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Series: Rosemary Beach
Published by Atria on 6/30/2015
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance
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Also in this series: Fallen Too Far, Rush Too Far
Also by this author: Twisted Perfection, Fallen Too Far
A Rosemary Beach Novel
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Abbi Glines comes the next new adult novel in her beloved Rosemary Beach series, which continues the story of Mase and Reese from When I’m Gone.
“She was where my home would always be. It was time I took the next step and proved to her I was all in. Forever.”
A chance meeting in Rosemary Beach has turned into a fairy-tale romance as Reese prepares to move in with Mase on his family ranch in Texas. With the loving support of the Colts, and her recent discovery that she has family of her own, Reese can finally move on from the dark horrors of her past and into a bright future.
But Aida isn’t going to let that happen. The beautiful blonde has been raised to think of Mase as her cousin, but it’s clear to Reese that Aida doesn’t love Mase like a cousin should.
And then there’s Captain, the inescapable stranger who has connections in Dallas and Rosemary Beach—and who conveniently shows up wherever Reese happens to be. Hot, mysterious, and plain-speaking, Captain isn’t afraid to tell Reese what he thinks about Mase—and how he feels about her.
As the competition for Mase and Reese’s hearts heats up, Reese’s past begins to unravel, illuminating shocking truths that will forever change the lives of the happy couple—and set the final stories of Rosemary Beach in motion.
Abbi Glines has done it again! She’s pulled me into a story that I loved and couldn’t put down.
I love Reese and Mason. They are such a great couple, and things aren’t always easy for them. Two people are constantly trying to put doubt in their heads about each other. And that drove me nuts. It’s like they couldn’t stop needling, but I had to keep reading so I could see them put in their place.
I think Reese grew the most in this book. I know we all love Mason but he pretty much has his shit together, he just needed to get a few obstacles to understand that Reese is the only one he will ever love. Reese wants to work, and I love that she has the confidence to say that she wants to work because she feels like she needs to. She used to think of her dyslexia as an issue preventing her from doing every day things, but realizes that it may make things a little more difficult for her, not impossible. Her confidence in working is amazing, and I loved seeing her blossom in her environment.
A person from Reese’s past shows up and causes trouble. And there are battles being dealt with by Kiro, Mason’s dad, that he has to go help straighten out. I love when Reese and Mason go back to visit Rosemary Beach. That group of friends is always so warm and welcoming, and don’t look down at Reese at all.
Like I said, this story sucked me in, and I can’t wait to read more. I really hope Captain gets his own book, because his presence in this book is mysterious and I HAVE to know more!!!
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