Whatever It Takes

Whatever It Takes


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He put me through hell, and I called it love.
I promised myself that I would never give Eric Wayne a second chance to break my heart.
I could care less that he's some hotshot baseball player now.
In my book, he's still the guy who broke my heart.
I don't care how famous he is. Some people just do not deserve another chance.
But an unexpected encounter has now brought him back into my life. He's desperate to win me back and promises me that he has changed.
Can I ever forgive him?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781987009064
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 05/22/2018
Series: Sliding Home , #2
Pages: 282
Sales rank: 1,064,540
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.64(d)

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Whatever It Takes (Sliding Home, #2) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ShaunaC1795 More than 1 year ago
This was my first book by Elizabeth Perry and it was a stand-alone although it was a second in this series. I didn't lack anything reading this book without reading book 1. I enjoyed this story. My heart broke for Avery. Who hasn't been in her spot? Eric was a hero who showed he could be redeemed. The plotline was ok, albeit a bit predictable. The characters showed depth as the plotline progressed. I was pleasantly surprised by the curveball at the end before Avery and Eric got their HEA. I enjoyed it and could've loved it, but it lacked some answers for me. There was never any real reason given for Eric's betrayal. The young and dumb excuse didn't cut it for the feelings he professed to have for Avery before the betrayal and finding her 6 years later. There was never any conversation about Jackson's dad. I am all for accepting him as his own, but this was the second layer to Avery's distrust of men that should've warranted a conversation. The last issue I had with the story was Avery's father never having had any other place in the story than setting the course for Eric's baseball career and setting Avery and Eric on their romance. Did after he went to college, Eric never talked to him again? He has no qualms about Avery alone as a single mother in Chicago? He had no indication when her heart was broken as she, I can only assume, was heartbroken her senior year? Didn't he notice she upped and moved back in with Eric with his grandson? All of it made me question plot holes in the storyline. I wanted to love it and I am a BIG fan of second chance love stories, but with more questions than answers, I can only give it a 3 star.