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    Couldn’t put it down! Great finale for the series!

    I did something I rarely do – I put down another book to read this one. I was curious so I started on page 1, thinking I’d get a taste for the book and found I was picking it up every chance I could get to finish it. I loved Beck’s story of returning to the compound with a memory loss and meeting up with Jewel, who played in that lost period. Watching them re-discover their love (‘two times’ is in the title!) was a great journey. It also brought the entire Rock Royalty back together and it was a great ending to their stories.
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    Can he walk away this time?

    A good ending to the Rock Royalty series. We have been waiting for Beck to come home through the whole series, he is finally home and has no memory. He doesn't even remember Jewel and it is heartbreaking for her. She has a secret for Beck, but is afraid to tell him since he doesn't even remember their time together. As Beck comes to terms with the new way of life that the others have chosen, he has to either continue to be a loner or choose to join in. He has so much to lose if he walks away this time.
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    Oh my.... what a lovely story!

    What a wonderfull story! Beck comes back to the US after a serious headinjury, which leaves him with a large gap in his memory. And he just KNOWS he's missing something vital. But what? Jewel is a strugling single mom of an almost one year old daughter and she has loved Beck since her teenage years. She was on cloud nine when they were a temporary item. Now Beck's back, but he doesn't remember being with her before his trip abroad. And that hurts. A lot. But slowly the memories come back to Beck and Jewel and Beck seem to become an item again. But will life get in the way? You'll really want to read the story for yourself. Believe me, you do. Because it's heartbreakingly beautifull. Just be sure to have a box of tissues nearby.
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    A sweet, heartwarming story!

    This was a well-written, enjoyable book. Beck returns to LA after an accident that has caused him to have months of his memory lost. Jewel has a couple of secrets, one of which is her childhood crush on Beck. When they meet as adults their chemistry is off the charts. But what will happen when Beck finds out Jewel's other secret? This was such a sweet, heartwarming story! It can be read as a standalone book, though it is part of a series with related characters.
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    ... the trek is worth every tear.

    How a reader knows they just read something special. When a reader counts down the days to the date of release. When you make a pact with yourself not to cry and go through a box of Kleenex anyway. From beginning to end, wanting to experience the journey all over again. Love Me Two Times is a reminder of why I love the Rock Royalty series. A family born from chaos and pain proves that the power of love can conquer anything. Through times of sorrow, moments of danger, instances of happiness and the surprises too numerous to count Ren, Cilla, Beck, Bing, Cami, Payne, Reed, Brody and Walsh learned that blood ties are not the only thing that helps a family thrive. Deep connections, faith and an abundance of love are just as powerful. In Love Me Two Times, Beck and Jewel's journey is one of healing, forgiveness and self enlightenment. It's not always easy and there are rainy days before the sun breaks through, but the trek is worth every tear.
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