EDITOR: Michelle Escamilla
COVER DESIGN: Alyson Raynes
Rae Ann Bailey has focused on her family and education for her entire life. Now a college freshman, she’s looking forward to everything that being in college entails. She has always thought about what everyone wants and making them happy, so she’s relieved to be out on her own and making her own decisions.
Sam Jenks is a junior, and a vital part of the college rowing team. Studying and getting his team to the national championships are his only priorities. He doesn’t have the time or the desire for a girlfriend
When Sam and Rae Ann meet, they have an instant connection that neither of them can deny. As they get closer, his commitment to the rowing team strains their new relationship, and Rae Ann has to decide if she can handle rowing being number one. Just when it seems that things are going well, someone from Sam’s past threatens to tear them apart. Can Sam and Rae Ann move past their obstacles and decide that their forever is worth it?
Sam and Rae Ann’s story continues. They met and fell in love in Someday, My Forever. Their relationship grew and strengthened and now they’re back to share the story of their wedding.
The guests applauded and we turned to face them before making our way up the aisle and out into the hall. I drew Rae Ann to me and kissed her again.“We did it, beautiful,” I murmured, leaning my forehead against hers. The moment between us was fleeting and our wedding party soon joined us. Rae Ann and I greeted each of them with hugs and received congratulatory replies. A receiving line was formed and we greeted our guests, thanking every person for celebrating our day with us.
Rae Ann grabbed my hand as the last guest walked away, and we shared another kiss. Catcalls from Darrow and Jed had us shaking with laughter.
Carrie Fox has been an avid reader since childhood. Since discovering the Indie author community, she has become a blogger and joined street teams for established authors. Someday, My Forever is her first published work.