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Hattie Lou - book author

I enjoy writing, reading, listening to music, and watching baseball.

Hattie Lou is the author of books: Better With You, Fame You

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Tate and I had a unique bond. We started out as friends but ended up dating. He was the center of my world until one day when he just up and left without a trace. Tate left behind two important things, his baseball glove and my broken heart.

I knew from the first moment I met Harper that she was special. She was more than just a girl who was my best friend. She meant everything to me. Asking her to be my girlfriend is something that I never regretted. I just wish I could have stayed. I loved that girl with all of my heart and it pained me to walk away from her, but what choice did I have?

Harper arrives in Boston to get away from everyone including her fiancé. She wants to be alone so she can think. Little does she know Tate lives in Boston. He is no longer the boy that she used to date but is now a grown man with tattoos. The plan was to take time away to clear her mind. Plans have suddenly changed. Seeing Tate has made Harper question her future and her heart.
Olivia has learned that life doesn’t always go the way you want it to go. She didn’t expect to be a widow and a single mother at a young age. Olivia’s life changes for the better when she meets a woman who in time becomes a second mom to her. She spends her days and nights taking care of the woman.

Growing up, Luke destined to be a Hollywood star just like his famous screenwriter father, becomes addicted to the celebrity life in Hollywood and lives for the camera’s attention. It makes him feel good that guys want to be him and women want to be with him. He can’t get enough of the fame.

Luke shows up unannounced at his mother’s house after years of not speaking to her, and he finds out that his mother has a live-in caregiver, Olivia. Luke and Olivia don’t hit it off at first, but soon Luke comes to realize that the first impression isn’t always the right impression. Sometimes there’s more than meets the eye.