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Conflicted on 5th: A 5th Avenue Romance Novel, Book One (5th Avenue Romance Series 1) by [St. Claire, Abbie]
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5 Stars: Heidi, GoodReads


Conflicted on 5th Avenue was a richly enchanting tale of learning to trust again after you've been burned by someone you love. Learning to open your heart again after the love of your life is tragically taken away in the prime of life, leaving you with a deep hole inside your heart.

This was a beautiful story of learning to let the past go and embrace what the future brings. It was beautifully written, had me in tears at some places, and laughing in others. What I loved the most about the story is how real it felt for me. The feelings of loss, regret, anger, hurt, insecurity, fear of the unknown, and being hopelessly in love with someone who seems a bit intense.

Abbie St. Claire has outdone herself with this book.



5 STARS: Nicole, GoodReads

Abbie St. Claire has done a beautiful job once again with her new series. This book is wonderfully written and I loved it. Ian is a widower who is living his life day to day . He lost the love of his life. Now a new opportunity is presented him. He is conflicted to take it. How will this affect his son? Chelsea is a wounded soul. Betrayed by the one who you should be able trust with all your soul. As this story progresses these two learn they have to let the past go in order to move forward. They must learn to communicate, love and trust once again. This story is so full of emotion and you can connect with them at some point in the book. You get angry, cry, laugh and get worried as what is going to happen next. I can not wait for the next installment of this story. I want to see how Ian and Chelsea grow and flourish as a couple. Abbie has really out done herself with this book. I give this book 5 star's.

Product Details

  • File Size: 2937 KB
  • Print Length: 269 pages
  • Publisher: Southern Ink Press (March 24, 2015)
  • Publication Date: March 24, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SRXOW06
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,865 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I was drawn to this story when I read that it was about a single dad. So far the few books I've read with single dad's have been excellent. I'm happy to say Conflicted on 5th Avenue did not disappoint.

Ian lost his wife in a tragic accident only months after their son Oliver was born. He spent years trying to manage as a single parent and when he finally entered into a new relationship with another single parent that also had a son things turned ugly. She was a bit psycho and her kid turned out to be a bully. So it's no wonder he chose to go the nail and bail route with an occasional visit to the sex club while his main focus became his son's happiness and his job as a doctor.

Chelsie was content with her son Ty being the only one to share her heart with. She was left with severely damaged self-worth after her cheating husband blamed her citing she was a bad lover. She had almost forgotten that she had a sex drive until she laid eyes on her new neighbor Dr. Ian Briggs. Of course she was too insecure to imagine he could be interested in her.

I loved that Ian immediately saw something in Chelsie that made him consider finding love again. I also loved the supporting characters Shawna and Jorge that are Chelsie's best friends and neighbor. They were huge supporters of a developing relationship between Chelsie and Ian. Chelsie's insecurities form the biggest road blocks. Their sexual chemistry is off the charts and their kids get along perfectly. When they're finally ready to let the boys know about their relationship it's Oliver that complicates things.

And that is where the story ended. Damn those cliffhangers. The title Conflicted truly suited the story. I can see it applying to Ian and Oliver in different ways.
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Favorite Quotes:

“What we were doing was like a prelude to a fairytale,”

“Ian, people put up walls to make others try harder. It’s human nature to want to be worthy.”

“Women can’t figure out inches because they’ve been lied to for centuries,”

“Shoes and handbags were my best friends, next to Shawna and my Bunco Sisters. I didn’t have a gazillion pairs, but the ones I did have were investments – small sinful assets.”

“My love for you needed time to bury my darkness.”

My Review:

Abbie St. Claire has a comfortable, enjoyable, and relaxed writing style. Her stories are easy to read and follow, deliciously steamy, and never fail to entertain. Amidst the sizzle there are always interesting and insightful stories of human foibles and personal struggles. Conflicted on 5th Avenue involves a belated sexual coming-of-age for a single mother in her mid-thirties, who was shattered in her divorce from a philandering husband - who took her self-confidence with him when he left her for a younger woman. She is inexperienced and self-conscious, but is slowly discovering herself with an attractive new neighbor who happens to be a sexy widower/single dad who is highly experienced in pleasure. Where is this neighborhood? I want to move there. The characters are likable and complex and the story is involving and well plotted. Be warned that it ends in a cliffhanger – thankfully I have the next installment already loaded on my beloved kindle, which I am going to immediately dive into.
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Ian Briggs is a single father trying to raise his son and move forward with his life. His wife died in a accident a few months after their son Oliver was born so he has been on his own with his son from the start. He decides to start seeing a single mom it goes crazy when things end so to protect his son from her bullying son they move. Chelsie Peterson is a single mom trying to start her life over after a nasty marriage and an even nastier divorce. Chelsie's ex killed her self esteem so she is content on her own with her son Ty or so she thought.

Ian Briggs was ready for this fresh start with his son when he sees Chelsie for the first time he is instantly drawn to her. As chance would have he this would not be the only time he runs into her. The neighborhood Ian moves into is a close knit one where people genuinely care about each other and not just in the nosey neighbor way. That's how Ian gets the opportunity to talk to Chelsie for the first time. At first it was just friendship and letting their kids get to know each other but the more time they spend together the deeper the feelings go. When they finally do end up in bed together a misunderstanding leads to Chelsie's self doubts and thinking that maybe her ex was right and she's isn't a good lover.

One misunderstanding... Chelsie ends up having to get hurt physical before she'll give Ian a chance to explain. One she realizes that she jumped to a conclusion she decides that they were moving to fast and need to slow things down. The one thing that neither thought about was how their new relationship would effect the kids. This book really lived up to its title and explored some of the conflicts a single parent goes through when starting over. Ian and Chelsie's chemistry is off the charts.
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