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For years, I was close enough to fame to touch it. Taste it. Drink it. Until one more drink became my answer to everything. Until one night I made a mistake which couldn't be undone.  

So, I cut all ties to my former life and the addiction that destroyed it. And I left in search of redemption on the other side of the country. After months building a new future, I thought my past had stayed put. Until I opened my front door to find she'd followed me.  

Taylor Hastings. My sister's best friend. And the good girl I'd never been good enough for. Not then. Not now. Not ever. One glance at Taylor's face told me she'd come searching for a safe haven. 

One glance at the swell of her stomach told me she hadn't come alone. I didn't hesitate to offer her my help and my home because looking out for her was the right thing to do...Even if the way I wanted her would always be wrong.  

So, I kept my distance. And Taylor kept her secrets. Until one kiss changed everything. Until one kiss made me realize it wasn't our first.  

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Dr. Rebecca Sharp (P)2020 Tantor

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  • 13-08-20

Loved it but...

I love a good romance story. I was glad that i used my credit for this story. I enjoyed every minute and the performance was an icing on a cake. That said, spoiler: i didn't like that the author took soo long( almost to end of the story) for the hero to find out that the h was caring his child. Not to mentioned, he never asked who the father was? After she told him, it was another one of those lines " how can you keep" the baby from me. Mind this, he had a friend with benefits when she came to see him. She was also alone for five months dealing with her pregnancy and her religious parents. Then she cried and took him back. Another words, she was a doormat! Because of this, I wasn't able to feel the true connection of the hero and the heroine. Other than that, it was good and will be on my re-listen list.