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Ryan Porter needs a change from his busy city lifestyle. After five years of living in New York and establishing his own real estate firm, something is still missing. When a tragedy brings Ryan back to his family's rural home in Maine, he finds that missing piece.
Tyra has heard stories of Ryan since she first met his family years earlier. Now Ryan has come home, and he is more than she dreamed he would be. Neither can fight their attraction for the other. And while Tyra just might be the catalyst for the change Ryan needs, first he must embrace Tyra's secrets.
With family secrets creeping out, a profitable relationship ending, trouble with his company, and the unexpected loss of his father, Ryan's life has been thrown off course. The one thing he's got going for him is the new woman stirring up emotions he's never experienced before. Tyra might be the one who convinces Ryan there's truth to his mother's tales of a soul mate.
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By Adriana B on 12-17-16
Good Contemporary Romance
I enjoyed this story. It was my first book from this author. There were some really sad moments and some sweet moments. There were secrets being kept that made things more complicated.
Narrator did a fairly good job bringing the story to life. I'll be reading her next book in this series.
**This audiobook was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion**
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By Amazon CustomerBeliever on 12-24-16
I got this book via audiobook boom. This is a continuation of the Porter family story. Specifically the oldest son Ryan's story. There are three brothers so expect at least two more books. Hopefully with a different narrator. She made the story drag for me. Perhaps she was just learning this author's style. I did not like Ryan's anger at Tyra when she revealed her job. After all, he was still in a relationship with his New York girlfriend. But as the story progressed he became a better character. This can be read as a stand alone but is better when you read the first book and perhaps the end of the full story will be revealed in the next two. This is the type of story that needs to come as a box set so you can get the full impact.
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