D.W. Cee

Author of Indelible Love

Indelible Love – Emily’s Story

IndelibleLoveFINALEmily Logan – An adult orphan, foodie, and a believer in happily ever after – gets dumped by Max, her college boyfriend of four years, the night of their graduation, the night he was supposed to propose. Her world shattered, she picks up the pieces when she finds love again with Jake.

Dr. Jake Reid – Successful doctor, loving boyfriend, the one who wants to fulfill Emily’s happily ever after – falls in love with Emily at first sight and pushes their relationship fast and furious.

Max Davis – Reserved, indecisive, Emily’s first love – believes he let go of his first love for her sake, for all the right reasons. Eighteen months after the break-up, he’s ready to win Emily’s heart again.

Insecure from her broken relationship, Emily can’t fully trust Jake’s passion and love for her and struggles between Jake, the man who wants to create a future with her, and Max, the man who wants to relive the past. When both men propose, Emily’s indecision causes her to lose her true love. Laugh, cry and cheer for Emily as her relationships unfold through culinary delights that begin in Napa Valley and weaves through eateries in San Francisco, Kyoto, Tokyo, Los Angeles, and Paris. Who she chooses for her happily ever after may surprise you in the end.

Indelible Love – Emily’s Story (the first in the series) is available for purchase at: Amazon , iBooks, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords

4 Responses to Indelible Love – Emily’s Story

  1. Tasha says:

    I just wanted to say I have never read any of your books but I read indelible love Emily’s story and I could not put it down really looking forward to reading the rest of your books

  2. I’m not trying to be rude, but I believe on page 712 for the iPad version, it’s says ‘Mrs. Jake Reid’. Shouldn’t it have been Dr. Jake Reid, or Mr. Jake Reid, or Mrs. Emily Reid? And, in a few other pages, punctuation was not correct, and the grammar was sometimes, also incorrect. On one page, I had found that when, I belive it was Emily, Emily was talking, there was only one quotation mark, at the end only. Though I very much enjoyed this book. There were very few mistakes involved, well, less than the mistakes I have found in previous books. If I were to rate this book out of a 10, I would say a 9.89%. I really enjoyed this book, and to my delight, it was so good, I only finished it in about 3 days, though I wished it was in 2. I would recommend this book, to anyone who enjoys books in general. Though I will have to admit, this is more off a girls book, from my opinion.

  3. Anonymous says:

    You’re an incredible writer!!! You’ve kept me busy this summer with your creativity. Indelible Love and Max and Jane’s Story have transported my mind into a whole different world.

  4. Destiny says:

    I just wanted to say that I fell in love with this story on Kindle. I couldn’t put it down. I found myself reading and cooking dinner. Lol. It is a great story. I’ve never laughed and cried while reading any book. I was excited to read Jake’s story and then to find this blog, I was even more excited. Can’t wait to read Entwined and many more of your books. Thank you!

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