Fixing The Future by Ali Parker


Fixing love is my business, but having love? Not a chance.

Being a relationship counselor gives me very little hope that if these people can’t figure it out, I sure as heck can’t.

So instead of working on my own love life, I help conflicted lovers, lost lovers, and crazy ex-lovers find love again.

But finding love is like digging a see-through needle out of a haystack.

And there’s a hiccup I’ve not run across before though.

And my number one rule is about to be destroyed. I can just sense it.

No dating clients. Period.

But my latest customer is a mystery. He refuses to turn on his webcam during our sessions.

He blames it on being famous. Something about him makes me want to know more. Lots more.

I get my chance when he sends me a message after one of our sessions to fly out and meet him in Nashville. I can’t say no.

The catch?

He didn’t send the message.

The silver lining?

Going might be just what fixes my own future for good.

Look out love… here I come.

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