- File Size: 576 KB
- Print Length: 406 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Black Ink (September 26, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 26, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B015V0AKSK
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,563 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Aiden is the newest it guy in Hollywood. He's very good at putting on the perfect face and acting as he's expected. He's even better at forgetting his pain and secrets with alcohol and drugs. When he lands a new role in a cowboy movie, he ends up in the town where Haley lives. When's she's asked to interview him, Aiden knows she's different and wants to get to know her better. She turns him down but he's persistent. She's gives her horses a second chance when she saves them and he's hoping she can also be the person to give him a second chance at living.
This was a sweet story of finding love where you least expect it and learning to deal with your demons and nightmares. Both Aiden and Haley have suffered pain and both need to learn to live again. They're perfect for each other, but it's not an easy path when they're both scared of being hurt again.
This story is told from both Haley's and Aiden's POVs and has a very nice and sweet ending. 4.5 stars
It was exceptional from the first chapter through to the last.
Emily Goodwin has written a beautiful story about two broken people who find love in the most unexpected of places - an interview and a barn.
Hayley is distraught after the loss of the only person who really loved her. She must rebuild her shattered life and once again become a strong, independent carefree woman.
Aiden is your typical bad boy actor, or so it seems, whose life is semi dictated by his career, drugs and booze. He is a man lost, not able to rid himself of his inner demons.
When these two broken people meet the sparks fly. The friendship blossoms into something neither of them ever expected - love.
A tragedy and miscommunication nearly splits the two apart - but the will to survive triumphs.
Their story had me laughing, crying and getting angry at times but I loved every minute of it.
This is the first book of Emily Goodwin's that I have read but it most certainly won't be the last.
I love her free flow style of writing and the ease it is to read.
Ms Goodwin will definitely be gracing my Kindle again.
Five stars all the way.
Haley is a tortured soul. She lost her mother while rescuing neglected and abused horses, and she blamed herself every day while trying to keep herself going, to rescue more animals, for it was the only thing that kept her alive. Her rent is coming due, her boss is more interested in her bra size than her job performance... Running into Aiden, the Hollywood playboy was not on the menu at all. But Aiden is far from the Hollywood playboy he appeared to be either. He copes by engaging in NSA sex, drug, and alcohol abuse, for he can't sleep. When his latest movie took him into Haley's town, they met, and they recognized something in each other: they are both so very alone... but can they risk that friendship turning into something more?
Each character were nicely rounded, with proper wounds and dimensions, as well as coping techniques. However, the darkest hour was the simple "inadequacy trope" which means I can't give this the highest rating.
Thank you, Ms. Goodwin, for a heart-stealing book.