Ellen Mitchell did not picture her life ending up this way. She did not imagine that she would be nearing thirty, dealing with her mother’s terminal cancer and taking life day by day with nothing to look forward to. Then she gets an e-mail from Simon Avery, and this all changes. Her former professor and best friend offers to help get her dream of writing off the ground, and restarts the social life that died when Ellen stepped off the University campus. But their relationship had never been simple, and Ellen soon finds out that nothing has changed between them, including the love she had for him. It’s leaving her wondering if she should tell him everything she never could, or let the one who got away slip through her fingers again.
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What People Are Saying:
“If the amount of time it takes me to finish a book is indicative of how well I enjoy it, it should say a lot that I finished this one in only a couple days. According to my husband, I didn’t ‘read’ it, I ‘devoured’ it. Then again, I think he was getting a tad jealous of Simon. I read Megan’s first novel and really enjoyed it. I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed with this one. Highly recommended.” -Stephanie I.
“Another great book from Megan Trennett… a nice story about falling in love in the midst of dealing with the death of a loved one. Heartwarming and a great read!” – Rachel T
“At first, I wasn’t quite sure what to think about Altered Ending. Ellen is quite the downer in the beginning and things don’t really start to pick up from her until her former fling comes back into the picture. I think it is only human to struggle with wanting more in life and I honestly felt for Ellen throughout most of the book. For a lack of better terms, she definitely has her hands full and I think it is fate’s way of stepping in and bringing a love interest. Ironically though, it is one from the past. Overall, this book is a quality read and I definitely enjoyed it. After all, complicated relationships make for the best stories.” – Sara P
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