A Lush Reunion

Lush Series
Series: Lush, Book 4
Length: 6 hrs and 39 mins
4 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Ten years ago Lush bassist Colin Douglas met the love of his life. Then she broke his heart. Now, in a small Texas town, in the midst of the breakup of his band, Colin has found Marsha, and he has no idea what to do with her.

Marsha O'Neill hasn't had it easy. Since losing Colin nothing's gone right for this east Texas waitress - except for Sean, her six-year-old son. She's worked hard to give Sean what he needs - the best of her. Then a hot bass player walks into her bar and she knows the world isn't done screwing with her yet.

What happens when life gives you a second chance? Can you learn to trust again, live again, love again? Colin and Marsha are about to find out that second chances don't come easy.

©2015 Selena Laurence (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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So many things could have made this book better. I can't day I really liked Marsha even a little. She was an immature drama queen. She made all the decisions and everyone was supposed to understand and just be ok with it and make her feel like everything she did was right. She almost redeemed herself when she had a medical reason for her decision. Not completely. If you think honk you are mature enough to have Sex you need to be prepared to deal with the consequences. I did not read the previous books in the series. I can't stand any stories with cheating and I don't care what excuse is used to condone it. So have no desire to read Walsh and Tammys story. When Melanie tried to give excuses like not having a life, going to school, not being able to go to the mailbox without worrying about a kid, and my personal favorite not being able to sleep in as reasons to consider abortion I was done. I'm not sure if all the characters this author sites about are this immature but I have too many books brother authors to read that I will not be finding out.