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A week later, overwhelmed with curiosity and feeling guilty for harboring secrets that didn't belong to me, I tried to return it. Only I wasn't expecting to meet him.
Unapologetically heartless and enigmatically sexy, he claims he knows nothing about the journal I found outside his place, but the reticent glint in his blue-green gaze tells me otherwise.
There's something different about him, something damaged yet magical, and I'm drawn to him, pulled into his orbit. There's just one problem. The more I get to know him, the more I'm positive the journal belonged to him, and the more I find myself hoping, selfishly, that I'm wrong.
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By Cheri on 10-23-16
Heart-Broken, Heart-Warming, But Not Heartless!
Winter Renshaw delivers a heart-felt emotional story with a plot that leads you to believe the story will unfold one way, but weaves twists that take the plot in a different direction. I really enjoyed this story, and the loved the characters.
Aidy finds a journal and her curiosity has her reading the private thoughts within the pages. She's captivated and swoons over the passion, love, and longing, the writer has for one women. She knows these thoughts are personal and decides to return the journal to the owner; however, the bearded moody man that lives at the house where she found it, denies every seeing the journal and doesn't want fans leaving stuff on his doorstep. Frustrated and a little angry she leaves with the journal. However, fate has a way of bringing two people together.
Ace was angry, lost and hurt after a heart-breaking betrayal, and from the accident that forced him to retire early from his passionate baseball career. Once Ace is convinced Aidy is not a stalker, he finds her attractive and thinks of her often. A few more run-ins, texts, calls and a steamy weekend at the lake house, these two start falling into a steady relationship, but when his past comes knocking at the door, Aidy questions their relationship and if Ace can every truly love her.
Loretta Rawlins and Nelson Hobbs performance was solid! They did a great job with the characters and emotions.
Great story and well worth a credit.
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By Angela G. on 10-16-17
I really enjoyed this story and the narrators. I've read several books by Winter Renshaw and have never been disappointed, including this one.
The story line flowed well and although some of it was predictable, there were many parts that came as a surprise. If any of them are like Ace, I'm looking forward to reading more about the remaining Amato Brothers.
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