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  • Interesting Read

    One of those stories that stays with you. When Halle returns to her hometown for the first time in ten years, her world grinds to a halt before she can get that first scoop of ice cream in her mouth; standing behind her in the diner her best friends brother, Cooper. Cooper isn't happy. Cooper is angry. Halle is only here to keep a promise she made to her best friend Peyton when they buried their memory box when they graduated from high school. To dig it back up 10 years from the date. The date her best friend died. The day her tiny world came to an end. She lost the only family she knew after losing her own father. Cooper, who had made his feeling known to Halle, even though he was going to college. Cooper turned his back on her the day of the funeral and never looked back. Halle left town, made a new life for herself. Finished school and had her own successful catering business. She'd only dig up the box and leave. Keeping her promise. Then Cooper keeps showing up and oh how Halle's body betrays her mind. Cooper isn't easy to like, throughout the book he's angry, throws out accusations while he has his hand down her pants, he's overbearing and flat out mean. His friends are nice to Halle, which bothers him too. Halle has dug up the box and goes to see Peytons Mom. Cooper had to quit college to come home and look after his mother because she fell apart after Peyton died. She's still not together. Until she spends a little time with Halle. Now Cooper wants her to stay because in his tiny little mind, Halle has some magic wand she's going to wave to make his Mom all better. The guy drove me nuts. I read this book twice and yes, he was just as annoying the second time around. I felt for Halle too but there were times when I wanted to flick her nose and tell her to wake the heck up. Cooper's answer to everything was sex, then he'd push her away. Halle stays a short time and is enough to get Peytons Mom back on track a little. Cooper constantly leaves Halle just as he did the day of his sisters funeral. He ran. Right after telling Halle it was all her fault. So the tables get turned and this time it's Halle who leaves. She said what she needed to say and left. She was done. The story doesn't end there. Cooper's kick in the pants comes from his Mom. Maybe it will work. It's all up to Cooper. It's a good read angsty, twisty, steam all over the place, emotion packed and you'll keep reading and won't put it down until the end. It's just one of those kind of books. *arc from NetGalley and Entangled for an honest review* Second read

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  • Another enjoyable book

    A book full of romance and fire. Looking for more books by. Vanessa Vale

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