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    Romantic, suspenseful and insightful

    We have all made mistakes, some more risky than others, but when an unscrupulous monster attempts to control Sarah by exposing her secrets, her whole family becomes involved. After an accident, Benny walks into Sarah's clinic to have his arm stitched up, and she has to face the other man who knows her darkest secrets. Sarah finds her life being upended once more. The romance they shared at university flares up again as Sarah first helps to take care of Benny, and then as he protects Sarah from the fallout of her poor choices. Meeting up with the Drexel family made me feel as if I was in the middle of a family reunion. I couldn't help but fall in love with Benny who is fighting his own battles as he is also trapped in a situation that is threatening to pull him under. This book has dark elements to it and may not be to everyone's taste. It is, however, well written with a surprising amount of information about life in a reservation in New Mexico and the environmental difficulties people face. Whilst romantic, the plot is also suspenseful and comes with a warning regarding the devastating nature of cyberstalking. It is nevertheless a standalone and comes to a somewhat bittersweet close. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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