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A Cosmopolitan Best Book of 2017!
Alisha Rai returns with the second novel in her sizzling Forbidden Hearts series!
He wasn’t supposed to fall in love with his brother’s widow....
Accused of a crime he didn't commit, Jackson Kane fled his home, his name, and his family. Ten years later, he’s come back to town: older, wiser, richer, tougher - and still helpless to turn away the one woman he could never stop loving, even after she married his brother.
Sadia Ahmed can’t deal with the feelings her mysterious former brother-in-law stirs, but she also can’t turn down his offer of help with the cafe she’s inherited. While he heats up her kitchen, she slowly discovers that the boy she adored has grown into a man she’s simply unable to resist.
An affair is unthinkable, but their desire is undeniable. As secrets and lies are stripped away, Sadia and Jackson must decide if they’re strong enough to face the past...and step into a future together.
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Sweet and selfless love story
This book made me laugh on how bold the conversations are, surprise me with the revelations and so full of unconditional love. Again a wondeeful story of unconditional love. Nice to also be able to relate the book 1 here.
- Lydia Robinson
How to Love
Loved it.. Story was very engaging with real life experiences. Widow learning to love herself and be loved again was written well.
Narrator not my cup of tea.
The female narrator is not great. super husky, especially with the male voices. It was cringeworthy. Bad enough that wherever she started, I had to put it up to 1.5 speed so she didn't sound ridiculous. Its unfortunate because I liked the story and characters.