Warning:Spoilers alert *****
The h had all the makings of being a strong lady, with a backbone...I was only through a quarter of the way through this book b4 it started to annoy me. So the h went through 12yrs with not getting with someone else cos she was soooooo in love with her b/f, that didn't love her enuff to chase after her when she moved to a different state). The same b/f (that was her first & only intimate partner) but yet he went had sex with her enemy (granted the enemy "manipulated" the whole situation of how they got together.which endednup with her getting pregnant) but then he went back for more & the same enemy got pregnant, yet again 🙄 this has got to be one of the dumbest 'alpha' H. Who cares that he didn't go as far as marrying the evil enemy, but he got with her twice not long after his so called 'love of his life' took off. But yet this author wrote that the h stay faithful to her ex cos she couldn't move on unless she had closure? WTF? why do authors do this, make the heroine pine away for the ex when he's not, he's been a manwhore and sleeping his way through the females in the state that he lives in and it's becos he's trying to not think of the h? Shuuut uppp already!
And then when they do finally meet up she sleeping with him the 4th (or something like that) time they meet, and this is only a quarter of the way through the book, this p****d me off and then it went downhill from there, so I'm not even going to finish reading this book that I know now I've wasted money on buying. I did however skim read through a couple of the chapters & stopped cos it p*****d me off even more.
Just before I purchased this book I read a book by N. D. Jackson called Best of my Love. I recommend that book cos the synopsis was similar, the H had a child to someone else etc etc, but the heroine was a strong woman, funny, sarcastic & didn't let the H tempt her into have s*x after the few times they met, unlike what Ahren Sanders wrote that the h did in this book 😏.