Beyond Eighteen [NOOK Book]

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Max Goldstein has been confronted by death, betrayal, and unwanted expectations. He must work to find the delicate balance of a love that has been tested and a family that has been broken. Returning to the warmth of Wilson’s arms, he finds the only place he can be truly healed. Unfortunately, teetering on the edge of losing everything he’s ever wanted, Max must make decisions that pull at his sense of responsibility and push at his desire to ...
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Beyond Eighteen

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Overview

Max Goldstein has been confronted by death, betrayal, and unwanted expectations. He must work to find the delicate balance of a love that has been tested and a family that has been broken. Returning to the warmth of Wilson’s arms, he finds the only place he can be truly healed. Unfortunately, teetering on the edge of losing everything he’s ever wanted, Max must make decisions that pull at his sense of responsibility and push at his desire to protect the life he’s found with Wilson.

When Wilson Mooney is thrust into adulthood, she never expects her childhood demons to come knocking. Struggling to balance the delicate nature of her relationship with Max and the burning sting of betrayal; Wilson realizes she must dig deep within her soul to find forgiveness. Will she allow circumstances out of her control to shape her future? Or will she find the strength and maturity to go beyond eighteen and have the life she desires with the man she loves?

Will Wilson and Max ever get to have their happily ever after?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148468608
  • Publisher: gdelao
  • Publication date: 10/1/2013
  • Series: The Wilson Mooney Series , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 339
  • Sales rank: 303,738
  • File size: 663 KB

Meet the Author

By day Gretchen teaches computers, by night she dawns the cloak of motherhood, wifehood, and authorship. She is finding her way through self-publishing and is truly learning to let go with every curve and bump in the creative process. Gretchen enjoys writing about first loves and first times, in the first person. She is a firm believer that anything is possible if you set your mind to it; and what you expect out of life, always finds a way of showing up.

She happily lives in Northern California with her amazing husband, their three terrific boys, her talented mother, one goofy black lab, one crazy kitty, and eight happy chickens. Even though it sounds like it, she doesn't live on a farm.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2014

    Wonderful ending to a spectacular NA trilogy! You won't be sorry

    Wonderful ending to a spectacular NA trilogy! You won't be sorry reading this. Enjoy!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2014

    Recommend

    I read the trilogy and enjoyed each of the books. At first reading of the storyline description, I thought the books were going to be kind of sleezy. However, I was wonderfully surprised to find that the books were loving, romantic, respectful and sexy. Albeit at times in books 2 and 3 where the heroine got on my nerves because she was just too erratic, whimpy and "woe is me." Once you get through the heroine's pity parties, it is a fun and romantic read. I loved the hero throughout the series.

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  • Posted October 21, 2013

    This was a great end to the series. Wilson and Max have to dea

    This was a great end to the series.
    Wilson and Max have to deal with the after effect of all that conspired after Max’s father’s funeral.
    “There was nothing I could do to repair the damage I’d caused.”
    Not only do Max and Wilson have to deal with finally being free and able to be out in public as boyfriend and girlfriend, but they have to deal with all the things that are going on outside their lives that either affect them and/or their families.
    This book was steamier than the other two in the series. The switch in POVs came at a good pace/timing.
    The story starts out strong. It was a page turner as to all the information we were wanting to know with even some new developements.
    To the author: I love this quote you put in the end of this book.
    “There is no real ending…It’s just the place where you stop the story.” – Frank Herbert- Author
    I love that and thank you for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2013

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