The Hairdresser Diaries

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For Tatum, love has always been something to keep at a distance. It was easier and it was safer. As an independent young woman she is content to enjoy a life split casually between friends and her career. Her life changes one night when by chance she meets the mysterious Cole and finds herself irresistibly drawn to him. Almost instantly he leaves a lingering impression on her that is so perfect it's terrifying. Soon she isn’t sure what she wants and finds it impossible to get him off her mind. It’s everything about him. It’s the scent of him that lingers, the closeness of his breath, the slightest touch of his skin and the blue of his eyes that makes her very soul ache. The last thing she wants is to admit to love and the inevitable complications that come with it. But it isn’t long before her inability to reconcile what her heart wants sends her life spiraling out of her control and she becomes trapped in a dance of giving in and running away.

Before two people can share their lives, they need to face their past.

When I originally started this book I started it from the middle because I knew where I wanted it to go I just didn't know how I wanted it to begin. It took me a while to write this one only because I had to keep reminding myself that the characters are human and they don't have super powers.

There is a lot of misconception about this book. People think because it is called The Hairdresser Diaries that it is a book about funny stories in a salon. That is not the case. Why Yes I AM a Hairdresser, this book is not about me. The girl in the story is a hairdresser and that's pretty much it. It was my first book. I wrote what I knew and went from there. Sorry if you thought otherwise, but it pretty much tells you in the description of what it's about.

I've been asked if there will be a sequel to this one. I honestly don't know. I have thought about it, but can't make any promises that it will happen. If I ever manage to find some down time it could be a possibility. That basically means I would have to hit the lotto and move to my own private island and request private, monthly concerts from Adam Levine, and or weekly massages from Kellan Lutz, but of course that would never happen. A girl can dream right?

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