kindness. His general good guy-ness. How he put Max's fears to rest and her happiness first. For as much as I liked Walker (which was a whole heck of a lot), I had a harder time warming up to Max. Her indecisiveness made me wanna shake her more than once. While I understood her hesitation I kept waiting for her to follow her heart. And it was pretty obvious that it was Walker that owned it.</p>
It wasn't easy for Walker to wait for Max but he knew she was more than worth it. Worth the fallout with his brother. Worth everything. Ashley Suzanne took the age old question "does first love deserve a second chance?" and put her own unique spin on it. Once Bitten is the start of what is sure to be one wild new series. </p>
About the Author
Ashley Suzanne boasts many titles … short-order cook, taxi driver, football mom, maid, boo-boo kisser … the list could truly go on and on forever. Other than her moming and wifing titles, Ashley’s favorite designation is author.
Having written her entire life (mostly hate mail to her sister and cousins), it was no surprise when she penned her first novel, Mirage, in 2013. What started as a way to help her husband heal after losing his best friend, a successful career blossomed.
When Ashley isn’t binge watching whatever the best new show is, you’ll most likely find Ashley hiding in the bathroom from her children, showing homes, begging her husband to watch Hallmark movies with her, gorging on Diet Mt. Dew or buying more Sharpie pens than she’ll ever use.