Only in Time by Kelli McCracken
Secrets and lies kept Ally and Jonah apart. Now he’s back with a confession that could change the way she feels—or cost him everything. Jonah McCabe has no time for love. As one of L.A.'s hottest record producers, his long days and short nights keep his schedule full and his bed empty. When his current project leads him home to Savannah, a last-minute favor forces him to face his past. He never expected to run into Ally. He sure as hell didn't plan to win her back. Ally Jacobs worked her ass off to get her new promotion. She had no clue it would require her to return to Savannah, the place she was desperate to leave six years ago. Time away hasn't helped her forget Jonah. Though she claims she's over him, a girls’ night out brings them face to face. Ally vows to keep Jonah at a safe distance, but his southern charm draws her back into his world. When Ally feels her resistance faltering, she must decide if Jonah is worth getting her heart broken again. He isn't making it easy. Jonah refuses to back down until Ally knows the truth, but it could be the one thing that breaks her. * * * Can the past change the future? Find out in Only in Time, the Prequel to the Touched by Magic Series, a steamy, second-chance, rock star romance fans of Ali Parker and Penny Wylder are devouring. Suggested Reading Order: Only in Time (Prequel - Ally & Jonah) Longing for You (Book 1 - Cassie & Theo) Colliding with You (Book 2 - Cori & Jesse)
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