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When He Feels Like Home

Ann’Renee has a seemingly perfect life. She got into her dream school, moved away from the small town where she was raised and then never looked back. Her new life became everything she wanted it to be complete with a great job, great home, supportive family and filthy rich boyfriend of nine years. However, when her grandmother unexpectedly dies she rushes home to be with her family and quickly realizes everything she’s ever known has changed and is still changing, a fact that is only assured by her meeting a local mechanic who pushes her to face her own insecurities and decipher the advice her grandmother gave her years and years ago. Ann’Renee is forced to decide quickly if a man feeling like home means means a calmness in her heart or familiarity for her routine.

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" Mia (M.L. Bash) is a 20 year old from southern Louisiana. Her passion for writing started in the third grade with short poems and developed in to 200 page short stories written on the front and back of loose leaf pieces of paper by the time she entered middle school. Writing has always been something she has wanted to pursue but never thought that she could excel at. She always shared her writing with her close friends and after much encouragement decided that she would share it with everyone else as well. She is continuously attempting to advance her craft and is her own worse critic. She sometimes write full novels just to reread and trash them later which is something she is currently working on and she is forever thankful for the friends and family that remain her support system. "

Ann’Renee has a seemingly perfect life. She got into her dream school, moved away from the small town where she was raised and then never looked back. Her new life became everything she wanted it to be complete with a great job, great home, supportive family and filthy rich boyfriend of nine years. However, when her grandmother unexpectedly dies she rushes home to be with her family and quickly realizes everything she’s ever known has changed and is still changing, a fact that is only assured by her meeting a local mechanic who pushes her to face her own insecurities and decipher the advice her grandmother gave her years and years ago. Ann’Renee is forced to decide quickly if a man feeling like home means means a calmness in her heart or familiarity for her routine.

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