For The Love of Hockey RELEASE TOUR
by Taylor Lavati
Lindsay Wilson has spent her entire life protecting her five younger siblings. At eighteen, she knew the man she’d devote her life to, but when he left her, her passion dimmed. Engrossing herself in her small business and jumping from guy to guy could only distract her for so long.
Finn Jacobs chose his dream of playing professional hockey over the girl he loved. Year after year he competed, throwing himself into the game. After an injury that could end his career for good, he begins to question his decision all those years ago.
Six years later, Lindsay and Finn’s paths cross yet again. The reunion is less than ideal, both unhappy and unfulfilled in their personal lives. Lindsay’s barriers begin to crumble as Finn discovers she’s not the same girl he left behind. They try to avoid each other, but sometimes life forces you to face your past mistakes to make them right. Can their love survive a second chance?
In this inspiring tale of true love and loss, Finn and Lindsay discover each other and find their forever.
Back to December- Taylor Swift
Dear God- Avenged Sevenfold
Goodbye- Secondhand Serenade
Iris- Goo Goo Dolls
Vanilla Twilight- Owl City
Fix You- Coldplay
Hate That I Love You- Rihanna and Neyo
I Think About You Everyday- A Rocket To The Moon
Save Tonight– Eagle-Eye Cherry
I Won’t Give Up- Jason Mraz
Second Chance- Shinedown
Hey There Delilah- Plain White Tees
Need You Now- Lady Antebellum
“I avoided you for six years, so I can do it again.”
“What if I don’t let you this time?”
“It’s not your choice, Finn. You made yours a long time ago. You left me after I gave you everything. Sorry, I don’t want to be friends. I don’t want to be anything. I want to get through my brother’s wedding and move on. Okay? Do you understand?”
“Yeah, Linds. I understand. I don’t agree, though.”
“Well, I don’t care what you think.”
“Let me be there for you. I won’t push for anything more than friends, but I want to know you again.” I sounded like a baby, but I needed to know her. It was this nagging urge that always lived in the back of my head and now that she was in front of me, my career was shit, and I had more time to think, I seriously regretted ever letting her go. I just wanted to know who she was now. Being a stranger to Lindsay was like not knowing myself. I never really felt complete.
“Finn, stop. Don’t you get that this hurts me, too? Just seeing you makes me feel like I’m going to puke.”
“Stop being dramatic.” I rolled my eyes at her. “I highly doubt that I literally make you sick. I’m not that terrible looking.”
She shot me a glare that I so wanted to see. I had missed the angry looks that weren’t really angry. She was a big faker, a drama queen. I loved getting her a little frazzled just to see how far those buttons could be pushed. She was more honest, and it got her relaxed. She needed to step out of her shell and drop some of her walls.
“You’re pretty bad, though,” she joked.
“Friends, Linds? Is that too much to ask?”
“Yeah, Finn. It is.”
About the Author
Taylor Lavati is a twenty-something year old author residing in a small town in Connecticut with her husband and dog. She writes both Young Adult and New Adult romances with ranging genres from fantasy, A Curse Books trilogy, to dark romance, A Reliant Love. When not writing, she enjoys playing video games, hiking, and spending time with family.
Romance with a bit of CHAOS.
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