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Title: Girl Departs Three, Part 1
Author: Suzie T. Roos
Genre: YA Contemporary Romance
Release Date: April 12th, 2016
Publisher: Indie Published
Print Length: 220 pages
Format: Paperback and Digital
The choice was clear. Wasn’t it…?
Zach and his family made it impossible for Tatum to be his girlfriend. Nigel made it oh-so-easy for Tate to move on. But the shock of seeing Zach again, of finally meeting his mobster family, and even coming face to face with his fiancé, convinced Tatum more than ever that Nigel was the one for her.
Tatum knows Zach still dreams of one day sharing his life with her, but Nigel offers her his life now – no dreaming necessary. And while Zach spends a month entertaining the fiancé that has been forced upon him by his family, why shouldn’t Tatum take her relationship with Nigel to the next level?
When Nigel betrays Tatum her heart is broken. What once was clear becomes dark. She finds herself by Zach’s side yet again, needing him in a way she never imagined.
Zach or Nigel?
The decision isn’t easy because Tatum has learned the hard way—
Choices last a moment. Consequences last a lifetime.
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Choices last a moment, consequences last a lifetime… Zach or Nigel? Nigel gives her his life now, but Zach can only offer her a dream of one day. So how does she choose, how can she choose which love is worth the fight? In Girl Departs Three, Part 1, the third book in Suzie T. Roos Spoken For Series, Tatum is stuck between an Italian and heartbreak and she tries to decide which man deserves her heart. If you enjoyed the emotional depth of Some Boys by Patty Blount, you’ll lose your heart to Girl Departs Three.
Jessie stepped around Di and me and grabbed Sam. “Okay, time to call you a ride.”
“Wait. Take your hands off her,” I said.
He looked at me with the eyes of someone who’d failed a math class. “Tatum, you don’t want to do this.”
Jessie’s reaction told me otherwise. “So Sam, what happened at this party? Is that how you know him? I won’t judge you. You know . . . us girls.”
“Just Nigel said he would take me home, but we ended up talking and then went into a bedroom. I don’t know . . . one thing led to another. Nigel—”
“Okay, that’s enough.” Jessie grabbed Sam’s shoulders.
“Jessie, don’t make me kick you in the balls. Let her go. Now.”
Sam’s balance was worse than a toddler’s.
“Like how? What led to one thing or another? I mean . . . did you?” I said, with my heart rate faster than the norm. If I didn’t come off threatening, she would “trust” me. She was drunk with truth serum.
“Damn it, Tate.” Jessie shook his head and stormed off toward the house.
Di got closer to Sam. “It’s just us, do tell. We won’t say anything.” Her voice was wicked.
“I’ll never forget . . . Nigel and me, we talked it seemed like forever. He’s the only guy I’ve been with who talked beforehand. We started making out and then doing it. But he stopped. I don’t know why he stopped, but he did.”
“When was this party, Sam? Do you remember?” Di asked.
I was glad Di said something, because my heart leaped up inside my throat from hearing my boyfriend had screwed this girl.
“Right before Christmas.”
“This past Christmas, Sam?” I asked. Begging for anything besides yes.
Sam glanced up to the sky, but her eyes narrowed. “Yup. The Friday before Christmas. Yup.” She tried to grin, but it looked more like Jack Nicholson playing the Joker in Batman.
In my head, I was doing the timeline as quick as I could because my heart was going to explode. Or maybe it was my gut pushing up to my chest. I felt like throwing up. Christmas Eve was on a Sunday. That party she’s talking about must have been the Friday before. Two days before Nigel asked me to go steady with him.
“Anyway, he hurt my feelings, but I forgive—”
“Tatum?” I looked up toward Nigel’s voice. He was hustling out of the house with drinks in his hands, Tommy and Jessie in tow.
“There he is, Sam. Go congratulate him.” Di turned Sam around to face him.
Nigel stopped dead in his tracks.
My chest rose, and my breath caught. He always said I should be honest with him. Be truthful with him. Love him. I did, and the hypocrite was a player.
After everything we’ve been through, he lied to me. He was with another girl while we were dating? We began seeing each other after Thanksgiving. Oh my god. That whole time . . .
About Suzie T. Roos:
Suzie T. Roos is from, and has settled in, St. Louis with her husband, two children and a number of foster pets at any given time.
She and her husband have lived everywhere from Philadelphia, PA to out West in Santa Monica, Ca. They’re thankful they could expose their children to different American lifestyles and cultures.
Besides writing, Suzie’s hobbies include movies, traveling, and especially concert going her husband and friends.
She’s always been an animal lover and animal rights advocate. She is certified by FEMA in IS-00011.a Animal in Disasters: Community Planning. She’s also an active volunteer at the Humane Society of Missouri.
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