Soul Mates [NOOK Book]

Overview

Some people love once for all time

Long ago on a Virginia plantation, Carlee had her mother, her home, and the boy she loved, Trey Brandauer, snatched from her when she was sold. Clinging to the promise Trey made to find her again, Carlee vowed to wait for him—forever if necessary.
Hundreds of years later when Carlee and Trey meet again at a single’s retreat, she believes they are soul mates, finally ...
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Soul Mates

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Overview

Some people love once for all time

Long ago on a Virginia plantation, Carlee had her mother, her home, and the boy she loved, Trey Brandauer, snatched from her when she was sold. Clinging to the promise Trey made to find her again, Carlee vowed to wait for him—forever if necessary.
Hundreds of years later when Carlee and Trey meet again at a single’s retreat, she believes they are soul mates, finally reunited. To her dismay, Trey doesn’t remember her or their shared past. Although annoyed that Carlee expects him to atone for a non-existent past, Trey has never wanted any woman more. To claim Carlee, he must first convince her that he won’t hurt her.
Carlee quickly falls into love with Trey again. When a series of events results in Trey abruptly ending their relationship, Carlee fears that barring a miracle, she has lost her one true soul mate—this time forever.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012578921
  • Publisher: Marilyn Lee Unleashed
  • Publication date: 1/17/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 664,000
  • File size: 248 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2012

    Don't buy this crap!

    SPOILER ALERT!!! I'm an actual fan of Marilyn Lee but most definutely not a fan of this book at all! The so called heroine who waited many lifetimes for the love of her life is a whiny, self-centered woman who does nothing but complain about the fact that the hero never came for her. He doesn't immediately remember their past but clearly feels a great deal for her and is even willing to accept her belief that she knew him in a past life. After repeatedly pushing him away, she gets angry that he doesn't come chasing after her or call her. She waited a lifetime to be reunited with her love then immediately decides they arent meant to be while at the same time demanding he chase her and make an effort to win her while she pushes him away. Unbeknownst to her he has a personal tragedy that keeps him away. He never calls, neither does she. While they're apart she decides to have sex with the other man she loves, going so far as having unprotected sex and winding up pregnant. Her total self-absorption makes her completely unlikeable. While firmly and constantly pushing the hero away, she has the nerve to complain how he isn't there for her, expecting him to chase her while absolving herself of any responsibility in maintaining the relationship. The idea that it was okay for her to have a relationship with another man, fall in love, have unprotected sex, and become pregnant while always remembering her past relationship with Trey and expecting him to not only be okay with it but to blame him for not coming for her is crazy. I could not like the female lead at all. Save your money!!!

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