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- Print Length: 342 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1523230894
- Publication Date: January 18, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01A4I7XOI
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #409,039 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book wasn't written to be taboo or forbidden, and I loved it!
This book picks up 7 years after the first book in which Carrie's mom and Jason's dad met, they also met in that book. Carrie wanted Jason to be her first, but he refused to sleep with her because he wanted her in his life for more than just sex.
Seven years later, Carrie graduated college and has moved back to her home town to be a counselor even though her boyfriend of several years moved to California to work. Something was holding Carrie back and she wasn't willing to analyze what or who that was.
Jason is living his dream of being a cop and couldn't be happier that his best friend has moved back. He wants to spend more time with Carrie, even though it's difficult to hide his feelings for her and his girlfriend is constantly on his case about Carrie.
Will end up being Two of Hearts?
Jason Wilder, Carrie’s best friend since high school and newly minted stepbrother, becomes her pillar of support as she tries to convince herself that moving to California is the right thing to do. In his role as a local police officer, Jason refers a troubled young man on a self-destructive path to Carrie in hope that she can help the boy find a better path to follow before it’s too late.
Mutual concern for Teigan strengthens the already present bond between Carrie and Jason, much to the chagrin of Ashley, Jason’s workaholic, catty girlfriend. Ashley never hesitates to make sure Carrie understands her place in the pecking order of Jason’s attention and affection. When Carrie spies Ashley leaving another counselor’s office and finds her file in a pile on her desk shortly thereafter, she chooses to protect her career and maintain an air of professionalism by keeping a key piece of information confidential instead of revealing it to Jason.
When presented with the opportunity to attend a conference in Texas, Carrie reunites with Brett, who travels there so they can spend time together. She’s also subjected to his vile family, who are too snooty and jaded to fully accept the fact that Carrie is a big part of their son and brother’s life and may soon become a permanent fixture. But before her time there is up, a major bombshell is dropped when Brett admits to an indiscretion during their time apart. This solves Carrie’s dilemma over moving and also cements her feelings for the one man who’s always owned a piece of her heart.
Jason has loved Carrie for a long time, but stepped aside when she showed interest in Brett even though it hurt him to see her with another man. When Ashley’s antics become intolerable, Jason cuts his losses by cutting her loose. This leaves him free to finally begin a relationship with newly single Carrie. But the couple soon learns that even the deepest of loves can be challenged when it has to navigate the numerous obstacles and speedbumps life throws in its way.
This story had all of the heart, humor, and heat I’ve come to expect and love in a Beth Rinyu novel. She never fails to weave an emotional tale that strikes a few chords of familiarity with her realistic characters and natural dialogue. I’d wondered about Jason and Carrie’s backstories ever since they were introduced in When the Chips are Down, and Ms. Rinyu didn’t disappoint this reader with what she created for them. I loved this novel, and look forward to reading the next one in the series, which centers on Gia, Carrie’s twin sister.
Carrie is at a point in her life where she's just starting her career and has just moved back home.
Jason finally had his best friend home. But as they spend time together feelings of friendship grow in to deeper and more powerful feeling. For them both.
People aren't who they seem to be and Carrie and Jason get the opportunity to see if these feelings can light the flame that they have burning between them.
As always new relationships are hard in the beginning. These two go through a lot but their love holds strong through it all or does it. Read to find out!!
I would highly recommend this read or any of Beth Rinyu's books. She knows how to grab your attention and keep it till the very end. She writes with deep emotion and the characters show it.
We met them as teenagers, with an incredible chemistry. The nerd and the most popular boy. Right back in high school then, we could sense that these two were more than friends but with their parents getting together, they didn’t want to ruin everything. A lot of unsaid things and hidden feelings, completely in denial, they became best friends with such a strong bond.
I wanted to read how the author was going to finally put them together … And I wasn’t disappointed, it was such a whirlwind of emotion, with a hint of humor and again some good feelings.
A few years later, these two are still close … but involved with someone else.Damn frustrating! If you read the first book, you knew that they were meant to be.
As the years go by, their feelings grew stronger, their bond indestructible. Reading about how they felt without taking the step broke my heart, so much intense and passionate. Being with someone else, but feeling incomplete, they were truly happy together, when them could be real, showing their true colors.
They were trying so hard to forget about each other. Why did it felt so bad to be with someone else? Why after trying to move on, all you wanted was to be with another person?
Of course, there was more drama and at times, they both gave me whiplash, but the reading was so worth it. It took some time to really cross the line, and to be face the truth. The author such a wonderful story from best friends to lovers, less heartlighted than the first one.
I enjoyed reading how they grew up and how they helped people in their job.Seeing again this great family, a few years later, warm my heart. I was attached to this noisy but so endearing crew, who were standing together no matter what.
The end? I loved the wink and I don’t think there would be another perfect ending for these two. “Two hearts believing in just one mind.”
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