It was supposed to be a fresh start....
Boston is in the rearview mirror, and the McDaniels boys think they've left the ugliness behind along with it. But Reid's got a secret that could tear the brothers apart. And now, to top it off, there's this girl.... Big, sad eyes; chip on her shoulder the size of a Buick. She's in trouble. Hell, she is trouble. And he just can't seem to stop thinking about her.
Former ballerina turned Vegas showgirl Lola Taylor is used to dealing with jerks at her job, but when a handsome stranger saves her from a near tragedy, she can't help but wonder if he's one of the fabled good guys. If so, the last thing he needs is to get caught up with the likes of her. No matter how hard she tries to drive him away, though, he keeps coming back. If she finally breaks down and lets him in, it could destroy her; but with every touch and every smile, her resolve is weakening....
Could Reid McDaniels be that one guy worth risking it all for?
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Trust Your Heart.
The underlying innocence behind Reid's actions. It made me want to slap him and hug him at the same time.
The emotions behind their words. They weren't just reading them, it felt like they were really feeling the emotions that were on paper.
I'm a newbie on audiobooks, and considering this book, it has been a great experience that I plan to continue. Partly due to the choice in narrators.
The ending. It was perfect and beautiful and just a little bit sad that Reid was wrong about trusting that woman (not Lola, lol).
Out of the three stories, this one was the ‘tamest’, yet it was filled with tension and just waiting for the other shoe to drop.
If you read the previous book, you know that ending was pretty much a killer, lol. I truly couldn’t wait for this book to come out at the time (I read it a while ago, before this audiobook). This story didn’t have the action the previous two books had, yet there was this underlying tension and questions about trust that kept me glued to the story till the very end.
I hated that woman (you know who, she was mentioned in the previous books), and I couldn’t believe her nerve to show up just like that. Gah! In the end, I felt really sad for the guys, particularly for Reid. :-(
Still, in the end, I loved that I got to revisit this story, and the overall series I this format.
What a fun journey. They truly deserved their HEA, all of them.
*Thank you to the author and to Frog Prints Publishing LLC for providing an ARC in exchange of my honest opinion*
"Where's the rest of it?"