ARC Review: YESTERDAY IS GONE by USA Today Bestselling Author H.J. BELLUS @HJBellus

Title: Yesterday Is Gone

Author: HJ Bellus

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: September 11, 2018

Publisher: Limitless Publishing


They say going home is easy, and in all reality, it should be. Just not for me.
The small, one-horse town that gave me my roots, that made my soul thrive, is also the
place I never wanted to set foot in again. I left everything behind and never looked back.
Until now. With the death of the man who raised me, I’m forced to return to Boone.
Old wounds resurface, and heartache and loss trump everything once more.
Seeing the man who shattered my world the night of our high school graduation almost
brings me to my knees. Jessie, my once best friend and love of my life, ruined it all for
me…for us.
I’m back in Boone…and my secret is about to rattle the tiny town.



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This is story of second chances, and one mistake and how one mistake at eighteen can impact on your life.
Jessie and Jules has been best friends since children which turned to love as they got older. Jessie made a big mistake and loses Jules for many years.
This is a great story Jules is an author and Jessie is now a football Coach. When Jules comes back to town when her Papa dies and to support her Nana.
Jessie meets his lively daughter Whit who steals the show. This is a great entertainment, much more than usual second chance romance. I would say its warmhearted and it was a pleasure to read. We have dual narration, which always my favourite way to read. A great romance that kept me glued to the pages with great and funny entertainment. I can’t recommend this book enough. I also pleased to have a new author to put on my must buy list.
HJ Bellus is a small-town girl who loves the art of storytelling. When not making readers laugh or cry, she’s a part-time livestock wrangler that can be found in the middle of Idaho, shot gunning a beer while listening to some Miranda Lambert on her Beats and rocking out in her boots.

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