- File Size: 656 KB
- Print Length: 287 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1979261121
- Publication Date: November 7, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0778F7BCC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,754 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Miranda Jacobs did not have a happy childhood. She was an only child raised by a very bitter single mother. Her mother took all her frustration of her miserable life out on her daughter. Regardless to how she was raised, she grew up to be a very positive and well adjusted person. She had a small apartment all her own, where she worked to edit the books for others. She loved to read and surrounded herself with stacks of books, and her hand written lists.
She didn't need a man to be happy. That sure as heck didn't mean she didn't want one. Miranda spent many hours stalking the hot neighbor from behind the window. In looks he fit her dream man, but she didn't even know his name. She had a list of qualities she wanted called The One. Unfortunately the first run-into meetings with this man were far from pleasant. She wondered how a man could be so hot and moody at the same time.
Holden Steel was retired army, but that was not by choice. He had stepped on an IED and it had changed his life entirely, including losing his best-friend on the same day. Now he lived alone, in pain and nightmares. If not for his sister Harper, he felt he had little left to live for. He hadn't expected his red-headed neighbor to be a force that even he couldn't entirely resist. She started to bring him back to life slowly, one minute at a time. But their story was not to be an easy one.
I really like the character of Miranda: “And, Mae, you are anything but harsh. You’re soft. Breezy. Carefree. Sweet. You're like Sunday morning. Slow and easy. You're no Miranda. You're all Mae, baby.” Love Amie Knight's writing! Sometimes you just need to eat a donut. “Holden, sometimes we don't eat for our bodies. Sometimes we eat for our souls and trust me, your soul needed that donut yesterday.” And the best line is, “Sometimes, Holden you just gotta watch the sunrise.”
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I smiled most of the book. The banter is awesome. The hard parts hit you right in the feels. This book is it all.Read more
the feelings of Holden an Mae ....Was so good couldn't put it down...definitely deserves 5 stars