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From USA Today bestselling author Willow Winters, comes a provocative, standalone, contemporary romance.

I felt him before I even saw him in that deserted bar.

Years have passed. One look at him and everything comes back. 
His eyes pierced through me, stripping me bare and exposing my darkest secrets.
Even worse, he seemed to know what I thought about late at night, all alone in my bedroom.  I’ve never spoken the words.  I didn't have to.   Maybe it’s because he’s a part of it. My past and my present.  

I fantasized about him.  It was his lips on mine, his hands that pinned me down.  His rough stubble that scratched along my neck as he told me what to do.
It was natural that my mind would be consumed with thoughts of him.  After all, I’d fallen in love with him years ago, but it could never be for so many reasons.  

“Tell me you want it.”  His rough voice cut through the night and I couldn’t resist.  It was a command I’d fallen prey to, and that’s where my story really begins.

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Another amazing read that I couldn’t put down. What if you love someone but they were another’s? I absolutely love this book, it will definitely give you all the feels. Love, loss, guilt, and finally finding happiness. Addison, Tyler and Daniel will have you glued to your kindle and not wanting to stop reading. I don’t want too give anything away because I hate spoilers but trust me you will want too read this book. I’m dying to read the next book in this series but I need to know who wants to come after the Cross’s & Addison.

Beautifully emotional

How would you feel if you came face to face with your soulmate, only to realize they couldn’t be yours? What lengths would you go to to stay close? The theme of this book could be called a beautiful sadness. Denying your soul, trying to do the right thing, is it worth it? Addison carries this deep sadness inside of her but I found that only drew me to her more. Her sadness made her beautiful. Both are lost without the other and yet each is a current going the opposite direction. Fighting against each other but needing desperately to align. I got in a good couple of ugly cries reading this. I felt like screaming at their pushing each other away and swooning over not only Daniel but Tyler as well. Daniel made my heart cry and want to hold him. The intimate scenes are perhaps the hottest, most emotionally charged ones Willow has ever written. This book was a true emotional roller coaster that I couldn’t put down. The characters captured me from the first page and ensnared me in their shared grief. Captivating. Emotional. Beautiful. Intriguing. Sexy. Sorrowful. Hopeful. I’m left feeling drained and in need of an emotional support pet now.

Forbidden desire, love, longing

A forbidden desire, love, and longing. What would you do if the one you wanted was already claimed by another? What would you if the man you really belonged to was off limits? Two souls that were destined to be together but couldn't until one beautiful soul was lost.
Addison has finally moved on from the lose of Tyler. The man that loved her unconditionally and gave her everything she could ask for, except that her heart belonged too someone else. The death of Tyler was too much and she had to get away, leaving behind the one man she really wanted. Blaming herself for Tyler's death, Addison took a long time to get to a place where she finally felt somewhat whole again. That is until she runs into Daniel. The strength and confidence she felt quickly vanished and the guilt and sadness took its place. Addison was more angered that Daniel did not acknowledge her. Angered by this she's set her eyes on getting him to notice her and finally release what she's had building up inside her all these years.
Daniel couldn't believe his eyes. Addison? Of all the places he would run into her, he never thought it would be that night. Addison has haunted his dreams, his thoughts, his heart. She has always been his and now it is time to make it happen. So when he walks into the bar again it is no coincidence she is sitting there. It is no coincidence he sits next to her. It is no coincidence he acknowledges her. It is no coincidence it's the night that he claims her.
Addison is overwhelmed by Daniel, but that is nothing new. He has this power over her and now there is no one to stop them. Finally together, it's not the fear of what it can be, but their past that haunts their future. Can two soulmates finally find their forever? Will the past jeopardize their happily ever after?
I loved Daniel and Addison. The pain, weakness, fear, longing, need, lust, desire that they both had for one another poured off of the pages and consumed me. Willow Winters ability to make them so real captured me and held me a prisoner in their story. I found myself praying that the things they did was for the better good and in the end their pain and struggles would be worth it because they would finally find one another. Daniel and Addison have imprinted themselves in my soul and will be with for forever.

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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Published: Mar 13, 2018
  • Publisher: Willow Winters Publishing LLC
  • Seller: Willow Winters Publishing LLC
  • Print Length: 300 Pages
  • Language: English
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