Genres: Contemporary Romance
ago, Amelia Harris had her life ripped out from underneath her. Being the
centre of the town gossip was hard enough, but when the boy who promised her
forever left without so much as a goodbye, he took her ability to love with
family tragedy brings Evan North back into her life, the secrets of her past
have never felt as close as they do now. When the same scandal that tore them
apart rears its ugly head, will history be doomed to repeat itself?
Amelia is such a refreshingly honest lead female character who hasn’t had an easy life. Evan is a teenage flame who re-enters her life again after many years. This is their story but oh so much more!
Gradual unraveling of the story puzzle pieces help readers understand Amelia and her situation and feel the emotions she experiences. I have to say this is Max Henry’s forte…taking you on an emotional roller coaster but leaving you grateful when it ends.
This story is easy to read, fast paced and thoroughly engaging. The characters are real life like and you can relate to them so easily.
I haven’t the adequate words to describe how fantastic this book is just read it!
My God, I really enjoyed this very moving, emotional and heartbreaking story. I was so moved by this story, that it is really hard to put into words and explain just what this was like and how it made me feel. It was thought provoking and down right entertaining. A page turner that I just couldn’t put it down.
The characters were truly unique and Amelia was a great leading lady and I must say honest to a fault. When Evan her childhood sweetheart re-enters her life, their story really begins and takes you on a journey. Briar was the character of the book, that stole my heart and I didn’t recover at all.
I totally recommend this amazing book to everyone. It has everything that you could ask for. I am a complete fan of Max Henry her writing keeps getting better and better.
myself around him.” I reach out and take my drink.
her wine. “The fact he knows what happened to you in school isn’t the only
reason you miss him, is it?” She lowers her chin, levelling me with her gaze.
connection you get with another. When I’m around him, nothing else bothers me.
My world narrows when he’s in view, and I like how it feels to have those
blinders on. It’s as though I’m focussing on the only things that matter: the
people close to me.
wasn’t into you at all.”
with her family in beautiful and sunny Queensland, Australia. Life with two young children can be hectic at times, and
although she may not write as often as she would like, Max wouldn’t change a
brain-storming through a session with the weights. If not, she’s probably out
drooling over one of many classic cars on show that she wishes she owned.