If it comes back to you, it's yours forever. If it doesn't, then it was never meant to be.
Taylor Montgomery doesn't do relationships. Well, she didn't until Stephen Davenport showed back up in her life. Now she's thinking about things like settling down instead of being the Montgomery sister that can't stay in one place for longer than a few months. But when she finds something hidden in Stephen's desk that looks alarming like an engagement ring, she panics.
Stephen's been in love with Taylor for as long as he can remember, and this isn't the first time she's ran away from her feelings for him, but it's the last time he's going to let her hurt him. How can he keep forgiving her when she breaks his heart into a million pieces every time she leaves?
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I loved the story of Taylor and Stephen. I empathized with Taylor. She was a free spirit for so much of her life, and it all reflects back to the difficulties she had in her past. Stephen's patience is commendable, but she flies away anyway. How these two are going to work through this is anyone's guess. It was a sweet, sexy, poignant story told in a style unique to Ms Reynolds. Their story had been left incomplete, and in need of telly, after reading Relentless, the first in this series. I absolutely loved all of the nuances, the difficult way the characters bounced back and forth in an effort to find what was truly most important to them here and now. The tension was palpable. The sexual energy was electric. And the story was a true triumph over shadows of the past. I look forward to whatever this author brings us next.