Frayedby Pamela Ann
Just as planned, she and Lindsey went to visit Emma in Greece. Trista thought this vacation was going to be a way for her to heal and come to terms with the gargantuan mistakes she'd made in the
Things with the already married Harry went sour quickly when she found out their affair had a bigger repercussion. Heartbroken, Trista had to do what was best for everyone.
Just as planned, she and Lindsey went to visit Emma in Greece. Trista thought this vacation was going to be a way for her to heal and come to terms with the gargantuan mistakes she'd made in the past.
Taylor Montgomery thought himself a rational man, but meeting the fiery Trista made him think twice. Her mask slipped enough for him to see it, once in a while. She carried pain and secrets hidden within. Her fire mixed with that vulnerability made him want to protect her all the more, but Trista wouldn't have any of it.
One thing Trista should know about the tenacious man, though. He's not the kind of man who gives up easily.
Come what may.
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I am loving this series! I need some Nook LendMe friends into New Adult romance, cause I'm seriously breaking the bank feeding my addiction :-)
I love when the unexpected happens. This story was great!!!
OMG I'm in Love with Taylor... what a man.. This is a series that begins with Scornfully Yours, which is FREE at the time of this post.. Awesome series, excellent love triangle.. can't wait to finish the series.
I stubbled onto this series and I love it and hate it. I love the characters and the stories that have addicted me and pulled at my heart strings with them. I hate it beacause the series continues and the books arent out yet! Most stories that have multiple characters lack depth and reader connection to all the chatacters. That is not a problem with this series. You will love some characters and love to hate others. But they are all well written and relateable.