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    Wyatt Wyatt Wyatt!

    This book deserves 10 stars!! Corinne Michaels wrote this book so well that I felt I was the heroine in this story they way I felt every single emotion that Angie did. Wyatt.......there aren't even enough words to describe this wonderful man. OMG this is a MUST READ book!!! The best ever by Corinne I think.
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    Don’t miss out on a book, on a series that is deli

    When I was reading Say You’ll Stay (between the sobbing and swooning) a character stole my heart. That character was Wyatt Hennington. From the moment he showed up, my bits stood up and took notice. It was really sweet of Corinne to write the perfect book husband for me. I mean, she really didn’t have to do that. She really went above and beyond. Angie wasn’t looking for love when she visited Presley, but she ended up having an incredible night with Wyatt, Zach’s brother – she just never expected that night to change her life. When Angie returns, Wyatt steps up to prove that what they have was far more than just that one-night. Now he just has to get Angie to see it. SYWM is one of those stories you just have to go blindly into. Have trust that the author is going to deliver the story you need to read. Have faith in her. When I got to about 50% into this story I felt like I was floating on a cloud. Wyatt was perfect. I was all smiles, not a single tear was shed. I do admit that while part of me was waiting for the other shoe to drop, I had put it so far out of my mind, that when Corinne laid it all out – I lost it. Completely and utterly lost it. You know that moment... the one where you put down your kindle to grab the tissue and you find yourself cursing the author. I was so caught up in the story, in Wyatt, that I let my guard down and she swooped in and crushed me. But that is one of the things I love the most about her books. That moment of pure devastation that you think “she can’t bring me back from this. I. Am. Done. RUINED.” But she does. From page one to the very last page of this book, I was owned. Angie was a spitfire who had such strength and Wyatt was perfect, even in the brief moments where he wasn’t, he still was. I loved the prior books from this author, but these Hennington men are stealing the show. I can’t wait for Trent’s book. With how SYWM ends, my heart is already in the pit of my stomach. Don’t miss out on a book, on a series that is delivering the feels in a major way! This is a must read and a top read for 2016!
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    “Fight for what could’ve been”

    5 stars for „Say you want me“ by Corinne Michaels Let’s start with the book; I love this cover and the layout of the chapter numbers! I laughed…. I only will say: “fishing” hilarious (this could have been me) Wyatt and Angie are a strong and funny couple. I cried…. Won’t go into why, you have to read it by yourself “Kissing him is a full-body experience” I was tempted to hit Wyatt, hug them and shake some sense into both! Are men like Wyatt for real??? I’m in love with this sexy on legs, funny cowboy!!! <3 <3 Corinne is an amazing Author, her characters are “real”, I feel like I know them or have been at the places by myself. I connected with Wyatt and Angie from the beginning. “Fight for what could’ve been” I recommend this book for everybody!
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    Review: Say You Want Me

    Say You Want Me by Corinne Michaels is a standalone romance that follows after the events in Say You'll Stay. It is not necessary to have read Say You'll Stay but if you plan on reading it this book contains spoilers about the events in that book. This was such a beautifully angst filled story. Wyatt was so completely adamant about his feelings for Angie and she was just too stubborn or too blind to realize it early on. The back and forth - the jealous moments and the beautifully sweet ones were just so fabulously written. I love Corinne Michaels books but am always hesitant to dive in. They are such emotional roller coasters I pretty much have to fortify myself and get ready for the emotions that her writing pulls from me. I loved this story so much and I hope you will too. Enjoy!
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    5 Together Through Thick and Thin Stars!

    I knew that I loved Wyatt Hennington after meeting him in Say You'll Stay and was so happy to hear this book would be his. He is even sweeter and swoonier this time around and I could not stop the smile on my face every time he was on the page. This is book 2 in the author's Return To Me series of interconnected stand alones. Although this book can be read without reading Say You'll Stay, it would be best appreciated if you do, since characters from the previous book appear throughout. Wyatt is pretty much the ultimate book boyfriend - thoughtful, loyal, sweet, loving, protective, hardworking, and so, so sexy. But what makes him truly perfect, is that he's not perfect. Under his bravado and charm is an insecure man afraid to give his heart away. On paper, he has nothing in common with independent city girl, Angie, but as you peel back the layers you see that the two really aren't so different. Both have chosen to keep true connections and relationships at arms length to shield their hearts. Even when they do sense the shift/feel the sparks, they're too stubborn and skeptical (especially Angie) to see the writing on the wall. Was the start of their relationship ideal? Probably not, but it forced them to recognize that their connection went beyond just physical attraction. I honestly loved watching these two fall in love. It was tender and beautiful seeing the armor stripped away a piece at a time. You root for these two and the life they're building. Of course, the road to happiness is not an easy one (nothing worth having is, right?) and there will be points when you feel like the author ripped your heart out. I don't want to be spoilery, but I felt the author handled this part of Wyatt and Angie's journey with a gentle, yet brutal honesty. It's heartbreaking and raw, but it makes coming out the other side all the more gratifying. There is the inevitable push and pull, and though I don't agree with the decisions of some of our characters, I understand them because grief makes people act in all different ways. The epilogue really brought the story and characters full circle though and made my heart full. Another part of the book that I truly enjoyed was seeing Zach and Presley again and continuing their story a bit more. This is actually my favorite part of reading interconnected stand alones. You get these small Easter eggs or sometimes almost an extended epilogue of some of your favorite characters. I'm looking forward to it again in book 3, which is Trent's story. Bring on the sheriff!
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