Most would view Dylan’s life as a living Hell, but she discovered what Hell really was.
Twenty year old, Dylan was minding her own business when twenty-six year old Ethan sat down at her table. All she wanted was peace from her past. He offered her the protection and calm she had never known. That was until she learned how much of that past he was a part of.
If life had taught Dylan Summers anything it was that not everyone gets a happily ever after.
Dylan Summers had many demons in her past. She knew that she could only trust herself, because she had no one else to depend on. She didn’t believe in love. Dylan had an extreme fear of the male species. So she was surprised when one day in the pizza shop, this guy, she assumed to be an attorney caught her eye. She wasn’t sure what came over her but she couldn’t get this stranger out her mind.
Ethan Asher was a mystery of the greatest kind. To say he was made up of many secrets and lies is an understatement. He was taken aback by his encounter with Dylan and her beauty. He seemed to be the perfect mix of the good guy attorney with his badass tattooed side. Looks can definitely be deceiving.
This book had me on my toes. I kept thinking I knew what was to come next or what the twist might be but most of the time I was clearly wrong. This book has danger, intrigue, suspense, tragedy, love, friendship and a very messed up family. Just when you think you all of the lies have been revealed another one comes out of left field to knock you on your ass.
Dylan is a very strong and independent person that has been through enough for one lifetime. But she was also still a very young and naïve girl. She wants to believe that after finding Ethan that love can prevail, but nothing can withstand the power of a lie. This book kept my interest throughout and I hope that there will be more to come in their story…
J.W. is a stay at home mom with 2 0n-the-go kids, an amazing husband, and 1 lovable dog. She lives in a small town in Tennessee, where she enjoys writing, reading, and talking. She was told from a young age that her dreams of writing were ludicrous. However, after a talk with her daughter she pulled out her old laptop and rediscovered her desire to tell stories. She doesn’t consider herself an author, more a teller of tall tales.
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