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Publisher's Summary

The final book of the Walker Brothers Trilogy!
What happens when your entire future is destroyed in moments?
My name is Dane Walker, and I'm entirely, irrevocably damaged. I lost my whole life in the plane crash that killed my father and left me scarred, both physically and emotionally, barely clinging to life in a hospital as the sole survivor of the accident. I wasn't fit to function in the city, so I moved to my own private island in the Bahamas to lick my wounds alone. I'd spent my adult life building up my solitary existence on Walker's Cay. I was fine with being by myself. I was resigned to my fate.
But then I met her.
My brothers sent her; I wanted to send her away. But... I couldn't. Something about Kenzie Jordan reminds me of myself. She's broken just like me. I want to save her from whatever secrets she's hiding. She was handed a pretty raw deal in life, and she's the strongest woman I've ever known. I couldn't leave her alone on the streets somewhere, so I decided to keep her, even though it costed me my peace of mind.
Sure, I wanted Kenzie in my bed. The white-hot chemistry has been there since the moment I saw her. But she leaves me craving something... more. I thought I was helping Kenzie... until I wasn't.
Turns out, we may end up saving each other. She's the cure for my profound loneliness. Can a messed up, solitary man like me ever be enough for a woman like her? I hope so, because I don't plan on ever letting her go....
©2017 Golden Unicorn Enterprises, Inc. (P)2017 Golden Unicorn Enterprises, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By CAROLYN on 11-20-17


A very nice conclusion which ends the Walker Billionaire Trilogy and it’s Dane’s turn, he’s the scarred younger brother, who’d been resigned to spending his life alone and in near seclusion on his own tropical island away from prying judgemental eyes. But, when his brother arranges for Kenzie to be Dane’s live-in Assistant, it would turn out to be the best thing he could ever have done for his reclusive brother. Because Kenzie also had scars.. and a frightening heartbreaking past.. and she felt uncertain tomorrows too.. but Dane saw beyond Kenzie’s scars just as she had seen beyond his, they completely understood each other and they fell deeply and hopelessly in love. However, Kenzie shared a lot of her history.. but she kept back one dreaded secret about her past.. and that secret finally catches up with Kenzie when she least expects it.

It’s all things nice.. really nice characters, nice drama-lite dual POV plot, nice h/h-driven character growth, nice sex scenes and nicely narrated - but if you’re looking for angst, suspense, thrills and bad-boy Alphas sorry this isn’t it. Because it’s about Kenzie and Dane who saw beyond one another’s scars, learned to accept them, showed each other their scars don’t define them.. and that they are only a very small part of who they actually are.

Worth a credit? For me, yes.. it was an enjoyable easy-glide to the HEA with just a very short burst of drama - and sometimes that’s all I’m looking for.. a sexy sugary-sweet listen.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Suzanne on 06-05-18

Great book.

This was a great book and a good ending to another wonderful series by J. S. Scott. There has not been a single book of hers that I have not enjoyed immensely. Elizabeth Powers does a great job narrating.

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