I grew up wealthy and was given everything my parents wanted me to have. After years of being molded into the perfect daughter, I played a role. I was only what they wanted me to be. My parents controlled everything. My life, my friends, my career, and even the man I was supposed to marry. When I stood in front of the mirror and looked at myself, the person looking back was a total stranger.
Leaving my fiancé at the altar on my wedding day was the start of a journey I embarked on in search of the person that I truly was. I would disappear, vanish, and start a new life where, little by little, I would unmold the person everybody thought I was. I would live in a man-free zone for as long as my journey took me. No exceptions. Until I met a man with dark hair, a business suit, smoldering eyes, and a face like a god - Drew Westbrook.
I had everything I wanted in life. Money, looks, success, and beautiful women by my side at all times. Some of these women stayed around for a while, and some left quickly. I was all for a relationship as long as she wasn't looking for a ring or wanting to hear the words "I do".
I liked the way I lived my life, and I was content. Plenty of friends, loving parents, and a successful billion-dollar company were all I needed to feel complete. No exceptions. Until the day a brown-haired, blue-eyed beauty sat down next to me on an airplane, and suddenly everything that mattered to me didn't seem to matter anymore. She captivated me, and I wanted her. All of her. But her journey didn't include me, and I was left feeling something I'd never felt before: incomplete.
©2016 Sandi Lynn Romance, LLC (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
It's all about romance in my library! I have a wonderful husband, children and my grandchildren they are my rock.
Yes, it wasn't predictable.
Both Jullian and Drew, the Sandi did a great job on the both of the characters, it made you like both of them.
They both did an amazing job, they brought the storyline alive.
Even though certain parts were funny and cute, but, it could have been very sad and Sandi didn't make it sad (which I'm very glad).
I like how Sandi combined the Wyatt's and Blacks' characters. There should be another book, I would like to know what happens to Jullian's brother-in-law and her mother (Ms Drama). It would be funny to know how Jullian and Drew work together, especially when they can be trying to make a family.
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