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About the Author
- Publication Date : May 16, 2014
- File Size : 2807 KB
- Print Length : 202 pages
- Publisher : Blue Moon Creative LLC (May 16, 2014)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00ED4WKKC
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,900 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Her real mother had found her there and had given her all her love but had been advised not to tell her the truth of who she really was because a therapist thought it would be too much for Aubrey to accept on top of being frozen in terror with the dead body of her father's sister for two days, whom she believed to be her mother.
So when her real mother, pretending to be her Aunt Lottie, moved her to a new school in the town she lived in, Aubrey was full of complexes. She felt she was unloveable, unattractive and did not fit in. Booker was one of triplets at the same school. He was greatly attracted to her right from the start. Unfortunately his family had a bad reputation due to an ancestor who committed murder. However the three brothers called themselves outlaws and revelled in their bad reputations. Aubrey lost a bracelet her "Aunt Lottie" gave her. When she went back to search for it under the bleachers, she witnessed Booker defending her reputation to Damien, one of two brothers who were the sons of a prominent politician. They were in fact a very nasty pair. One brother held Booker while the other one punched him, hurting him badly. He had cried when the two brothers discarded him, leaving him bleeding. Aubrey guiltily did not help Booker or reveal her presence.
Later when Damien attempted to rape Aubrey, he was accidentally killed when the knife he was intending to kill Aubrey with twisted and was pushed into his own body when Booker attacked Damien for trying to rape Aubrey. The two of them guiltily buried Damien's body in the churchyard.
I did not like any of this background highly improbable story but the descriptions of the incredible love, loyalty and passion were achingly beautifully written. The depth of feeling between this couple brought tears to my eyes. One can read many romances and enjoy them all, but to read such a tender love story is unique. I loved it.
A word master indeed describes this author. It was my first time reading one of her stories and I'm super impressed. She's definitely a wordsmith, the very best kind!! I was sucked into this story, and wined & dined on the tempting southern Louisiana scenes, brilliant characters and the story was better than any flowing river. I loved the terminology, quick sarcasm, witty banter and blew off afternoon chores to keep reading. Sometimes, it's about enjoying life instead of the work.
Highly recommend this blooming romance with all the Southern heat & charm.
Booker and Aubree were perfect together. Their story was a nice read and enjoyed the secondary characters. Setting it up well for the following books in this series.
The pace was spot on and the secrets well done. The setting was lovely.
This is the first book that i have read of Zoe's and I love it. Look forward to reading the whole series.
I truly enjoyed this book and I'm looking forward to reading others in this series. Even though this could be read as a stand alone, Dawson develops all the charecters so well you want to find out their full story as well.