Title: That Was Yesterday
Author: HJ Bellus
Genre: Contemporary Romance (standalone)
Release Date: December 4, 2018
One call. That’s all it took to change everything. The sweet voice on the other end of the line delivered a blow I never saw coming. Fighting for our country’s freedom and staring death in the eye was nothing compared to this news. History has one hell of a way repeating itself. Kate Wilson’s voice didn’t waver once as she turned my worst nightmare into a reality, and her words weaved a cruel poetic justice.
I hadn’t been back home in over two years. Once I pulled into the one-horse town, I was greeted by the gorgeous blonde.
Kate extended her hand and offered me a warm smile. The connection was made. The innocent beauty has no idea that she just flipped my life upside down.
She’d unearthed secrets that can never be buried.
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Where to start this review I have no idea because this book is absolutely AMAZING I mean AMAZING! I loved every minute of it and I could not get enough. I stayed up till 3am in the morning till I finished this book because I needed to know what was going to happen to Max and Kate. This story gutted me and tore my heart out and then HJ sewed my heart back together again. There was lot's of action and suspense in this story as Max is away for 6 years and gets a phone call that changes everything for him.
Kate I can't say enough about Kate because she is a loving person with the perfect soul. She was everything Max needed and more. It took them so ups and downs to get to where they wanted to be but it was well worth it because what happens between the both of them is simply amazing and has made this a story I will read again and again. This is a must read romance story that HJ will have you on such a rollercoaster ride that once you stop you will be swooning over Max because he is that kinda guy!
HJ Bellus is a small-town girl who loves the art of storytelling. When not making readers laugh or cry, she's a part-time livestock wrangler that can be found in the middle of Idaho, shot gunning a beer while listening to some Miranda Lambert on her Beats and rocking out in her boots.