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I feel pretty betrayed by this author for having the heroine remain celibate while the hero slept with other women. Trouble is bad…but oh so good, and even her father’s warnings won’t stop her from hooking up with trouble. overall, this is one of the best books i’ve ever read and i think i’ll never be able to forget it <3 Jonathan, Kennedy and their little family will be always on my mind and in my heart. Her mother has passed away, but her father’s still around to take care of Maddie when Kennedy goes to work.

they’ve been through a lot and yet they never, ever, stopped loving each other – for this reason their relationship just felt so. Seven words to describe Kennedy Reagan Garfield: Focused, heard-headed, nurturing, broken, lonely, responsible and strong.The way the author intertwined the present with the past is perfection, and one of my favorite things about this book. Madison glances at her mother before leaning even closer, damn near right up on me, whisper-shouting, “Soda.

they had absolutely no discussions about what happened btwn them, they mentioned it once and all is forgiven? She’s terrified and she has the right to feel that because what they have been dreaming of for years is now turning into their own personal nightmare. I closed the kindle multiple times and just saw there smiling like a complete idiot because of this child. A couple of times he got lucky by landing some minor roles on Television dramas but it wasn’t enough. Yeah,” he mumbles, though he doesn’t seem to like that fact, his attention now on the drawings covering his cast.The ending was perfect and I'm happy that now Kennedy can fulfill her own dream and now they have become this perfect beautiful and adorable family that were always supposed to be. I LOVED it - like all the feels, all the heartache, all the pain, it just seeped into my soul as I got swept along so easily with gorgeous story of second chance love. The predominant theme in this read is the relationship between Jonathan, Kennedy, and their daughter Madison. Nope, totally not but it was written so well that I could overlook the lack of those typical sweet and fluffy moments.

Every smile they share today is the product of years of tears, of years of fighting and struggling and hoping and mourning but never, ever, ever quitting or giving up, because we’re here. Kennedy left Jonathan because he wasn't ready to be a good father to their daughter but later on Maddie became the only reason they both got back together. it takes a while for him to get his big break, and for that reason he feels pressured and starts seeking relief in alcohol. I would just like to state now, if you haven't already realized - this whole review will me gushing and raving and overall just loving this book. Kennedy is of course reluctant and still angry, but little by little she lets Johnathan back in her life and their daughter's, Maddie.

I have previously read Darhower’s Sempre and I noticed that she thrives in writing about extensive character developments in her story. However, I frequently get wild ideas in my head, which are totally unfounded in reality, based on my snap judgments from looking at the cover. In fact, to say how this second chance standalone novel affected me is quite honestly, difficult to put into words. Kennedy is a single mother and Jonathan is a movie star and except of their daughter they don’t seem to have anything in common. How you convey to the reader that love that these characters use to have for each other in the past.

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