Rushing to Distraction (The Foolish Heart)
How do you know when to give up?
Farrah’s so focused on being her best self, she has no time to devote to a relationship. That was until…Jamie. One encounter with a charming man turned her focus into entertaining the idea of romance. He makes it blatantly obvious that commitment is NOT on his agenda. But it doesn’t make her see the reality of their relationship. As Jamie gives “push and pull” affections, Farrah is stuck on an imaginary possibility of a love that will never flourish.
To her defense, she never asked for the feelings. He reminded her how amazing companionship could be. If only…he was ready to be all in.
The outcome is obvious…but how? and why? Are women secretly addicted to romantic distractions? Or is it the chase that makes him more attractive? This story gives the answers and relatable perspectives from a “foolish heart”.
Will her constant attempts to make him love her fail? Or will he see her sacrifices as admirable and CHOOSE her?
This lust-filled suspense read will open reader's minds to questions that goes un-asked when dating. Do you see me as the one? Are you ready for a relationship? No? Well, is it because you simply don't want it with me?
Tap into the heartbreak and engage in the conversations many are too afraid to start with lovers...
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Book Discussion Blogs:
Distracted: Tips on How to Cope w/ Moving On
In “Rushing to Distraction”, Farrah stayed within the feelings of getting distracted by what should have been. In her mind, she settled in the thoughts of what she wanted versus what was standing in front of her. What was in front of her was a man, by the name of Jamie, who refused to give her what she deserved. Instead, Farrah created a facade, making excuses for his inconsistent behavior patterns. Join the Conversation!
"she knew" vs. "he knew"
Dating is tough. In current times, the “getting to know you” phase has turned into “Hey, let’s pretend we’re in a relationship…but you can’t claim me though”. Things move way too fast, resulting in developed feelings that are often hurt because nothing progresses. READ MORE.
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