The Last Chorus by Nikki Ashton




When the last chorus ends it’s time to sing a new song

Grief: To feel deep, acute sorrow or distress

Time is a great healer they say, whoever the hell they are.
 Time hasn’t done
me any favours though.
 Despite my fame, wealth, Rockstar status I lost it all;
my everything. My wife and son are gone leaving me lost in a dark grief that has
swallowed me whole.
 My family and friends think it’s time I moved on, started to
get out of bed and live my life again. I think they need to keep their opinions to


I’m Beau Bradley, lead singer of Warrior Creek and I’ll decide when I’m ready

for life again.

Fear: an unpleasant, often strong emotion caused by anticipation or awareness
of danger
Take deep breaths and appreciate my courage is how to face my fear,
they say.
 Whoever wrote that has no idea how scary facing my fear is. 
As a
single mum of a gorgeous, five-year-old boy who doesn’t speak means life can
be suffocatingly quiet. Silence follows me everywhere I go. Sometimes it would
be nice to have someone to share it all with, to laugh and talk with but I can’t let

anyone in.

I’m Simone Addison though and I don’t let anyone close.

Can two strangers sing the final chorus of their past and help each other find a

new song to sing?

Or will the misery of their mistakes snatch away their chance of happiness before

it’s even begun?

The Last Chorus, a story of love in its many guises.

Meet the Author

Nikki lives in Cheshire with her husband, two dogs, and lovely mother-in-law who
supplies her with endless cups of tea. She writes contemporary and romantic
comedy romances and hopes that she puts a smile on her reader’s faces and
a sigh in their heart. Nikki is grateful for the wide variety of strange and wonderful
people in her life, otherwise, she’d never know what to write about! She
always takes a keen interest in family and friends, finding out their innermost

secrets in readiness for her next book.



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