Thursday, March 19, 2015

Blog Tour Stop: The Problem With Heartache (Crazy in Love #3) by Lauren K. McKellar

The problem with heartache is that there’s no one-size-fits-all relief package. You can go to classes; you can try to embrace change. But when you wake up at two in the morning, a smile on your face because you’ve dreamt about the could have—the should have—nothing will console you.
Because seconds later, you remember.
And remembering can rip you apart


Kate will do anything for her family. It’s why she took the job with Lee. It’s why she’s attempting to forget her pain. But it's hard to forget, when you're desperate to hold on. Even if Lee Collins is the perfect package.

Lee will do anything for the ones he cares about. It’s why he hired Kate. 
It’s why he keeps his secrets; and it’s why he cannot, will not fall in love. Not with Kate—not with anyone.

The one thing he can’t forgive.
The one thing she can’t forget

The Problem With Heartache.

The one thing he can’t forgive.
The one thing she can’t forget

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I was quiet. My head was spinning. It was two days later and I was sitting in yet another hotel lobby, waiting for the boys to come out of their interview while scrolling through my phone, trying to pretend that status updates like ‘Nom nom nom’ and ‘I’m super passive-aggressively picking on you’ were worth caring about.
                My heart wasn’t in it.
                My heart was at the lake.
                My heart was six-foot under.
                Despite being woken daily by Lee at the door of my room, despite three mammoth runs through the national park, I still wasn’t able to sleep. The hurt was just too real. It lingered in my bloodstream, eating away at my body. Not only that, but right now, my body ached from all the exercise and I needed to sit down. I figured the boys would be all right to make it from the interview room back to the lobby unsupervised, just this once. Yes, I had officially reached non-caring.
                Lee, though? Lee had been nothing but caring. Every morning he’d knock, and every morning we’d run, without a word, alone but together. Separate, yet as one.
                If Lachlan were alive, would I even know Lee like this at all?
                I shook my head, trying to rush the morbid thought away, but it just wouldn’t quit. Apparently it liked harbouring its depression within my soul; it was comfortable there. Hurt loved to hide—sneak up on you like an uninvited guest when you least expected it. 
                And I never sent out a damn invitation.
                “Mind if I join you?” Lottie had already sat next to me before she’d finished the sentence. 

About the Author
Lauren K. McKellar is an author and editor. Her debut novel, Finding Home, was released through Escape Publishing on October 1, 2013, and her second release, NA Contemporary Romance The Problem With Crazy, is self-published, and is available now. She loves books that evoke emotion, and hope hers make you feel.

Lauren lives by the beach in Australia with her husband and their two dogs. Most of the time, all three of them are well behaved.

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