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From the New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Sandi Lynn, comes a story about second chance love.
They say young love isn’t real. That it’s only our bodies full of raging hormones, and our minds filled with lust that make us think we are in love. I can tell them that they’re wrong. Young love is real. It can, and it does exist, at least in my seventeen-year-old life.
My name is Claire Montgomery and I came from a family of snobs. Born into wealth, against my will, my family would do just about anything to uphold the perfect Montgomery name. I ruined that for them the day my car broke down on the side of the road and I met the love of my life, Sam Snow.
Sam is from Santa Ana and I’m from Newport Beach. Even though, I came from a family of wealth, I wanted nothing to do with any of it. I liked the simple things in life, like Sam. My family didn’t approve of him and they tried to keep us apart by doing the unthinkable. The last thing I remembered was waking up in a hospital bed with no memory of my life.
This story is my journey after my accident to figure out who I am and who I was. The road to recovery wasn’t easy but the one thing that stayed with me after the accident was the soft voice and words I’d never forget: “If your love is true and eternal, you will find your way back to each other again.”