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Love’s Deception by DC Renee Genre: Contemporary Romance

For someone who wasn’t the “dating kind,” he had certainly done a bang-up job of wooing me. Dating, marriage … the whole nine yards. I’d fallen hard. I couldn’t help it. Nolan Corrington was gorgeous, charming, sweet, and he loved me with a passion I’d never felt before. It was inevitable on my end. He tried to fight his love for me. I was the first girl he ever let in because he’d vowed never to love. He didn’t want the fallout a heartbreak would create. But he said dating me, marrying me, loving me … the whole nine yards was inevitable for him too. With a love like that, there could be no room for heartbreak, right? Well, see … that’s the thing about loving someone so hard. You don’t always share everything about yourself, at least not until it’s too late … until the person is so deep inside you that you hope they won’t want to leave. That’s what I like to call love’s deception. And that’s what Nolan counted on. What could go wrong? Oh, only everything … only the one thing he feared in the first place … heartbreak. Too bad it wasn’t just a matter of walking away … it was more, a lot more. It was life, death, and everything in between. It was love, and it was deception. Goodreads * Buy Link

DC Renee is a financial analyst by day, and an indie author by night. She’s been writing since she was a child, from poems to short stories, even fan fictions. She published her first book in March of 2014, and it hit the Amazon top 100 list in Contemporary Romance Fiction several times. Naturally, she loves to read! She also loves spending time with her hubby and their new baby girl, as well as her immediate family (in-laws included!). She speaks Russian fluently, and it might come with the territory, but she loves watching hockey. Go Kings! DC is really thankful for all the support she receives from her family, friends and most of all her readers and fans. She hopes you enjoy her books as much as she enjoys writing them. Website * Facebook * Twitter * Instagram * Bookbub * Amazon * Goodreads

Curiosity won. “What were you denying?”
“That I love you,” he said point-blank, his heart on his sleeve, his
words sincere, his eyes penetrating. “I love you,” he repeated, a little
louder and a little clearer.
“I-I …” I stuttered, caught completely off guard.
“I’m not telling you because I expect you to love me in return. I
just … all my life, I knew I’d never love anyone. Not because I wasn’t
capable, but because I saw what the pain of losing my mom did to
my dad. I told you before what he said to me—to never love—and I
took that to heart. I never dated, so I couldn’t get close enough to
anyone to fall in love. But you obliterated all that. You came into my
life, and it was inevitable that I was going to fall for you. I knew it was
a possibility when I pursued you, when we started dating, and I told
myself I was okay with that. But when faced with the actual feelings …
it’s hard to disassociate from a belief you’ve had all your life. I realized
I loved you, and I wasn’t even sure when it happened. But I knew that
if I lost you like my father lost my mom, I’d be shattered. So I tried
to run away while it was still fresh, thinking that it would somehow
lessen the blow. That maybe if I lost you now, it wouldn’t hurt as badly

as losing you later in life. I was wrong. I. Was. Wrong,” he repeated,
telling me without telling me the depth of his love for me.
If his actions were the hammer to my heart, his words were the
glue that could put the jagged pieces back together.

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  1. I love the cover- book looks interesting.