Love Me In The Rain
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Bailey Warner looked over at her boyfriend and made a decision. She’s leaving him. As soon as she has the money, she’s out of there. Chad’s a liar and a con man, and not a nice one at that. He was always making her do things for financial gain, for his financial gain, just like he was now. She looked at the man beside her and decided enough was enough. If he was telling her that she needed to flirt her arse off to woo this potential investor, then he clearly didn't respect her, let alone love her.
If only leaving Chad was easy. In three short months, her life goes from bad to worse, and eventually Bailey ends up homeless and alone in a city where the only two people she knew had let her down. It seems that everything is conspiring against her and all she needs is a friendly face, someone to lean on until she gets back on her feet. Bailey isn’t looking for handouts, and she’s not looking for love either. Romance and finding the man of her dreams is the last thing on her mind. Right now, she’d settle for a warm, dry bed in a safe place. Surely, that wasn’t too much to ask, was it?
Cole had been hiding behind his scars since he was eleven years old. He tried not to let them define who he was, but it was hard. The scars were right there, every time someone looked at him they were the first things they saw. He could see their eyes drawn to the scars like moths to a flame, then would come the awkwardness. He hated that the most. Girls might like a little scar or two on a bad boy, but scars like Cole’s, well, that was another matter, and something he knew meant true love was probably beyond his reach. He’d never get to have the love, marriage, kids and happy ever after that he craved so badly. Anthea told him that all the time. He knew marrying her was probably the best shot he’d get at family life. Anthea was marrying Cole for his money. He knew that, she’d made no secret of the fact that she was only with him for his money, and while it wasn’t ideal, Cole resolved himself to the fact that this was how it was meant to be.
Then he met Bailey Warner, and that was when things changed. The meeting with a potential business partner and his girlfriend had left Cole re-assessing his life choices. Maybe there was more for him than what Anthea was prepared to give. Cole felt an attraction to Bailey, right from the minute he shook her hand and she smiled at him, from that moment he was gone. But Bailey was someone else’s girl, so no matter what he felt that night, he needed to stop fantasising of a future with her. He needed to get her out of his head and stop dreaming of something that will never be, and that’s what he’d managed to do, until late one night exactly three months after they first met. By some twist of fate, he had a chance at a future with Bailey, but will Cole’s insecurities cost him everything he’s dreamed of?