Book 1, Lost in London Series
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~The prequel to the London Lovers Series~
The dreaded friend-zone...
The last place I ever want to be with college basketball God, Jake LaShae.
I am losing my mind trying to figure out what this gorgeous and confident man wants from me. I need to break through his walls. What is it about me that makes him not go there? What am I lacking?
When a mind-blowing betrayal knocks the wind out of me, and I think I can't feel any lower...Brody stumbles into my path—barefoot no less, and sexy as hell. His direct and mouth-watering swagger is a breath of fresh air. The feelings this man gives me are like nothing I've ever experienced.
But Brody has a past.
A past that makes it nearly impossible for him to trust me and let us become us in whatever capacity that may be.
Just when Brody and I truly connect, just when I think that finding my soul-mate in college isn't a total joke, Jake comes back into my life…and messes things up…possibly for good.
This book started out so good but the lead female named Finnley is selfish. She is always thinking about herself and not about how her actions will affect others. As the book ends it gets better but then at the end she screws everything up again for book 2. I have no desire to read the second book. The author tries to portray Finnley as this self sacrificing heroine, but in reality she's acting like a child. Instead of telling her boyfriend about not being able to have children she breaks up with him and moves to London. Seriously how much can she really love him if she doesn't trust him enough to share her problems with him. This is not how a grown up relationship works.
Great Love story
this is a great story about finding love and the stings of life that affect relationships. Couldn’t put the book down. Read right through to the end in one setting. Can’t wait to read the next book.
Every once in a while you find a book you just can't put down and can't wait to see what happens with the characters. This is one of those books. Although I could do with less use of the "f" bomb, I enjoyed the story line and have already downloaded the sequel.