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Sage Mayson had Kimberly Cullen once, and the memory of that brief encounter has tortured him since the moment he pushed her away. He should have followed his gut, but he didn’t, and now he’s left watching the woman he wants more than anything from afar.

Kimberly vowed to protect her heart from Sage, but when her sister is murdered and her world starts to fall apart, he’s the one person she finds herself leaning on.

Getting a second chance is something Sage knows is rare. He’s not going to squander the one he’s been given, and he won’t take no for an answer when it comes to making Kim his.

But what Sage doesn’t know is Kim has a secret that could leave them both devastated and heartbroken.

©2017 Crystal Reynolds (P)2018 Crystal Reynolds

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  • 24-02-2018

One of those books where the narration killed it

I own all of Aurora’s books. Her stories keep you sucked in and you just can’t help but enjoy it. Unfortunately the narration killed this one dead for me just as it did with Ashlyn’s story, it was such a huge take away. I bought the book and read it on kindle but was so very excited when it came on audible just to be disappointed. Please go back to Roger Wayne etc. they did your stories justice and brought things to life in a way that makes you listen to it over and over again. So very disappointing

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  • Patricia
  • 28-02-2018

Love those Mayson Men!

The Boom! That's what hits Sage as soon as he stops to help Kim change her tire. I have to say, he had me as soon as he was walking her through the steps of this task, I love that he immediately wanted to help her learn an important lesson. The chemistry is instant lands them for a night filled with passion. Just as soon as the two think life can't get better, things change. Kim's twin sister comes into the picture and through misunderstandings, fear and hurt feelings, the two are separated. Mayson men have a way about them that is hard to forget and get over, and Sage is no exception. With his warmth and understanding, Kim is continually drawn to him, but will their relationship withstand her secrets? Aurora Rose Reynolds is able to portray this family with incredible love, tenderness, and a fierce protectiveness that sucks you in and makes you root for the couple. I love how she is able to intertwine the characters we have gotten to know so well into each story, giving us a firm foundation of family. It really endears the story even more.

The narration of this book is not as good as previous, but did give a performance that was enjoyable. In my opinion, Zachary Michael does have a good voice, but not as commanding as the alpha Mayson men need. Thurlow Holmes has the voice of a new adult woman, though at times, I felt like her portrayal was forced, not comfortable. With the strength of the storyline though, the narration was acceptable and the book enjoyable.

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  • Darcy
  • 21-02-2018

Does love really conquer all?

I was really looking forward to this book, but must admit that I was a little bit let down. Sage rescues a damsel in distress on the side of the road. He feels an instant 'pull' to Kimberly and spends his day helping her change her flat tire, then get it repaired, then repairing a bookcase for her. During the short time together that day, both parties feel the 'boom' and end up spending the night together. However, after promising to take Kim out the next night, she gets radio silence from Sage. While she is pondering this strange change in Sage, her twin sister shows up, grabs her stuff and basically tells Kim to go to he!!. See, Kim has kidney disease and only discovered that she was adopted when she was diagnosed. She learned that her birth mother gave her up for adoption but raised her twin sister. When Kim reached out to her sister, her twin believed that she did so only because she needed something. Now it appears that her sister has run off. Later on that day, Kim runs into Sage and he is just hateful and says nasty things to her. Kim realizes that her twin did something and tries to explain but Sage doesn't give her the chance. Fast forward a couple of months and Sage acknowledges that he's been an @$$ but Kim won't talk to him. Then comes the kicker...Kim's sister is murdered. Here comes Sage to the rescue. Will Kim truly forgive Sage? Will Sage help to find the sister's killer? Is Kim safe? Alls well that ends well and we have an HEA.

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