At fifteen I fell in love. His name was Jake Stephens and he took the abandoned, lonely girl I had been and made me whole. His love was a pure and unconditional love that made every day better than the last; a fairy tale of my very own. But this story isn't about Jake. It's about Abel Madden; the man I meet after the fairy tale goes to hell. A cocky, arrogant man who says what he wants, does as he pleases, and makes no excuses for it. He irritates me--downright pisses me off at times--but he also brings me back to life.
This book is great. I loved the characters and the small town of loving friends and family. Sidney was fortunate to find true love twice in her lifetime. This sorry will grab your emotions and have you crying. Narrators did an excellent job.
Easton Wylder is baseball royalty. The game is his life. His passion. His everything. So when an injury threatens to end Easton's season early, the team calls in renowned physical therapist, Doc Dalton, to oversee his recovery. Except it's not Doc who greets Easton for his first session, but rather, his daughter, Scout. She may be feisty, athletic, defiant, and gorgeous, but Easton is left questioning whether she has what it takes to help him.
I give this book 4 1/2 stars. I'm not a baseball type of person but this book was good and it held my attention. Easton and Scout were great together. The book did end abruptly and I had to check my iPad to make sure it was the end. There is a cliff hanger and I immediately got the next book because I just had to know what happened.
My name is Jason Hart. As the best defensive lineman in the country, I eat, sleep, and breathe football. That is, until I have a random meeting with a little boy that just lost his father. We have more in common than you might think and it creates an unlikely bond. As our friendship grows, so do my feelings for his mother. I know Addison, as a recent widow, isn't ready to date again. But I want to get to know her better in spite of all her rejections. Is it possible that I, a self-proclaimed bachelor, could be having a Change of Hart?
I loved this book. All the characters were great in this book. Jason was such a great guy and the chemistry between him and Addison was hot. Jason and Addison had some great family and friends. I love books with really cute kids. Narrator did a great job as Jaxson.
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I never thought this could happen to me. I never imagined one chance meeting on the eve of my eighteenth birthday could change my life so completely. Now I belong to him. To Julian. To a man who is as ruthless as he is beautiful - a man whose touch makes me burn. A man whose tenderness I find more devastating than his cruelty.
This was an entertaining listen. It was dark and gritty and held my attention. Narrator did a good job and Julian had a sexy voice.
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"If you're broken, I'll fix you . . . "I'm only twenty-one and already damaged goods. A slut. A failure. A disappointment to my picture-perfect family as long as I can remember. I called off my wedding to William Bailey, the only man who thought I was worth fixing. A year later, he's marrying my sister. Unless I ask him not to . . ."If you shatter, I'll find you . . . "But now there's Asher Logan, a broken man who sees the fractures in my façade and doesn't want to fix me at all. Asher wants me to stop hiding, to stop pretending.
This was a great story. It was emotional and heartbreaking. Maggie suffered so much as a young girl. Asher enters her life and helps her learn to love again. I do think there was some things left unanswered.
Recently widowed, grieving Los Angeles midwife/nurse Melinda Monroe answers a small upstate town's ad for help. Nestled amongst California's giant redwoods, quaint Virgin River is host to many quirky characters - including bar owner Jack Sheridan, who may be just the man to make Melinda smile again.
This was a nice small town romance. Great characters with a close relationship and great town feeling. Narrator did a good job.
Every new relationship has obstacles, it just turns out that ours involves my bumbling inexperience, an octogenarian naughty toy party, and being on the run in an RV with Aunt Tilly. When my biological father takes his homophobic views on a national platform, the only way to stand up for what I believe in is to claim my past and confront him. So now it's time to decide: Do I put the past behind me and walk away from AJ for good? Or face my biggest fear and fight for what's mine?
This is another winner in the Made Marian series. This is such a really sweet romance that delt with some serious issues. There is always some laugh out loud moments, especially when Aunt Tilly is around. I loved Dante and AJ. The chemistry between these two was on fire.
Adam Wellesbourne and his four sons - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - comprise the most feared House in the service of Richard III. Adam's eldest son, Matthew, has earned such an influential reputation that throughout England he is known as The White Lord of Wellesbourne. Upon the eve of the Battle of Bosworth field, Matthew finds himself forced into a contract marriage that he has been avoiding for 10 years.
Kathryn Le Veque is a new author for me and she is awesome. This is about the 6th book I have listened to back to back and they are all amazing. Sir Matthew is against marriage for 10 years until he set eyes on his wife to be. I loved how Sir Matthew and Lady Alixandrea talked though there problems. It was great seeing Gaston De Russe-The Dark One and Matthew's best friend in this story. Such a powerful ending. Matthew pays the ultimate sacrifice for friendship.
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He bears the name of de Russe, but the bloodlines of six great houses converge in the greatest knight England has yet seen. As the grandfather of Gaston de Russe, the dark one, Sir Bastien de Russe beholds a great and terrible legacy - one that makes him both the target and the leader, the hunter and the hunted. His story is the most powerful of all. Greatness and darkness abide in the man known as the beast.
This is another great story by Kathryn Le Veque. I have not listen to a book by the author yet, that I didn't love. This is a non-stop listen. My husband and I stayed up to 3 in the morning listening to this book. This book is very entertaining. I liked how the young King is timid in the beginning, but starts to turn into a stronger king towards the end. Brad Wills does an excellent job with narrating, especially with young King Henry.
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Justine Montgomery, daughter of a divorced beauty queen and TV magnate, is a tabloid disaster after her infamous sex tape. She's so desperate to help save her family's home she turns to her deal-making dad. Can she prove to him she's cut out for a career in television or will she lose it all? Sawyer has his own past and a successful career is his only goal. Seeing Justine fail would mean the promotion of a lifetime, but things get complicated when he develops feelings for her. Suddenly, the lines between work, life, sex, and love are blurry.
This was a good read. Justine is dealing with a mother that's in debt, a controlling father, a psychopath ex, a guy who is afraid to admit his feelings for her, and an alcoholic has been actress. The audiobook kept repeating lines all though out the book. It was a little annoying.
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