McKee, Emily: A Beautiful Choice, Book 5 in the Beautiful Series
Coming March 2014…
* Book #5 in the Beautiful Series *
**Mature Content Warning** Recommended for ages 17+ due to language and sexual content.
Read where it all began in the final installment of The Beautiful Series.
You already know Gabe and I get our Happily Ever After. You might be asking yourself what’s the point in this story when you already know the outcome? We get married. We have a child. The thing is, while we get to the happy part, it was a difficult and turbulent ride to get to that very point.
I made choices. He made choices. We both made choices and sometimes they were filled with regrets. But you can’t change it. And I wouldn’t want to because we grew from it. We learned. We fell in love.
With Gabe? They were the most tear-filled, screaming and yelling moments of my life. They were disastrous and ugly. And I wouldn’t change them for anything. Why you ask? They became the most beautiful choices of my life. So for that sole reason—I wouldn’t change a damn thing.
I made very few choices in life. For the most part people made my choices for me. I never got to choose anything . . . besides Sarah Thompson. The beautiful, blonde haired selfish-bitch who was best friends with my boy Ryder.
I honestly don’t know how the hell he survived that cold-heart. Yet somehow I melted that icy heart and fell in love. I made that choice. And while the road was sometimes the ugliest, it still to this day is the most beautiful choice I ever made.
* Purchase the other books in the Beautiful Series *
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
For the past 21 years, I have been a planner and an organizer. I always needed things a specific way and then everything changed for me. I’ve always had a vivid imagination and thoughts racing through my mind. I realized that life is way too short to let things pass me by, because in the blink of an eye everything could change. So I decided to just live in the moment, taking every chance and opportunity led my way. No second thoughts and just going with the flow.
I decided to put the fictional characters and the conversations going on in my head to paper. I know, it makes me sound crazy, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. I’ve embraced crazy and hectic and last minute because it’s led me to making my dreams a reality.
When I’m not writing Happily Ever After’s I’m reading about them and living one. I think this world is filled with too much sadness already we don’t need to read about it as well. I write because I love it and I’ve allowed my imagination to run wild and be crazy and free. Just like me.