Title: Breaking Everly
Author: K.L. Jessop
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Sports Romance
Release Date: September 3, 2019 Cover Design: Najla Qamber Designs Photographer: Lindee Robinson Photography
Two hearts. One extraordinary connection. A love like no other…
Everly.
From the moment I laid eyes on him at the age of fourteen, I knew he was my forever.
We made memories.
We shared our dreams.
He was my world.
But one night, everything changed.
My beautiful life was ripped apart, my heart broken into thousands of pieces, and my only hope of finding freedom was to run.
Life became dark—unbearable—until devastation hit again. 
Now, the only way to heal my heart is to make a promise that will break his.
Adam.
Her smile stole my heart the very second I saw her.
Her eyes became my home and I knew our love would last forever.
But then, everything changed.
She was my world, my only love, and I have spent years trying to figure what I did to lose her.
I resigned myself to the fact I wasn’t going to see her again, until fate played its role.
Now she’s back, but as much as I want to help her to heal, I’m still working on fixing my own heart— the one she broke.
Kate has lived in South West England her entire life just on the edge of Dartmoor where the moorland goes on for days. It’s beautiful, breath-taking and occasionally rather wet. 

She is a dyslexic author and finds things challenging which often leads to banging her head against the wall or searching for vodka. 
Kate loves anything creative, her college years were spent in the art room, she has numerous qualifications in advanced nail art and as well as writing her passion is photography.
She probably swears way more than she should. Her mum makes the best cupcakes in history, and she goes weak at the knees for a guy with a five o’clock shadow.
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