The Shape of Trust

The Shape of Trust

by Brinda Berry

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ISBN-13: 9781791380144
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication date: 12/19/2018
Series: Stand by Me Novel , #5
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.61(d)

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The Shape of Trust (Stand By Me, #5) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
MAustinreviewer 3 days ago
The Shape of Trust was a great 5 star read and book five in the Stand By Me series. Webb is a bachelor that has had some dating nightmares and is a little standoffish when it comes to women. I had a LOL moment from some of his dating experiences. Lily has been hired to work at the bookstore that Webb owns along with his friends sister, Josie. The way she meets Webb was hilarious and definitely embarrassing for Lily. How can she work with someone so hot? Of all the bosses I’ve ever had, ever dreamed about, ever see on television...none of them looked like this guy. - Lily Webb has definitely taken notice of Lily and he cant stop sneaking glances at her. And of course Lily has noticed Webb as well. Things take a big twist when a woman and child show up at the store on a rainy night, Webb is thrown for a huge loop. He meets his 5 year old daughter Julieann. Lily steps up and offers to help Webb with his daughter. Will these two connect and get a HEA.? Or will each of their secrets interfere and ruin everything? My emotions were all over the place and I loved the bantering. We do get some steamy scenes as well. I really liked all of the secondary characters. Brinda Berry does a great job of pulling you right in with her writing. I didn’t want to stop until I was done, I had to see how things ended. And the ending, OMG loved it. I’m an 80’s girl and loved the band that helped Webb out. This is a must read, you will really enjoy it.
Lisah01 4 days ago
The Shape of Trust (Stand by Me #5) By Brinda Berry Rated 5 stars This is another super book in the Stand By Me Series. I have read quite a few of this series. This is a interesting one that deals with some tough decisions for both characters. It was all blended well together. I liked each of the main characters and the story was good. The connection between Webb and Lily was very believable. I enjoyed their time together as much as they did. Learning, talking and laughing. That kissing!?!? Meltdown! Webb has struggles in his life but his most recent is staying away from Lily who he considers “too young” for him. When he hires her for a job the struggle is harder because being around her all the time makes him only think of one thing. When they talk about the physical ”age” difference vs the mental one it’s mentioned by Lily that: “ It’s not the days that make up a life, you know. It’s the experiences.” I thought that was so profound. Great line! I struggled with his daughter sometimes because a 5yo would not be okay with her grandma leaving her with someone she doesn’t know. ....and not crying for her mom all the time. That just seemed weird. She acts like she is perfectly fine living with a man she has never seen. Plus the words she uses and actions make her seem older than her age. I just wish this would Have been addressed at least for a little bit. Then have her adjust to her new life. She is a cute addition to the story so I can fault for that addition. Again this is not my first book by this author. It is probably my second favorite of the series. I like that the author doesn’t shy away from real problems and uses them to show how people can move forward in life.
Steph7anie 20 days ago
This is The Shape Of Trust, book 5 of the Stand By Me series, written by Brinda Berry. This book was sweet and steamy and cute and even filled with anguish. You won’t be able to stop yourself from loving the main characters and their forbidden romance. Sometimes things aren’t as simple as black and white. Sometimes you just have to trust what someone is telling you. Enjoy!
Penny42058 20 days ago
I really enjoyed this book about Webb and Lily. Webb is attracted to Lily from the beginning, but he fights it because he thinks he’s too old for her. He also thinks he’s not good enough for her. Do you love single dad stories? Webb finds out he’s the father to the adorable five-year-old, Julieann, when her grandmother drops her off with him. Her new husband doesn’t want her living with them. Lily doesn’t hide her attraction to Webb, but will she change her mind when his secrets come out? No spoilers, so grab your copy and get ready to laugh and fall in love with these characters.
EllenH 20 days ago
4.5 Stars I enjoyed this story of two people at a crossroads in their lives. They must trust in each other and what they have if it is to survive.