Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Blogtour: Remember When by SJD Peterson




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Remember When 





Blurb:

Life is simple and hopeful in youth. Luke and Nelson are best friends exploring their budding sexuality. They have big plans for the future, and nothing can stand in their way or tear them apart—except a family move that puts a continent between them.

Ten years later Luke and Nelson meet again, but nothing is simple anymore. As strong as the attraction remains, obligations and expectations come between them as Luke is forced to honor family responsibilities over the desires of his heart.

Impossibly, fate sees fit to offer them a last opportunity to see what might have been. Will the third time be the charm, or is trust so badly broken it is impossible to repair? Can they recapture the innocent love they once knew and make up for all the wasted years? In a love story that spans half a lifetime, two friends destined for each other will have to fight hard for their happily ever after.



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The title of this book evokes all kinds of memories for me. I mean, how many times have you uttered the words, Remember When? Like, remember when I was so cute and innocent?



HAHAHA *wink*

Nelson and Lucas have a lot of memories the title draws to mind too. Some good, some….Not so much. They have been friends since childhood, but life constantly gets in the way of any potential relationship. Each time fate separates them. She is a fickle little thing so of course brings them back together over and over, each time to reminisce about memories and make new ones.

What about you? What’s the first memory to pop in to your head when you hear “Remember When….”

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About the author:


SJD Peterson, better known as Jo, hails from Michigan. Not the best place to live for someone who hates the cold and snow. When not reading or writing, Jo can be found close to the heater checking out NHL stats and watching the Red Wings kick a little butt. Can't cook, misses the clothes hamper nine out of ten tries, but is handy with power tools.








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4 comments:

  1. I remember playing Robin Hood with my friends. I was always Robin. Thanks for the post. The book sounds great!

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    1. I was always superman :) I was even convinced I could fly and climbed up on the roof of the garage to prove it. Ummm, I am no superman LOL

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  2. I remember when my sister, me and our dog used to spend most of the summer playing in the park only going home when we were tired and hungry.

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    1. Now a days it seems we can't get the kids out of the house. I too hated being in the house and other than food didn't come in till the street lights came on :P

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