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I loved once. I gave everything that I had to that love, blindly believing that nothing could ever take that feeling away from me. Away from us. And when my little world of happiness was ripped from my fingers, I felt a loss that still haunts me to this day. Now I use that lingering grief as a shield to keep my heart from loving again. It's that fear that keeps me from letting anyone, except my daughter, get close enough to make it hurt. To make my heart bleed when I inevitably lose again. Then I meet Liam Beckett, and everything I thought I had protected myself from is shoved back in my face.

©2015 E. S. Harper (P)2015 Tantor

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GOOD

loved it. great story line. the female narrator voice was kinda annoying. sorry :(

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Oh Lee

I freaking loved Liam! The lengths this man goes to. Gah! All the swoonage. I love how Harper writes these amazing alpha men and the women who take them on. Fierce and flawless.

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  • Stacy
  • Burlington Iowa
  • 04-17-17

Love this series!

This series just gets better and better. I can't wait for the next book. Such a fun series to listen to.

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  • weeden
  • Quitman, TX United States
  • 03-31-16

Great love story about second chances

This is a romantic, erotic love story.

Liam and Megan's story, which is part is attached to the Dee and Beck story from Beck: Corps Security, Book 3.

If you read Unexpected Fate: Hope Town, Book 1 you already have an idea who Megan is, she is the widow of a solder and she is an author. She has a 5 year old daughter which can wrap up any alpha male around her pinkie finger. Between tea parties with the princess of all alpha male Megan find herself feeling again. Only "LiLi" can come up with a plan and have the entire Corp. crew help out including Molly, the princess.

Liam has loved Megan since the moment her laid on on her, waiting and devising a plan to finally get her to feel, he not only helps Megan learn to live life again but to let go of the past and find a future with him.

I have to say my favorite scene is when Liam takes Megan muddying.

I love how Harper Sloan is intertwining the Corps. stories into her new series. I am not sure any other author has done this before but it is a great concept and is working for her. Looking forward to the rest of the stories.

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UNORIGINAL. .UNINSPIRING. .UNEVENTFUL

and again we have a heroin t hat has suffered from some tragic event that has changed her..
supposedly she is sacred to love and be loved. Well so what! that is how much I disliked the heroin. and if she wasn't crying or having inter dialogue about why she she was scared. .there wouldn't be a story. the hero was ok just very pursuant on having the heroin. .don't know why because she was never receptive. I guess the death of her 1st husband was in part the reason..but never got that..
It says a lot about a book if you can skip chapters damn near most of the book and still didn't miss a thing..and again this is because all the heroin musings & inter dialogue. .

in the end of course they got their HEA. . ok now some sarcasm who would have guessed never saw that coming in the end the whole book was about self pity I just couldn't take it I would not recommend this book in my opinion to anyone .

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