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Forced by her father to stay out of the limelight, Lennon flees to the quiet town of Heaven, Texas, where she vows to lie low and avoid men. Well, except for the sexy biker she just ran off the road - she definitely won't be avoiding him.
Noah Cunningham already has one girl in his life, and he sure as hell doesn't need another. Especially the beautiful and sinfully sweet angel that just descended upon the quiet little town he calls home.
The only problem is that the more time he spends with Lennon, the more he wants to be with her. And that's just not going to work for Noah. He's already been burned once, and he's not so sure he's ready to go down that road again.
Noah has spent the last five years putting his life back together after secrets and lies ripped it apart. So what will happen when he learns the truth about Lennon?
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By bookbruin on 07-22-17
Sexy Single Dad Romance!
If you could sum up The Truth About Lennon in three words, what would they be?
Sexy, Father, Omissions
What did you like best about this story?
I liked that above everything Noah was a father first. For better or for worse, he put Nova's needs before everyone else's and was willing to sacrifice anything to keep her safe and happy.
What does Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Kai and Wen give such emotional performances! They really bring Noah and Lennon to life and make the scenes more moving and poignant. Their voices compliment each other wonderfully and they have amazing chemistry.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When Lennon's lies by omission came to light and Noah confronted her. I could feel both their hearts breaking.
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By 🔹🔹🔹CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹 on 06-12-17
A SWEET DRAMA-LITE BEACH READ
Two things drew me to this book - the cover and the word biker (yes I'm that shallow).. ok ok maybe three things because the story sounded good too (there is that better?). But what I wasn't quite prepared for was such a sweet listen and anyone who doesn't like insta everything should move on out and look elsewhere because this sweet as candy listen would surely put a diabetic in a coma.
Socialite Lennon (aka Leni) has escaped some pretty awful press leaving shocking headlines with damning pictures behind so she's come to Heaven to lie low, lick her wounds and start over.. but, before she's even made it to her new house, she knocks a gorgeous man off his bike. He turns out to be Garage owner Noah a doting loving father to an adorable five year old daughter and very quickly they become a happy unit of three. During the two weeks they've been together Noah has opened up and told Leni everything about his past and she has given him truths too.. but not all of them (and you know where that's going to lead don't you). So, when the past comes a knocking on Leni's door, the poop hits the fan big time and, by the time the cat's long out the bag, things had quickly gone from good to bad and this Romeo and Juliet part ways under a cloud of hurt, anger, remorse, regrets, bitter words, sorrow-filled pleas and heartache all round.
Cut the sex scenes and this could be made into a Disney film.. complete with Noah's two Princesses because, once I had the image of tweeting rainbow coloured birds flying above the heads of the h/h, there was simply no going back. Yes, it had sex and Noah liked to be alpha in the bedroom, it also had a few sweet secondary characters too and a wicked stepmother.. no no sorry scratch that wrong book.. a wicked ex and a wicked Mother who broke the spell of a HEA for this couple whose dreams disappeared, like Cinderella's coach, in a puff of smoke.. ozone friendly of course! But love conquers all they say and it isn't too long before the Prince kisses the sleeping... sorry sorry wrong book again!! eh-hum before these two lovers are basking in their sugar sweet Epilogue. Dual POV and a team of dual narrators who stick to their own gender's voices making scenes flow naturally so the book smoothly runs from one chapter to another without any inconsistencies, flaws or wrongly paired narrators - Kai and Wen you rock.
Worth a credit? Well it depends on what you're looking for.. if it's an easygoing light fairy (sorry forgot the l - sweet but nope no fairies here) fairly.. yes fairly drama free listen then you've just found your next listen - but if you're looking for more then carry on looking. I enjoyed it, it made a long commute bearable so, for me, I've no complaints.
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