I always thought love was black and white. You meet the girl and within the first meeting you'd know if she's the one. You live happily ever after. My concept was a little off, but it worked for me. I don't waste my time with women I don't see a future with. The day I met Whitney, I didn't get hit with the love bug, nothing spectacular happened, at least not how I expected it to.
The last year has been a constant struggle to live with the loss, the pain. Needing a change, I picked up and moved to Kentucky to live with the only family I have left. I didn't expect to feel at home like I did. I didn't expect him. The day I met Aaron, I was sure he would run for the hills the next time he saw me. That's not at all what happened.
She's everything. Everything I thought I wanted, and everything I never thought I would.
With his sweet gestures and words that melt my soul, he worked his way into my heart.
Now that I've found her, it's time to build our future.
How can I stay with this cloud that follows me?
Will Aaron and Whitney find their happily ever after?
©2015 Kaylee Ryan (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
I am obsessed with audio books! My favorite genre is erotica and romance -- there's just not enough hours in the day to enjoy ...
This is another boring unexciting romance by Kaylee Ryan. I really tried to like her writing and while I do see improvement, she has a long way to go before I try any more of her books. There is just to much monotonous dialogue that inspires a nap. I just didn't feel the chemistry between the love interests and the sex scenes lacked heat. I'm officially done for now with this author.
That narrators were good enough but they didn't have much to work with.
Not worth a credit -- maybe a reduced price.
This audiobook was well narrated and just moved kind of slow for me. The way the issue of breast cancer was dealt with was very sensitive and emotional. I liked the characters, just thought it moved kind of sluggish.
The two books were time well spent. Both readers did an outstanding job of making the
Stories come to life. Above all though Kaylee's words sold the stories.
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