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- File size : 8618 KB
- Publication date : September 28, 2015
- Print length : 223 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : AZINA MEDIA PUBLICATIONS (September 28, 2015)
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- ASIN : B011YLKUH6
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #526,756 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Writer Z. Hays was a bit of a player, but very few people knew his real identity. Those who did were required to sign a NDA. In real life he was a sexy guy by the name of Zach. One drunken night he is being 'serviced' by his fbuddy in he parking lot of a local club when he locks eyes with a beautiful woman who is sitting in her car watching. They make eye contact and it turns him on that she is watching. Once the girl rises from her knees, she is dismissed. The truth was he told the girl he wasn't interested, but she played herself by insisting.
He is much more interested in the lady in the truck watching. She however is joy amused. They run into each other last and hit it off. She goes back to his house with him and rocks his world, and he hers, before sneaking out to do her walk of shame in the wee hours of the morning. No note, no goodbye, no names.
He is upset that she left because he wanted to see her again. They eventually run into each other again, the life living in a small town, and start hooking up. Things go south when he figures out who she really is and withholds his identity, which she eventually finds out.
Drama ensues and it takes an act of Congress to get them to see eye to eye.
They don't know who each other is because they both protect their identity from their online site-no selfie posted online. Zach & Lauren are two individuals who meet at EM lounge fall into a relationship, let go and fall in love. Both have personal issues & misunderstandings they have to overcome to embrace the love they have for one another. I absolutely love these two! Lauren's brothers are funny when they finally meet Zach. Underneath the commanding officer Zach is caring, dominating, protective, supportive alpha with a big heart even when he doesn't know how or why. Lauren is strong, confident, accomplish woman who sometimes misunderstands or misreads Zach's action & wordsyet she knows how to care for Zach perfectly. Even when Zach discovers who Lauren is, he is already smitten & fail miserably when he tries to let her go. A bitter rival from Zach's past outs him when they are together nearly destroying the love they have for one another. With support from Lauren's brothers and her mother; He rebuilds her trusts by hand delivered hand written letters-oh be still my heart, for an entire month! I love the conversations they have, friendship that almost got lost but Zach recognize Lauren needed to listen and grudgingly she gave in and a valued friendship was saved. Kudos to Ms. Turner for including other authors books including one her own book. So glad I purchased this book I simply love Zach & Lauren' s story and their HEA. Their love scenes are smoking hot too.
This was an interesting story about a man and a woman who have opposing opinions. Unbeknownst to them, when they meet and fall heads over heels for each other, the bottom falls out of their relationship when they finally figure out who the pseudonym pen names really belong to. When the dust is all settled, they find out they really have more in common with the pen and dad other than they thought. They were able to work their way through their hurts, partially through the power of the pen, for their HEA.