Aurora comes from an unusual family (one mum, five dads) she’s loved and protected by her “fathers” to the point it’s almost smothering! And at sixteen she’s chafing for a little freedom. She’s going to be taking over the family business once she’s finished college, she’s looking forward to the challenge. A confident young woman who knows what she wants and how to get it…..
Logan has that air about him, an arrogant young man who thinks the world should bow at his feet, and women should throw themselves at him and he’s got such an ego it borders on aggravating! He too will be shouldering the family business, it’s a responsibility he’s not sure he’s ready for!
Broken up into segments, we go through the books seeing both sides of the story. And over a few years we see how their trust in one another is broken! Especially Aurora’s with Logan’s!
You won’t miss anything by not reading the previous books, I personally feel it would only add to the story (I do love a bit of background information)
It was heartbreaking to read how Aurora felt there was more to their relationship than Logan gave credit too, and when the inevitable happened it tore them both up!! Logan realising too late how much Aurora really meant to him!!
Can Logan ever regain Aurora’s trust again? When she swore she’d break him the next time they ever met!
I’m definitely going back to read all about Aurora’s and Logan’s parents stories. It was interesting to read about them and how they reacted with their children.
I have to admit, I was a little disappointed at how Aurora didn’t make Logan pay for his mistakes, and how quickly she forgave him. But it’s still a great story and I urge you to read this book for yourself.
It’s about giving that special someone a second chance. It’s about forgiveness and how two young people grew up and found peace with themselves and those around them.