From Golden Heart Finalist Alyson McLayne comes a new contemporary romance series following the boys of Saint Ignatius, who are all grown up and still fighting it out on the soccer field—and finding love in Sizzling, Sexy Santa Barbara.
The clock is ticking for Sarika Dkany.
After Sarika's childhood-friend-turned-lover walks out the door, she's determined to have everything Rafe wouldn't give her: a husband, a home, and children—even if it means forcing her broken heart to love someone else. Now her godmother's ill, and Rafe has returned to bring Sarika back to Santa Barbara—and back into his life. Except Sarika says she's over him.
The clock is ticking for Rafael Fabrizio.
For all of Rafe's trappings of success, he's a man wounded by his broken childhood and afraid to claim the only woman he's ever loved—until he discovers she plans to marry someone else. Facing a lifetime without her, Rafe vows to overcome his past and convince her he's capable of being the man she needs. But will Sarika trust him again with her heart? And is she willing to forgive the past and move into their new future?
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About the Author
Alyson McLayne is a mom of twins and an award-winning writer of contemporary, historical and paranormal romance. She’s also a dog lover and cat servant with a serious stash of dark chocolate. After getting her degree in theater at the University of Alberta, she promptly moved to the West Coast of Canada where she worked in film for several years and met her prop master husband. Alyson has been nominated for several Romance Writers of America contests, including The Golden Heart, The Golden Pen, The Orange Rose, Great Expectations, The Molly’s and The Winter Rose. Her debut historical romance, Highland Promise, will be published by Sourcebooks in October, 2017. Highland Promise is the first of five books in The Sons of Gregor MacLeod series. Highland Bride will come out in February, 2018. Alyson and her family reside in Vancouver with their sweet but troublesome chocolate lab puppy named Jasper. Please visit her at www.alysonmclayne.com and look her up on Facebook (www.facebook.com/AlysonMcLayne) or Twitter (@AlysonMcLayne). She loves chatting to her fans!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
They loved each other and it is rediculous why he thinks they couldnt be together. They both have mental problems.
Loved the strong characters.
Great read. Look forward to reading the next book.
I gave up half way through - have no interest in continuing to read a story where the lead male character not only is unable to express love, but repeatedly ignores the female lead's wishes, won't acknowledge his past relationship with her, kidnaps her, interferes in her business, controls her, dictates to her, etc. Even though she's spunky enough to stand up to him and repeatedly defies him, she always gives in because of the special sexual attraction they have between them, then berates herself for being weak and giving in to him. Puhleeeze! Too old fashioned sexist and abusive a relationship for my tastes. NOT a keeper.