Alli is a young single mom trying to raise her daughter the best that she can.
Jason is a young single father unable to let go of the traumatic loss of his wife.
After a fateful meeting at the park, Alli and Jason become instantly attracted to each other but neither is ready to begin a romantic relationship so they become the best of friends. Throughout time, Alli realizes there truly are good men out there and Jason realizes that everything really does happen for a reason, no matter how traumatic.
Just as Alli and Jason are starting to move beyond friendship, someone from Alli’s past re-appears threatening everyone in her life. As the threat becomes stronger, they must find a way to stop it before Alli not only loses her life, but Jason loses another woman that he loves.
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Michelle Sullivan lives in Las Cruces, New Mexico and is married to the love of her life, Pat. She has 2 adult sons and 3 adorable dogs. When she is not writing she is either working at her current job as an advertising account executive or reading a romance novel. A Leap into Destiny is her debut novel and she has released two more, Room 208 and Sunset after the Storm.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
4 Stars A Leap Into Destiny by Michelle Sullivan is a stand-alone love story that is written about “real people”. Alli & Jason are not rich, they do not have their dream job and they are not living their dream life. They are, however, living their lives and being the best single parents they can be. From the first time they met, something clicked. It started on a fateful day in a playground sandbox with a simple sentence “It looks like your daughter might have a thing for my son.” and their destiny begins. Her past and his past are different from each other, but each has made them who they are today. Both have a limited support system in place and are going through life trying to keep their head above water. Will their pasts ALWAYS haunt them? As Alli & Jason transition from best friends to lovers, his lack of communication & her insecurities cause misunderstandings that they must work through to prove that they have taken the RIGHT Leap Into Destiny. The characters were well developed and the story line was believable. I enjoyed this book.