Aly Chase has worked for Paul Pierce for years, loving him from afar. He is handsome, rich, and the powerful CEO of Pierce Homes. Just when Aly has decided her love for him is futile and vows to move on, Paul begins to give Aly the attention she had always desired, forcing her to feel confused by his actions.
Then there's Aly’s best friend, Ethan Baker. He's sweet, handsome and charming. He is also in love with her. He's accepted that Aly and he will only be friends, until one day Aly realizes that her feelings towards Ethan are way more.
Aly is caught in between the man she’s loved for so long and the man that has always been there for her. As her feelings are pulled and tugged in both directions, she must make a choice before her distorted life loses both of them.
The moment I woke up and found her kissing me, was the best moment of my life. I was stunned but there was no way I was going to stop her. I had no idea what had changed but I wasn't about to ask. Aly was kissing me. Thinking about it later, I still had a big grin on my face. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think things would change between us. I had told myself over and over that I'd rather be her friend than nothing at all but this change of events made my heart sing. I wanted nothing more than to pop the question to her but I knew I had to take things extremely slow. She was still a mess over what that idiot did to her. I was going to be there for her in every way she needed me. I loved her. All I wanted to do was wipe away the scars Pierce had left on her soul and show her just how much she means to me, to show her what she does to me. Hopefully, I'll be able to.
Laura Dunaway has been married to her prince for 17 years and together they are raising three amazing kids. While she's always had a passion for reading and writing, it wasn't until this past year that she finally realized she should pursue her dream of writing a book. After many many attempts at starting one, Distorted was finally the one that flowed and before she knew it, she'd written The End. When she's not busy shuttling her kids to lessons and practices and making dinner, she's busy behind her computer writing her next book.