Hewitt: Jagged Edge Series #1

Hewitt: Jagged Edge Series #1

by A. L. Long

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Overview

All Lilly Davis wanted was a simple life. She thought she could have that with Peter Hewitt. She was wrong. With too many secrets getting in the way she knew it would never work.
Accepting her parents' offer to help with running a new art gallery in Paris, she thought she would be able to put her feelings behind and start a new life, only it didn't work. Her days were filled with thoughts of Peter.
Returning back to New York, Lilly wanted what her best friend Dylan Matheson had, a loving home, a beautiful child and a man that loved her more than life itself. Only the man she wanted to share these things with still had secrets that could tear them apart forever.
When danger and loss enters her already imperfect life, would she finally be able to let down her guard and give the one thing she said he would never have. Her heart.

This book contains adult content and is intended for mature

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781533012937
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/24/2016
Pages: 330
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.74(d)

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Hewitt: Jagged Edge Series #1 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Skimmed through most of the book. The characters lacked substance and the plot was poorly developed. Had the author taken the time to lay the foundations for the story, it could have been a really interesting book. There are lots of little bits of information that pull the basic plot together, but there is very little, if any, background to give context. For example, I know that the "heroine" has recently returned to NY from Paris, but I don't know what she was doing while in Paris until much later in the story, The author mentions she did something for her parents related to an art gallery which, we find out at the very end, was owned by her parents. There are a lot of random elements throughout the book that are left without explanation. It would have improved the story if the author had filled in details. Instead, we are left with a story that talks a fair amount about drinking to excess and sex, and a too-easy resolution to some complicated issues. I ended up knowing "what" happened, sort of, but not "why". It's too bad, really, because it could have been a really good story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazing read.