The absolute hardest thing I’ve ever admitted is that I’m not perfect. Seriously.

I know I literally just talked about how I didn’t write Kismet to market. How I wanted to make sure that my readers knew that going into it. 
But there’s one thing that I didn’t take into account. 

I wrote an asshole.
I mean, I love him still. He’s real. 

But sometimes, you have to make changes. And I did. 

Hardcore changes. If you read Kismet, and you thought that Brian messed up a little bit too bad about halfway through… you weren’t alone. 

So I went back, I adjusted it. And then, I decided the best thing to do would be to just own it. After all. You guys know we’re not perfect. 

If you’re wanting to go back and read exactly what changed… You can find it between Chapters 18 and 22. 

Here’s a link to Kismet, too, in case you haven’t gotten to pick up your copy yet. 

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