Two Past Midnight

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
10 years after making a promise to return, at two minutes past midnight, to the spot where they consumated their love, Landon Reese and Cassidy Voltaire are home for their high scool reunion.

They must confront the love, and dreams, they left behind, and the tragedy that ripped them apart.

Can they find happily ever after, the second time around? More

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Words: 62,870
Language: American English
ISBN: 9780620555692
About Byron Abrahams

I've been writing professionally for television for 10 years. First, as a scriptwriter for Generations, and then as a scriptwriter and storyliner for Rhythm City.

Two Past Midnight is my first novel, and the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. Literally lifelong. I told my parents I would write a book when I was 7 (Don't say I never finish anything, mom!)

At the moment, I'm finishing up my second novel, Vengeance Burn, that will be appearing on Smashwords in 2013.

Reviews

Review by: Agatha Plaatjies on March 05, 2013 :
It has been a while since reading a novel that I could relate to so easily. Reading it reminded me of my life, my friends, my past, friendships that stood the test of time, all the laughter and tears and mostly the importance of facing the hurts of the past in order to move forward. I really enjoyed the book, its written so beautifully, that you feel you are there, a part of the clique. A great story of friendship, love, trust and acceptance...
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Dorette Nel on Dec. 18, 2012 :
An easy read about the choices we make, what we gain and what we lose. It effortlessly draws you into the world of Cassidy and Landon and their childhood friends, jumping between the past and present with ease, making you laugh and cry and root for the characters you'll recognize and relate to. Perfect for lazy afternoon or holiday reading, it'll appeal to the romantic in you and remind you why we all hope for second chances. I really, really enjoyed it.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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