Will he be her turn at love?
After being dumped by her fiancé, Eleanor Carrington flees to Paris to get her mother out of her self-medicated haze. While keeping her from popping pills like gummy bears, Eleanor launches a new, no-strings-attached life plan with absolutely NO falling in love whatsoever. On her part at least, because her wrecked self-esteem could do with one or two Frenchmen going crazy for her.
What she doesn’t need is for her first love, Zachary Murdoch, to burst back into her life. Whatever shit-show she’s just been through was a stroll. What Zach put her though was a climb up Mount Everest. Barefoot. In a bikini.
Now a club-owner in Paris, Zach is intrigued by the troubled woman who was once the sweet girl he had to give up. Offering a shoulder for her to cry on is what he owes her. Loving her is what he lost the right to. Because there’s a reason he broke up with Lenor and that reason is why she’s in Paris.
Sometimes your first love is also meant to be your last… Sometimes.
If you love sexy contemporary romances about redemption, finding yourself, and being true to you, you will love You Turn.
Buy You Turn now for some va-va-voom!
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About the Author
Marion loves to share these happy vibes, talk book crush, fictional boyfriends and sexual chemistry with like-minded people. And because she spends most of her days on her own deep inside her writing cave, you are welcome to come and say “hello” from time to time. Just to make sure she doesn’t sink into insanity. Her friends, family and arch-enemies (there are quite a few) will be forever grateful for your help. That’s where you can find her: • www.marioncroslydon.com • www.twitter.com/mcroslydon • www.facebook.com/marioncroslydon • www.youtube.com/user/marioncroslydon.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I first met Lenor in Marion Croslydon's novel No Reverse. I wasn't sure how to feel about her, but when things didn't end well for her, I hoped she'd get a chance at finding love again and with You Turn, Marion has done just that. Everything I'd wanted for Lenor and more was in this book. I sort of liked the Lenor I met in No Reverse. There wasn't too much in there about her as an individual, so when I realized I was really going to get to know her, I was very excited. Everything I thought I knew about Lenor was wrong. I had no idea how strong she was and that she'd had another huge betrayal in her past. I wasn't really sure how to feel about Zach, especially since it became apparent he'd broken Lenor's heart once before and done it brutally. However as time went on and Zach and Lenor spent more time together, I began to see what may have happened and how they could make things work with each other this tie around. I thought it was horrible they had the parents they did. Those men and women were never fit to be parents and it seemed so wrong their sins messed with their children. When you read the book you'll find out what a piece of work Louise, Lenor's mother is and her pompous father too, and how Zach's parents worked to mess him up too. The story was very fast paced and kept me on my toes. I loved how the chapters were set up going between the past and the present, especially in the beginning, to help give us an idea of what had happened between Zach and Lenor and to give us some insight to their personalities. All it took to hook me was the first chapter and I had so many questions that kept getting answered and creating more as I read. I literally read this book in a matter of hours. I devoured it and was left wanting to see more of Zach and Lenor. There were moments when I was happy and then there were moments when I was devastated as truths came forward and realized Lenor and Zach and others were in pain. There's no way I can do full justice to this novel in words. It is really a story that needs to be read to be experienced. Don't let the beautiful and inspired cover fool you. This novel is more than about sex, it's about love, second chances, family, relationships, and finding yourself and being true to you. It's a fabulous novel and Marion Croslydon has outdone herself with it. I can not wait for her next novel. I'm hoping it'll be Sam's story, but I'll take anything she writes.