“There is nothing worse than pretending that you don’t care about something, when that is all you can think about.”
Harper Graham wears a mask, and not the pamper kind. She conceals her pain with shoes, shots, and lots of sex. But while her life appears fantastic to most, Harper herself knows that the most important thing in life is not financial stability, but emotional. Having been let down by her absent father for most of her life, Harper chooses to keep the men in her life at arms length. Well, that was until Kyler Morgan.
Kyler Morgan has been successful at nearly everything in his life … nearly. Traveling the country with the band Down Glory Road, Kyler has had time to reflect upon his life and in particular his relationship with feisty, drop-dead gorgeous realtor, Harper. Realizing that she is the woman of his dreams, Kyler resolves to win back Harper, and prove to her that she is, and always has been, enough.
But the path to true love rarely runs smoothly, and when their journey takes a number of twists and turns, will Harper and Kyler manage to hold tight, or fall by the wayside?
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I walked as far away from him as I could and sat on the unmade bed. Pinning him with a glare I asked, “To what do I owe the pleasure, traitor?”
“Traitor?” He actually looked shocked.
“Well, I could actually come up with a few other choice words. In fact maybe it’s a good thing that you came here. It’ll save me the trip of finding you.” I brought the cup to my mouth and took a slow sip.
His mouth quirked up in a slow, sexy grin. “You were coming to look for me?”
I leveled a glare at him. “I know what you did, and you have some serious explaining and groveling to do.”
“And what is it you think I did?”
“Don’t play games with me, Kyler. You told Em everything.”
He shrugged. “And?”
I was getting more and more pissed off by his nonchalance and ‘whatever’ attitude.
“What was your reasoning? Besides you thinking that if you told my best friend everything maybe I would see the error of my ways and come back to you?”
The smirk that was on his face slowly faded into a frown.
“I never assumed anything. In fact, I’d have to be the dumbest man on earth to assume anything when it comes to you.”
What did he mean by that? Before I got a chance to think more about it, he started to stalk slowly toward me. With every step, my heartbeat picked up. His gaze was unyielding and I felt my anger going away, and desire mixed with nervousness crept in. I wanted to pinch myself to remind me why I was angry, and to hold on to that anger. It was the only emotion I wanted to feel right now. Lust was an unwelcome sensation, and I hated that I felt nervous about his advancement.
“What are you doing?” I asked, trying to keep my voice steady.
“I’m going to prove to you that I don’t assume things…I know things.”
How many of you always put music with the words on a page?
I know we do, here at CCBB.
Below is the fabulous playlist for Always Enough, along with the scene each song belongs to!
Another Heart Calls- The All-American Rejects-
I Can’t Make You Love Me- Bonnie Raitt- Scene when Kyler pushes Harper away at the bar.
The High Road- Three Days Grace- In the first chapter when Harper sees Kyler’s email and ignored it, again.
My Songs Know what You Did- Fall Out Boy- No scene in particular, but I use this song to write angrier parts of the book.
Touch- Josh Abbott Band- Scene when Harper get’s to the hotel in NYC and she seduces Kyler.
Easy- Rascal Flatts- Harper is packing her bags to leave after Ky hurt her.
Falling Slowly- Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova- Harper’s flashback from high school and Ky came to see her.
The Great Escape- Pink- Harper is on her way to Salmon, ID to get away.
Just Give Me a Reason- Pink- Scene when Em was talking to Harper about Ky being
good to her and she needed to make the most of NYC while she’s there.
Have A Little Faith In Me- John Hiatt- Anytime Ky was thinking about Harper.
Ignition- Matt Stillwell- Scene when Kyler had just walked away from Harper after he walked in on Harper and Michael.
Daylight- Maroon 5- The morning after Harper left and Ky is thinking about her.
Crash My Party- Luke Bryan- When Kyler walked in on Michael and Harper.
Pour Some Sugar On Me- Def Leopard- Song that Harper had played for her to strip too.
Distance- Christina Perri- Scene in the hospital when Harper was watching Ky and she misses him.
Two Is Better Than One- Boys Like Girls- Scene when Ky and Harper finally have sex. (Not the bathroom)
I Can’t Love You Back- Easton Corbin- Ky is in his car and he wakes up from the bar and is feeling lost without Harper and his dad.
Wasting All These Tears- Cassadee Pope- This is the song I wrote the bar scene too. Ky was pissed at Harper and they got into it. (I actually cried while writing this scene)
How She Rolls- Chase Rice- The scene when Harper meets the boys in the band.
Goodbye- Secondhand Serenade- Harper was within her own mind out on the dock at the lake. She thought she was completely alone.
I Will Remember You- Ryan Cabrera- Harper was giving Ky time to deal with his family, but she decided she would go to him anyway.
36 Days- Hawk Nelson- This was when Ky was frantically searching for Harper and needed to fix things.
Breathe Me- Sia- Moments during Ky’s dad’s funeral.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Stacy Borel lives in southeast Texas with her huband, two kids, and two dogs. She is a military wife, and prior to that, was a military brat. She loves picking up and moving somewhere new every two to four years. Stacy is a self-proclaimed Facebook addict. If she isn't online, she is either writing or being a mom or wife.