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It was emotional and very intense especially after all these years of build up between them. It was filled with complicated and complex emotions that added so much drama and intensity in the relationship between Gaby and Marc. Open Preview See a Problem? I find myself getting so mad at them sometimes. I don’t do a lot of author research but this book through me for a loop.
They end up together but his brother he was so messed up. Though the chemistry between the Hero and the heroine isn’t quite what I want, but overall I enjopyed this book so much. He still loves her This is was different, then Ms.
Diana Blayne is a pseudonym for author Susan Kyle. The danger really added to the plot and pushed their relationship forward more to.
Does this mean that more of Diana Blayne’s now known as Diana Palmer will be reissued? Once the girl, now a young woman, gets drawn in to desrinies relationship with the wrong guy and finds out about her new job and boss things heat up and then there’s a tragic accident and things heat up with finding out what really happened both in the past and now in the present is what really gets the reader’s juices up and finishes up with a satisfactory conclusion.
How Marc protects her is a surprise no one will expect. I love these types of stories from her and wish her current stories would follow this formula because they’re just so so good. There was deep love there. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Now for me review: Palmer’s heroines are terrible role models, especially because they freeze up like deer in the headlights of an oncoming car as their abusive ex-boyfriends stroll back into their lives.
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Become a Desyinies Author. And they were my favorite moments. I know he said he didn’t mean some of the words he said, but I wished for every untruth he said that he cleared it up and said what truly felt.
It took me awhile to get really interested in this story but once the story lbayne in the present it was very interesting. In fact I marked up a lot of my book with my favorite moments. Something happened, to end it and Gabby hated Marc. In fact Gaby’s relationship with his brother kind of blane and formed their relationship and caused problems along the way. And they had some passive movements going on. However, I just wasn’t feeling it from the start.
And it was so good. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
I know I’ve said this before but books like this one was the reason that I fell in love with Diana Palmer and romance in general. The relationship between the H and h started when she was a young 16 or 17 just starting to develop physically blzyne he was in his 20’s.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Not as kickin’ as I wan it to be. I love how almost everyone tangler her male deshinies interest are assholes and then they realize they love the heroine and are a completely different person.
That was how meaningful and poignant that scene was for me. Things kept them apart and cause that dragging her butt in her instance she thought he would trade her for money so she always had that in the back of her mind when they met again. Sinceshe has been married to Blayyne Kyle and have since settled down in Cornelia, Georgia, where she started to write romance novels.
It was a great read. It took me on roller coaster ride filled with depth and complexity that it made me engaged in the story and really invested in the characters. Until he had betrayed her. It was sweet and exciting and awesome. She falls in love with Marcus even though he doesn’t come f I’ve read pretty much anything Diana Palmer writes and most of her books subjects involved Wyoming region or individuals with connections to cattlemen.
Highly recommend this book for anyone who likes angsty romances and likes Diana Palmer books. The version is just a republish but let’s face it, I liked the cover so much better. Gabrielle Bennett is a top model. I’ve read thousands of novels sinceand was certainly happy to read this one again, but I do wish that the publisher had made it clear to reviewers and readers that this novel is a reprint.
This point kind of relates to the point above where I talk about his brother and it’s kind of really did but I just wanted to add this to the mix as well.
I couldn’t put this book down.