BOOK TOUR SPOTLIGHT: Again Series by Theresa Paolo
(Never) Again & (Once) Again by Theresa
Just when she had finally moved on…
…He moved back.
When college freshman Liz Wagner hears her ex’s
voice for the first time since he moved clear across the freaking country, she does
what any respectable girl would do: Dive into the girls’ bathroom.
Zach Roberts—the Zach Roberts—is back. And he’s
everywhere Liz looks—infiltrating her friend group, buddy-buddy with her brother.
It’s enough to ruin college altogether. But what choice does she have but to put on a
happy face and pretend he didn’t leave her vulnerable and alone in a pile of
Pretending works, until tragedy strikes and the only
person available for comfort is the one person she wants to stay away from. When
Zach turns out not to be the jerk she convinced herself he was, but the boy she used
to love, Liz needs to decide whether to open her heart again to the boy who tore it
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Josh will have to reconcile his past…
In order to make Kat his future.
After surviving a real-life nightmare, Josh Wagner is sent home from his dream
college on crutches. Bedridden and tormented by flashbacks, he’s just seen his world
shattered and his baseball scholarship go up in smoke. Josh’s family hires a health
aide to help take care of him, but when he opens the door, the last person he expects
to see is his biggest regret…
Katherine Singleton is the only girl Josh has ever loved. Now, even though she’s only
taking care of him because it’s her job, Josh is determined to win her back. But Kat had to move on after their breakup two years ago, and despite her feelings for Josh,
a lot has happened since he left…
When Kat’s past comes back to haunt her, Josh decides it’s his turn to take care of
her. But protecting her—and redeeming himself—will put Josh in the line of fire
again. Will he survive this time?
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I tried to hold my head up and give him a dirty look, but it felt like it weighed nine hundred pounds and I wasn’t strong enough.
Zach’s hand cupped my face, holding it up so I looked into those dark, beautiful eyes of his. Warmth spread across my cheeks, seeping into the rest of my body. He pushed my hair out of my face, tucking it behind my ears. I wanted to be mad, but I didn’t have the energy to care.
“You’re a mess.” His lips turned into the smirk I dreamed about for months after he stopped calling. “What happened to my Lizzie?”
“You left her,” I managed to get out before my eyelids became too heavy and I drifted off to sleep.
“You scared me,” she whispered, hot against my ear.
“I scared me too. I’m sorry.”
She pulled back, running a hand through my hair. “Don’t be. But maybe it’s time you see someone.
Just to talk. You need to talk.”
Talking scared me more. But her cold hands on my neck, the curves of her body pressed against
me, her scent, Kat . . . that didn’t scare me at all.
“The only thing I need is you.”
As selfish as it was to hold on to her, I couldn’t let her go. In that moment I truly believed my
words. But my problems were bigger than us. I just didn’t know it yet.
~*~ABOUT THERESA PAOLO~*~
Theresa Paolo lives in the same town she grew up in on Long Island, NY with her
long time boyfriend and their fish. Her debut novel (NEVER) AGAIN, a NA romance,
released in Fall 2013 with Berkley (Penguin). (ONCE) AGAIN will release this
summer. She is also the coauthor of the Amazon bestseller KING SIZED BEDS AND
HAPPY TRAILS and BEACH SIDE BEDS AND SANDY PATHS, a YA contemporary
series, under her pen name Tessa Marie. She has a hard time accepting the fact she’s
thirty, and uses her characters to relive the best and worst years of her life. She put
her love of writing on hold while she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing
from Dowling College. When she’s not writing, she’s behind a camera, reading, or
can be found on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.
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