Fairytales and once upon a time?
They don’t exist for girls like me.
I’m not a princess and Colton Montgomery is definitely not my Prince Charming.
Meeting him felt like fate, but I’ve never felt worthy of being by his side. And what should have been my happily ever after is soured, all because he walked away.
To truly move on, to restart, I need him to agree, to sign on the dotted line. To finally let me go.
Instead of a goodbye, he convinces me to stay for a little longer. He wants ten days to prove that we are worth keeping. That we can make what has previously failed, work.
But the fear of being hurt by him is too real, too much.
Can I find a way to work past it so we can get our happily ever after? Or is this a love better off left behind?
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