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Fleeing Los Angeles, Cassie heads to small and off-the-map Petal, Georgia, to start her life again. Shane Chase, a man who's held himself away from commitment since his fiancée dumped him several years before, knows the beautiful newcomer is hiding something. He's wildly attracted to her strength and her underlying vulnerability as well. But the last thing Cassie wants is another big, overwhelming man who wants to control her life.
A battle begins between Shane, who knows what he wants and Cassie, who tries to keep a distance between herself and the very handsome sheriff. But Cassie's ex is back and he wants her dead.
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By 🔹🔹🔹CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹 on 06-25-13
THERE'S 2 BRO'S LEFT SO I'M OFF TO PETAL GEORGIA
Shane's story - he's the tough dislikable Sheriff and oldest Chase brother who we met in book 1 and because of a cheating girlfriend he's a 'use them then lose them' type - until he meets Cassie who thankfully brings out the best in him but she's even more physically and emotionally scarred than him.
This is a feel good contemporary love story about obsession, trust, forgiveness and love in a small town in America where we meet some great characters including the handsome Chase bothers and their family, a damaged and violated woman on the run, a brutal ex, some jealous wanna be's and a Sheriff who has to fight for the woman he loves. It has a good plot which contains drama, tension, heartache, sex, romance, lust and love.
Could be a stand alone listen but you may miss some of the background.
Worth a credit? Yes and eagerly looking forward to the others.
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By Susynne on 06-16-18
2nd in the series
And second best too. These are easy tales with no real surprises but pleasant to experience with such phenomenal narration. This story was a tad grittier, if I can use that term for a fluffy romance... but it didn’t pull me along as well as the first.
There is heat, very frank sexual scenes and language.
Creditworthy? Well, after the first one I may not have actually used a credit for another, it was obvious it would be predictable, but I was thoroughly pleased that I got it in my romance package, thank you Audible!