- File Size: 720 KB
- Print Length: 232 pages
- Publication Date: February 21, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06VVB5W28
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,149 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It seemed like a good plan, right up to the point where, before even making it to the town limits, so startled by the scenery she inadvertently runs a motorcyclist off the road. Not the most subtle of ways to meet a guy, but it does have the advantage of him not being able to run away.
Caught up in the novelty of not being recognized for her relationship with her politician father and actress/socialite mother, Lennon falls into the trap of keeping her identity, and her shame a secret, relishing in being appreciated for who and what she chooses to present, and not what's been said about her in the media.
Of course it's a recipe for disaster at some point, but what a sweet recipe it is. Lennon is the perfect combination of naivete and worldliness, experienced in the world of high society and gala fundraisers, but held spellbound by the captivating grace of one little girl.
Contrasted with her we have Noah, the tatted up biker type who confounds stereotyping by being the poster child for single father of the year. Doting upon five year old Nova, Noah is fiercely protective, even if it means keeping the only woman who's captured his attention in all that time from her.
Sweet and charming, this tender romance is filled with precious moments reflecting the established relationship Nova has with her father and the emerging one she builds with Lennon. Clever repartee, and great friends juxtaposed with those who don't even deserve the title, and family ranging from perfectly loving if a litle awkward to utterly dysfunctional round out the setting.
K.L. Grayson doesn't skimp on the emotion, both as things are coming together, but even more so when things inevitably fall apart, and I for one couldn't put it down. This standalone told from dual points of view hits all the high notes for my money and I'm just left wishing it were longer ... much longer.
Lennon was forced by her father to stay out of the spotlight, she does the only thing she could. She left New York and headed to the small town of Heaven, Texas. Lennon vowed to stay low and away from men well that was until she met the sexy as sin biker she ran off the road.
Noah Cunningham was a single father to a five-years-old daughter by the name of Nova. He didn't had time to date cause the only woman he had time for was his daughter. Well all that changed when he met the sexy, beautiful and sassy Lennon Barrick-St. James, his world was turned upside down.
Lennon wanted to help Noah heal but he kept pushing her away, his attitude hurt her in more ways than she thought. Loved how strong she was despite what her family and friends in NY thought, Lennon was a force to be reckoned with.
Contrary to what he said Noah wanted to get to know Lennon as much as she wanted to get to know him. The attraction between those two was undeniable and fierce. Noah was fighting his feelings. Eventually he gave in and realized that Lennon was the piece that was missing in his life.
Lennon met Nova and both of Noah's girls hit it off instantly. Lennon was falling in love with Noah bit by bit and vice versa. Those two were steamy, alluring and breathtaking.
Loved how Lennon was easily accepted by those close to Noah. It would be a delightful treat to see the secondary characters get their own stories. I was pleased when Mickey and Charlotte were the voices of reason when Lennon and Noah were fighting their attraction for each other.
When Lennon's past caught up with her it came as a blow to Noah, the latter was angry which was understandable given his past. When the dust settled, Noah and Lennon found themselves more in love than ever.
THE TRUTH ABOUT LENNON is a beautiful standalone romantic novel by K. L. Grayson. It was a wonderful, fun, mind-blowing and smoking hot journey. K. L. Grayson had me kooked frome the first line until I read those two famous words...THE END. Five fan-freakin-tastic stars!
He's a small town boy who has a dark past that he will do anything to protect his daughter from.
Lennon is sent to live in the small town of Heaven, Texas. When she happens upon Noah, a small town mechanic that wants Lennon to stay away.
Lennon and noah have a dynamic chemistry from the first time they meet and things heat up fast!!
When the past catches up with her, will Noah be able to accept her or will he let her fall with no one to catch her.
The Truth About Lennon will have you sucked in from the beginning, you will noy want to out it down. I read this in a matter of hours, its that good. This story will leave you feeling many different emotions, sad, happy, excited and more. It was very well written and was an attention grabbing story. Check it out, i promise you will not be disappointed.
This book was fun, light, easy to read, easy to fall into, easy to get carried away in.
Lennon - love the name. Loved her character. She has to escape NY and finds herself in Heaven, TX. She is expecting to hide out for a bit but doesn't expect to stumble into Noah Cunningham. I liked seeing Lennon's character grow while she was in Heaven. She really became the person she wanted to be.
Noah - sigh. He's everything you want in a male/alpha lead. Rides a motorcycle - check. Good with his hands - check, he owns an auto shop!
The story has it all. Fun and funny parts. Lennon and Noah are too cute together. The side characters are perfect. Loved Charlotte, Mikey, and Nova.
Looking forward to more from KL Grayson!!