What would you do if the most important people in your world were suddenly and violently taken away from you?
Two cars demolished, two families destroyed.
Dani Adams and Ean Montgomery were each forced to see the same grief counselor on a one-to-one basis after a drunk driver killed Dani’s husband, and Ean’s pregnant wife and six-year-old son.
The rules: Communicate only through text messages, and never reveal our real names or other personal details.
In an unconventional twist of therapy, Dani and Ean were each given a private cell phone and only the first initial of each other’s first names. They were then instructed to reach out to one another in order to share their grief…to heal.
Neither planned to contact the other, but with all hope and the will to live gone…
Over the course of a year, through texting alone, they form a unique bond. Friendship blossoms into something deeper. They were never supposed to meet, but fate had other plans. And in their world of loss and despair, something amazing began to grow…
But can the love they found triumph over the deep, soul-twisting pain that never seems to fade?
Revised and re-edited for 2018. Saving Each Other is a full-length contemporary romance novel told from a dual point of view. And, while it's a story about hope, friendship, and how the power of love can piece you back together after you've been shattered into a million unrecognizable pieces, it's a story about loss, and may be a trigger for some people.
No dogs were harmed in the making of this book, tissues are required, and wine, chocolate or wine and chocolate is highly recommended.