Release Date: October 3, 2016
She knew what it was like to feel unwanted.
At an early age Eliza Anderson learned a very hard lesson. Sometimes the people who are supposed to love you the most are the ones that cause you the most pain. She learned to guard herself, hesitating to let anyone close for fear of feeling that rejection all over again. Then Ethan came into her life, and what had started as a simple childhood crush morphed into a friendship she eventually came to cherish above all else. He was her safe place. Her rock. A shoulder she could lean on. Until he ripped it all away.
He knew what it was like to feel like an outsider.
Ethan Prewitt grew up learning that you couldn’t always trust the people you loved the most to be there. That sense of security he craved had always alluded him, leaving him to feel like an interloper in his own home. He dreamed of escaping the small town of Pembrooke and building a life where he didn’t have to depend on anyone but himself. What he never expected was for his friendship with Eliza to grow into something that meant everything to him.
Mistakes were made. Hearts were broken. But now Ethan’s home and he’s determined to make it right. It was time for their relationship to come full circle.
Because what they had was once in a lifetime.
Praise for Coming Full Circle:
Coming Full Circle is a heartbreaking, sweet, angsty, friends-to-lovers story with one of the strongest heroine’s I’ve ever seen, and an even hotter hero who knows how to grovel. I say it every time, but THIS is my new favorite from Jessica Prince! – USA Today Bestselling Author, Tara Sivec
Jessica Prince scores a touchdown with this friends turned lovers story! You’ll become a cheerleader for this couple as their love comes full circle after years of heartbreak and misunderstandings. – Book Starlets Book Blog
This book is one of those books that affected me on a visceral level, as I love the way Ms. Prince writes, I love her stories and how she has the ability with her words. – My Girlfriend’s Couch Book Blog
I’m basically half in love with Jessica Prince at this point because every time I pick up one of her books I’m left smiling, happy, and completely satisfied. – 1-Click Addicts Support Group