Engaged and happily in love, Allison Scott and Damien Wales are looking forward to joining their lives together as one. Coming from a mournful year after losing her parents, Allison is ready to heal and move on to the next chapter with the love of her life.
But Damien's past continues to threaten their future. A man once obsessed with Damien's sister is now after his one and only love, Allison. The woman who came before Allison is determined to captivate Damien's heart. And Damien's best friend is somehow playing a part in it all.
One is a murderer, and Damien and Allison discover they can trust no one but each other. When Damien's history endangers Allison's life, their relationship is pushed to its limits, and they must determine if their love can overcome any obstacle or if circumstances will force them apart.
©2014 Kristin Mayer (P)2014 Tantor
Great ending to this series. Usually the sequel is not as good as the original book. This one was! Lots of surprises with a great ending. Very much worth a credit.
I can't compare it to all the book's I have, but I loved the series
When Damien rescued Alley
all of the book was good
When Alley told Damien's Mother how she felt, and put her in her place
going for the third series
"IT'S TRUE LOVE....... BUT ITS NOT GOING TO BE EASY"
This follows on from book 1 Trust Me and Allison and Damien are happily engaged but for how long because there's so much against them... his dark and dirty past is revealed, there's a bitter ex girlfriend, a manipulative Mother and a Murderer and somehow they must stay strong.
There's a lot of great chemistry, passion, romance and loving in this listen as Damien is so thoughtful, caring and deeply in love with Alli and she has to be understanding, supportive and forgiving to reach their HEA. But there's a Stalker/Murderer loose and his next target is Alli so there's a lot of drama, mystery and suspense trying to work out just who, out of the many characters, the Stalker is.
Very enjoyable BUT Alli's constant use of the word "Ug" and "My Mother always said" got annoying and she sometimes acted a bit young and naive however Damien's perfect sexy Hero character more than made up for this (yes, I'm that shallow). There was 'news' at the end that should've had a chapter of its own which would have made me happier.
Worth a credit? A very entertaining mystery romance and YES, IMO, a creditworthy listen.
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