This is my first time reading Ms. Alton’s work and I had some difficulty sticking with this book. It was an overall good read, but it was not one of my favorites. It did have some good parts that captivated my attention and brought a little mystery with it as well. ~ Shelly, Guilty Pleasures
As the chief legal counsel for dot-com billionaire Liam Stone, Garrett Marsden has grown accustomed to being universally loathed. In fact, he welcomes it. Because the bigger the fight, the easier it is to run from his desire for someone he can never have: his stepsister. But when Garrett flies back to Julep, Mississippi, for Savannah’s med school graduation, a steamy encounter makes all his wildest dreams come true—and leads to his undoing. Because that’s when he meets Savannah’s boyfriend.
Five years later, Savannah Boudreaux couldn’t be happier as a small-town Southern doctor and single mom to a young son. There’s only one thing missing. Her stepbrother, Garrett, has just been released from prison, and although he may be a free man, he’s become a bitter shadow of the kind and caring man who once came to her rescue. Now Savannah will cross the line to save Garrett from himself: to prove that he can live his life, love whoever he wants . . . and be a wonderful father to their son.
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Garrett wants something he can’t have and that is his stepsister Savannah. One night five years ago he crossed the line and reacted to the attraction between them, but when things change in an instant and Garrett ends up in prison he cuts Savannah from his life. Now he is out and looking to restart his life and the attraction for Savannah is still alive and growing.
Five years ago Savannah let her attraction for Garrett take wings and changed her life forever. She is now a single Mom and small town doctor thinking life is good, but her ex-finance’s family may cause more havoc then either she or Garrett are prepared for.
This is my first time reading Ms. Alton’s work and I had some difficulty sticking with this book. It was an overall good read, but it was not one of my favorites. It did have some good parts that captivated my attention and brought a little mystery with it as well.