Lexi has finally given up her once destructive relationships and moved onto bigger and better things with a sexy new man in town. Just when she is starting to figure it out with him, her world is tilted once again with a phone call from none other than Ramsey Bridges. A year after his entrance into her life, Ramsey is trying to make amends and does the one thing she never expects - invites her to Jack's wedding.
The wedding she had evaded at all costs. But no matter what she does, Lexi can't seem to escape her past with Jack. But does she really want to?
Despite the explosive chemistry between Lexi and Ramsey, she is skeptical about trusting him after everything that has happened. When things are amiss with him, she starts questioning his motives. Can Ramsey be the one to remove Jack from Lexi's life permanently or should she move on with her blossoming new life?
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- teasa albee
Really love this series I wish it would never stop
I just really wish Lexi and Jack will end up together they deserve each other! He was her first love he had her heart first you can't change that!
Do not bother with this series
What would have made Avoiding Responsibility better?
The story was not told start to finish. You would be current, then 2 months back, then 6 months back, then current, then 3 months back and then back to the middle again. It did not jump in accordance to the story well. Very annoying.
What was most disappointing about K. A. Linde’s story?
The character was to needy and to easily ready to jump into bed with everyone. Irritating how she thought so little of herself and has no will power to not sleep with the men in her life.
Would you listen to another book narrated by Greg Abbey?
Yes, the narration part of the book was fine. It is not his fault that the story was a little tragic and boring
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Avoiding Responsibility?
Leave the story line to follow day be day.
Any additional comments?
Do not read this book or fall into the trap of this book being good.
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