The moment they both believe all hope is lost is the moment something real finally begins.
I have loved Mason Trent for years, but I've only been sleeping with him for one.
None of my friends know about our secret passion. He's in my bed one night and in the arms of someone else the next. And it's tearing me apart.
I've done everything I can think of to make him mine, but the more I cling to him, the harder he pushes me away. I'm spiraling out of control, not sure how much more of this I can take. A girl can only bend so far until she breaks. And when I do, I break completely. I'm talking about one night of bad decisions, all leading to a my-world-will-never-be-the-same kind of moment. A moment where I need Mason more than ever. True to form, though, he's running.
But I intend to go with him this time. I'm willing to leave my money, my family, my friends behind for this one last chance to see if he could ever really love me the way I deserve to be loved. I'm willing to sacrifice forever if it means one real moment with him.
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This story line just ended so quickly. There were a couple of story lines that should have been explored but the author decided to jumble it all together in a quick ending. Sad, besides of the heroine's lack of any spine she did a decent job.
HORRIBLE, to quick an ending.
She had a wonderful voice that I was happy to listen to.
Can't remember their names but her best friend and her boyfriend, they added nothing. I'm somewhat surprised that the brother was weak also, but this wasn't his story.
The emotional turmoil the characters went through.
Clear, wonderful pace, okay.
I would have if I could have.
As much as I love print books, the fact I hear the story play out was an enjoyable experience.
This is another beautiful story that takes you through the twists and turns of a complicated relationship.
I liked being able to listen while driving to work and feeling for all the characters like I was right there with them the same way I do when I read any of Sarra Cannon's stories on Kindle.
I think the narrator, Carly Robins, did a great job narrating the story. I am not a big audible fan and usually prefer to read on my Kindle but she made it so I didn't want to get to where I was driving to so I could continue listening to the story.
I would definitely recommend this story. It is the second in Sarra Cannon's Fair Hope series and I loved it. I would recommend listening or reading any of Sarra Cannon's books. They have had me hooked since the first story I read.
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