Published by Self on 10/10/2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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All My Life, an all-new standalone contemporary romance by Prescott Lane.
The beginning of any love story starts with the meet.
I’ve known Garrett Hollis since before I can remember, and I’ve loved him just as long. I loved him while he loved someone else. I loved him when he had a baby with her. I loved him when she left him.
The greatest of love stories is that between a dad and his daughter. I should know. I’ve had a front row seat. First steps, first words, all the big moments.
Garrett was just a teenager when Mia was born. I’ve watched him braid his daughter’s hair, hold her hand crossing the street, seen her asleep on his chest. I’m the best friend, the one they can count on for everything from dance lessons to motherly advice, anything they need. I’m their go-to girl.
The best part of any love story is the happily ever after.
But what if the happily ever after doesn’t include you?
All my life, that’s how long I’ve loved him.
Of course, he’s clueless.
All My Life by Prescott Lane
Release Date: October 10, 2018
When I first read the blurb for All My Life by Prescott Lane I knew I wanted to read this book. A single-dad, unrequited love, and friends-to-lovers, yes please! Though it was a bit angsty and frustrating at times, this was sweet story about two people who have always cared and supported each other.
Garret Hollis and Devlyn Drake have always been friends. When they were teenagers, Devlyn’s feelings changed and she thought and hoped Garret’s would too. Enter Sheena, a beautiful and confident girl from the city who entices Garret from the start. Imagine his surprise when Sheena becomes pregnant. Fast forward and now at 17, he finds himself a single father.
Garret steps up and becomes the best father he can be. He does this with the help of his parents, family and friends. But the one person he could always count on was Devlyn. Who would always be there to help him and Mia. Here is the frustrating part, for almost twenty years, Devlyn stood in the sidelines loving Garret while he had no idea. But for Garret, nothing was more important than Mia. But Mia had her own plans for her father.
Though Garrett and Devlyn frustrated me at times, their journey was sweet and a long time coming. Garret was a good man. He was caring and patient, but had blinders on when it came to Devlyn. Devlyn loved Garret so much, she put his needs (and Mia’s) before her own. But once they both realized what they could have, could it finally be their time?
All My Life by Prescott Lane was a story about friendship, sacrifices and love. It had all the feels from start to end
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As far as dates go, this one has been good. I like her. She’s attractive, funny, smart, seems to have her head on straight. All the boxes are checked. This should be the point where I kiss her, ask her out again. I should be devising ways to get in this woman’s panties, but instead I’m thinking more about yanking down the tutu of one very sexy Biscuit Girl. I should be thinking about how to get this woman to fall for me, but it’s me that’s fallen. I should have one thing on my mind, and I do — Devlyn.
There’s just one big ass problem. She’s my friend. I can’t go there. There are so many reasons why I can’t go there. The town would have a field day. We’d have no privacy. Everyone would have an opinion. If we broke up, where would I get a decent cup of coffee? How would Mia react to this? Then there’s Scott, who’s actually the least of my concerns. Devlyn seemed pretty sure it was over, and if it’s not, I plan on convincing her.
I don’t want to lose Devlyn.
Staying friends guarantees her in my life. Dating her doesn’t.
Love doesn’t come with a guarantee.
Love is a risk. I used to be a risk taker, but teenage fatherhood buried that part of me. Stability became the name of the game. It had to. I look towards her diner, wondering if she’s back.