Let’s start with Aubrey. She’s every woman. She’s the women you lives next door. She’s your best friend. Chelsea made her real. She’s the mom of 2 kids. She owns her own business. She’s in love with her boyfriend, baby daddy. Jace is more than that but they aren’t married. Not even engaged. They are in the domestic partnership. And they are comfortable. Too comfortable. Other things become more important than making sure everything is ok.
Now let’s talk about Jace. Jace is a firefighter. Jace is hot. Jace is a man who doesn’t like to talk, like most men. Chelsea made him real. He has an ordinary job. He’s not a millionaire. Not a biker. Not what most book boyfriends are. He’s real. He loves Aubrey. He loves their kids. But when something isn’t workings, hes a normal guy, he doesn’t want to talk about it.
Now their relationship. In the beginning, it was passionate. And then they had kids. And like most of us who have had kids, it ends up taking a back burner. I don’t want to say things fall apart but they aren’t the best. They are still madly in love with each other. Just other things take priority.
This is the story of Aubrey and Jace and their relationship. That might not make it sound exciting but the way Chelsea wrote it, it was. They know they are having problems and they want to make things work but they don’t talk about it. They know they love each other but they don’t always show it. They want to be a family and both wanted to be married to each other, but they have never actually talked about it.
This is the story of making a relationship that is on the back burner and bringing it forward and lighting it on fire. Finding that spark again. Through the ups and the downs. Love isn’t always enough. You must work at it.
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