WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“Baron does a fantastic job showing the emotional and romantic depths that the lead male character goes through in the name of love.”
— Martin’s View
Ken never thought much about love before meeting Melissa. Even after meeting Melissa, he didn't think much about love – he just assumed he was the luckiest guy on Earth. As it turns out, though, love means more to Ken than he ever could have imagined, and he's going to realize this in the most remarkable way.
Melissa has been dedicated to causes her entire life. She has numerous talents and passions, but none of them would mean anything to her without her causes. Giving herself to others allows her to ignore the dark cloud hanging over her head...almost.
Ken and Melissa are at the dawn of a magnificent life together. A passionate romance has led them to the doorstep of marriage. While searching for the perfect wedding present for Melissa, Ken stumbles into a mysterious shop. There, he is given an extraordinary opportunity – to look in on Melissa when she was a girl. Ken has always wished he could have known Melissa from the day she was born and this seems like an incredible blessing. Until he discovers a terrible secret in Melissa's past, one so awful she has found it impossible to mention to him.
Now Ken has another extraordinary opportunity. He can go back in time and change the horrible event that has left an indelible mark on Melissa. He can free her of this burden – but doing so could change things so completely that they might never meet.
Ken has repeatedly told Melissa that he would do anything for her. But would he truly do anything?
About the Author...
A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Lou Aronica is known for the uncommon depth of emotion to his stories and the vivid realism of his characters. New York Times bestselling author Susan Elizabeth Phillips called The Forever Year “pure pleasure from beginning to end, beautifully written and emotionally rich” and Blogcritics said that Blue was “like experiencing a lucid dream with depth and detail that play on all five senses.”