Published by Rainbow Rage Publishing on October 15, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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A Lost in Oblivion Outtake — Simon & Margo
All he wants is forever.
With the crash and burn of Simon Kagan's singing career, things have been a little off between him and Margo Reece. The passion is there—it's always there—but he wants to make sure she knows just how invested and committed he is to making her happy.
Even if that means breaking out a ring and convincing her to wear one.
Originally published in the Love Ever After boxed set in September, 2015
It’s been five months and Simon Kagan is doing everything to heal his fractured vocal cords and generate income for the band in the meantime. He and Margo Reece are back in California, living together though they often feel like ships passing in the night as she’s just as busy with symphony and studio work. He’s ready to get committed; she’s fine with the way things stand.
I’ve come to adore this couple with whom I never thought I’d ever form a bond. Simon has shown such growth and maturity, pretty much astounding everyone around him. As different as these two are, they’re just about a perfect match. I loved the conflicts they faced in this story as they mirrored real life issues. Both of them evolved to another level, surprising given the hurdles they soared over in the last book.
It’s a short but angsty and fulfilling interlude with these two. The best part is it’s not over yet and I’m anxious about what’s next.