To My Loves by Jen Cousineau


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Peyton and Colton grew up not only as brother and sister, but as thick as thieves. After the sudden death of their parents, Colton decides to enroll in the Marines, bringing Peyton along for the ride. While Colton falls for the love of his life, Peyton settles for a man who she has fun with.

But when Colton receives his orders for deployment, he leaves Peyton to take his place next to his newly pregnant wife Julia until he returns.

When double tragedy strikes, Peyton barely manages to hold on to her own life, struggling to make sense of everything happening around her. With her grip slowly slipping, the third tragedy hits when her doctor tells her that it might be time for her to let go.

Will the news from her doctor finally set her free and allow her to truly live? Or will the verdict only cause her to give up completely?



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About Jen Cousineau


Wisconsinite. Romance Author. ItWorks distributor. Mother to twins. Wife. Adventurist wannabe. Fitness enthusiast. Foodie. Hunter. Dreamer. Coffee and Chapstick addict.

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To My Loves
Jen Cousineau

OMG! This story was such a tear jerker! I couldn't put it down. Colton and Peyton end up losing their parents and now as they are older it seems life doesn't get better. Sure they have they friends/family, but turn of events happen. Just remember to take time out of your busy day to truly live!

I have not cried so much in so long. To see so much happen is unbearable. It makes you think deeply about your life. Karma seems to happen, but then there is life and you may sometimes question it.

I thought it was a great story, even though I wished things could have been different. The story has so many ups and downs, but makes you think twice. I hope everyone gets a chance to read it.


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