I loved this book so much I couldn't put down--one sitting read! I was sad when I devoured every word. Growing ….
Maddie Allain doesn't want to return to her hometown of Autre, Louisiana in the heart of bayou. Book 2 --The Nash Brothers Series Review An emotional and powerful book that shows the power of soulmates doesn't die. Carrie Aarons builds up the characters turmoil to perfection. Lily Grantham doesn't rebel--always the perfect daughter just like her Senator father likes. Releasing April 11th! Book 1 of The Cloverleigh Farms Series I love Mack--he's barely getting by each day with his three girls between ballet, preschool, therapy, and cooking dinner each night.
Mack is exhausted.
His wife left him just under a year ago, they are finally getting into a nice rhythm--he still can't put together a tight …. I had moments where I wanted to stream and slap both of the main characters especially Blakely. She wasn't honest with herself until a certain point in the book. She's loyal to a complete fault which frustrated me as a reader. Asher wasn't much better.
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Even if he doesn't feel like he deserves it, Abe decides he's going to find a way to prove to Sarah just how much she means to him. Sarah's a different person now, stronger and more independent. Will she be able to open her heart to Abe a second time?
It's been five years since Hannah Nichols last saw Marco D'Alessandro, five years since he shattered her heart. All these years later, Marco is still the only man Hannah has ever loved and the only man she's ever had sex with. After they share a night together, Marco takes off, and Hannah's had trouble moving on every since. Marco admits it: leaving Hannah is the biggest mistake of his life.
He's regretted it each day for the last five years. So when they're reunited at a wedding, he becomes determined not to take her for granted again. It takes a little doing, but they finally seem to be on the right track. Of course, that's when Hannah discovers something that rips open old wounds.
If you like having your heart broken in the best way possible, Gerri Hill the author for you! Her novel, At Seventeen , is no exception.
Madison Lansford and Shannon Fletcher were only ten years old when they met and became friends. Madison was the child of wealthy parents, while Shannon's mother was the live-in maid for the Lansford family.
When they were older, they became lovers, but when Madison broke Shannon's heart when she decided she would marry a man. After Madison's marriage and pregnancy, their affair ended and Shannon moved away. Years have passed and Shannon has returned to take care of her sick mother.
Somehow they manage to scrap together a friendship again, but it becomes apparent that old feelings are still there. When Elliot and Jasmine first met in high school, they couldn't have been more different. He was shy, quiet, sweet, and a little too skinny, while Jasmine is constantly pushed to be someone she's not.
Her mother wants her to be a pop star, while she loves soul music. That's what first draws her to Elliot, hearing him play his saxophone.
They become unlikely friends, which turns into more until Jasmine's mother moves the family away from New Orleans. Years later, Jasmine is back in New Orleans, they only place she's ever really called home. When they reunite, she finds Elliot to be a very different person than she remembers.
Since she wanted nothing to do with his son, billionaire player Brodie must prepare to face a new role in life, single fatherhood, with a strong emphasis on single. If you want to. Here he hoped he could bury his past and hide from his mercenary guild that has a death price on his head. Intim Intimate Scoundrels. Fligh Flights of Fancy.
Gone is that shy boy, replaced by a man who is harder. Music will bring them back together, but will it be enough? Melissa Brayden is a romance writer that will grab you by the heart and hold on, not letting go until long after you're finished with the book. Her second chance romance novel, Strawberry Summer , is no different. You'll meet Margaret Beringer, a woman who had a difficult childhood as an unpopular gay farm kid with an old lady's name.
When the smart, beautiful Courtney Carrington moves to town, Margaret is immediately infatuated and more than a little surprised when she discovers the feeling is mutual. But then Courtney breaks her heart.