supposed to be forgotten. Sam is convinced he’s cursed. Everything he
touches dies. He leaves his past behind and travels across the country, hoping
the distance will save the loved ones he’s left. When his car breaks down, he becomes
stranded, finding comfort in a stray dog.
Despite the fact that he refuses to build any
relationships, the people of Sterling, Colorado wiggle their way into his
heart. His adopted dog, Lucky, shows him he can handle responsibility. His new
boss, Lenny, shows him he has purpose. His neighbor, Izzy, shows him he’s
capable of love again. But can Sam find happiness after he’s lost it all?
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of addiction and attraction, A Reliant Love, is a tale of redemption,
acceptance, and finding yourself.
here,” I mutter under my breath.
or here in the kitchen with me?” She quirks her head to the side and crosses
her arms over her chest. It’s defensive, but not, at the same time. More likely
a precautionary arm cross.
me? I know I can talk a lot, and I’m trying hard to be positive in this awkward
situation. Sometimes it’s just one comment too much that can set someone off.
I’m sure you can tell, but I’m normally really upbeat and positive.” She nods
like a hundred times.
happen at anytime, so you have to live every day like it’s your last. That guy
just pisses me off.” She shakes her head, dragging in a loud breath.
begging you to like me,” she says as she slams the refrigerator door shut.
“It’s just that you’re new around here, and I saw you as a clean slate. I just
want to be friends, so if you have a girlfriend, that’s fine.” She steps
forward and grabs my forearm. I stare down at where our bare flesh connects.
“Seriously, I’m not a relationship person. I don’t believe in relationships,
but I do respect them. I’d never step on another girl’s toes. I just want to be
second my car is fixed.” My words ring with finality. Her hand falls from me as
she steps backwards towards the fridge like I slapped her.