When Cash Mayson was forced to choose between the love of his life and his unborn child, he knew exactly what he had to do, no matter how broken it left him. When Lilly Donovan was forced to accept that the guy she loved wasn't who she thought he was and became a single mother, she knew exactly what she had to do, proving just how strong she was.
What happens when you find out years later that everything you thought you knew was a lie? Can two people who once loved each other overcome the obstacles that are thrown at them and fall in love all over again? Contains mature themes.
©2013 Aurora Rose Reynolds (P)2015 Tantor
This book made me tear up at times. I love how there is always something dark in the background working against them but they still find their way to each other and stay together.
There is nothing better than escaping reality to listen to romance/erotica and letting your imagination flow.
Cash was Lilly’s first and only and Lilly was Cash’s ONE, but when a demonic ex of Cash’s manipulates his life it changes the course they were on. Fast forward close to four years later and you have a single dad (Cash) and a single mother (Lilly), but Cash doesn’t expect to have a child with Lilly after they had used protection. They end up coming together so that their children can get to know each other, as well as Lilly’s daughter gets to know her father (Cash). Add in the same manipulative ex (Jules) and you get a crazy ride.
There were many plots and twists in the story that I wasn’t expecting, but definitely kept my interest on figuring out what was going to happen next. Very well written and narrated in dual POVs with no cliffhanger.
Each brother is so sweet yet stronger ....Cash is trapped into a marriage after finding his one, Lilly, but fate brings them together. The evil ex is truly evil. Such s happy ending.
Buy everyone of the Until series, the narrators are great!
I loved the story & the Mayson brothers so much. I can't get enough of them. All things Aurora Rose-Reynolds
So much of this story was covered in previous book in the series that there was too little novel to keep me interested. That left me more than usually open to irritating carelessness in the writing, whether incorrect tense forms, other bad grammar, or wrong words altogether. Language purists should avoid.
The story line was great, but the voices especially Cash`s did not match their characters. The voices took some of the joy out of the story, I would preferred to read it rather than hear the audiobook.
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