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Maggie (Tales Behind the Veils Book 4) Kindle Edition
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It was painful to read about her relationship with Gerry, but it helped you understand her baggage and reactions to things Dax would do or say. I was ready to smack her daughter but the author did a great job of explaining both points of views. I loved her friends that stayed with her through everything and were always there to help her.
Dax was one of my favorite heros. Not a hero like Thor, but relationship hero. His actions were those that I treasure in a spouse. I think my favorite scene was when he came back in from the truck and said he didn’t want to leave while she was upset; he wanted to be with her. *sigh. My tie for first place was when he fell off the horse. His backstory surprised me and broke my heart. It was so beautiful when he shared it with her.
These characters have stayed with me and I am telling everyone they need to read Maggie’s story.
Sexual content 4, several physical scenes, several situations where she is thinking in detail.
Alcohol - minor, casual drinking, responsible drinking
Language 3– sh&t – 7 times, d@mn – 41, b*tch – 3 times
You can see my full review at More Than a Review dot com where I rate the level of sex, violence, language and drug/alcohol use in books.
This is probably one of the most “real” books I’ve read in a long time. The nuances of life in central Florida were a joy to read and this story definitely took its time to build and for love to grow.
Maggie is understandably gun shy – have patience as all will be revealed about her past with Gerry Tucker. The chemistry between her and “Dax” is undeniable. There are so many facets to these characters and the story. “I blushed as I considered where I needed to go and how many ways the strong cowboy could get me there.”
There is much heartbreak in both their pasts and they both deal with that in completely opposite ways which almost tears them apart. You will laugh, giggle, swoon, cry and cheer for Maggie and Dax. I also loved the movie references – I’m a sucker for pop culture tidbits in novels.
“I’d spent the last twenty-six years convincing myself that I didn’t need a man in my life, but I sure as h*** wanted this one.”
I can’t really do this book justice for how great I felt it was. It was a joy to read and you really felt like you knew these characters and cried along with their pain. This book was just fantastic!
I voluntarily reviewed this book after requesting it from the publisher.