41NM6dYxVGL._SX341_BO1,204,203,200_For as long as I can remember, the idea of turning eighteen was the most thrilling thing since I got my first iPhone. In my mind it was a right of passage. It signified the transformation from an adolescent into an adult just like a butterfly leaving its cocoon.

The day I turned eighteen I woke up feeling different, new and blessed with the knowledge that I ultimately knew absolutely everything there was to know about what matters most; Life, Love, Happiness, Finances and last but not least, Men. It also meant that I no longer had to hide the fact that I enjoyed a fun party and a great romp in the hay, with as many men as I wanted. I no longer had a curfew nor did I need my parents permission to do as I pleased. The greatest gift I received when turning eighteen was freedom, or so I thought.

I’ll never forget the Friday on a chilly day in late November when I first met Micah Cole. Nor will I ever forget the way that he saved me from myself and what would have been a future that would have left Mother Teresa cringing and Gandhi speechless.

A spontaneous and romantic dinner of the best Chicken Parmesan I’ve ever had in my life and a night in the arms of a man I’d just met, opened my eyes to see that by turning eighteen, I hadn’t seen anything yet…. But I was about to.

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About the Author

Shaunna Rodriguez is an award winning, best selling author. Shaunna published her first book in 2005 and since that time she ahs written over 100 books including such titles as Country Heels, Body Butter and Dark Water. Shaunna loves to travel to exotic places and loves spending time with her friends and family (when she isn’t writing, that is)!
Best Selling Author with a natural passion for writing and a love for traveling.

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