Cover Reveal: It Goes Without Saying by Taylor Danae Colbert

 

It Goes Without Saying
by Taylor Danae Colbert

 

Throughout Bria’s teen years, Knox was her rock, her person, her constant—but never her boyfriend. And for all those years, she told herself that was exactly how she wanted it to be.

Yeah, right.

Knox wasn’t the one that got away—he was the one that never was.

Now, Bria’s full-on adulting, and she’s crushing it. She’s got a grown-up job, a lush D.C. apartment, a dreamy med-student fiancé. What more could a girl want?

But when a family crisis lands her back in her hometown of Dalesville, she finds herself face-to-face with the one thing she always wanted and never had: Knox.

But she’s determined to keep her feelings for Knox in the past. It doesn’t matter that he’s as charming as ever, and looks even better with age. It doesn’t matter that she discovers huge sacrifices he made for her, way back when.

Nope, it doesn’t matter.

. . . Right?

Taylor has been writing since the tender age of seven, when her mother bought her her first typewriter. Once she finished her first work, a tall tale about a girl with hair that grew too fast, her father told her she should be published. And so, her lifelong dream of becoming a published writer was born. ​

Taylor never thought of herself as a romance writer, but it turns out, she loves love. ​

When she’s not chasing her toddler, watching Impractical Jokers with her husband, running, or playing around with her two pups, she’s probably on her couch under her favorite blanket, either writing a book, or reading one.

Taylor lives in Maryland, where she was born and raised. For more information, visit the following links:

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