You're Still the One by Sasha Clinton
One love. One man. Two chances.
Ashley has her life sorted out. After a painful divorce, she has now rebuilt her life as an editor. She is happy with her life—until her ex-husband Andrew walks into it, opening up the deep scars that even time has failed to heal.
He’s gorgeous, funny and as utterly tempting as he was seven years ago. Plus, being the editor for his new book, she cannot avoid him. But Andrew has his own issues lingering from the past.
Bound together by work, every breath they take draws them closer, into the same hopeless, passionate love that they once shared...
Marriage is a lifetime commitment of growth; learning to grow as an individual and as a part of a team. The book explores the life of two people who discovers how easy it is to fall into marriage but hard to keep the vows you once shared.
Ashley has her whole life planned by the book. Everything she has set her eyes on is already written in her timeline as she'd do whatever it takes to achieve them, despite the minor setbacks. But one night and one person was all it took to change it completely: Andrew. They fell in love fast and got married faster. And, because of that, hardships hit them harder until they eventually caved in. Years later, they meet again, only this time, would they let the past dictate the path they may take in the future?
I love how honest this book is. It showed both the highs and lows of marriage, how it certainly is built in communication, trust and genuine care for the other. Both characters grew up as individuals and later on, learned to be part of a team of two. The growth of these two characters lead them to the lives they wanted, and to a future that definitely looks brighter.
Sasha Clinton discovered romance novels at the age of thirteen and has been addicted to the genre ever since. After getting a degree in Chemical Engineering and realizing that there was no way she could ever be an engineer, she decided to follow her passion and write romance novels. Sasha has lived in New Delhi, Melbourne, Manchester and Boston and continues to move frequently. But wherever she is, she’s hard at work on her next book.