Review: Almost Forgotten

My Review
Love separated by pride and arrogance. the book was a good read with a great flow to it. The heroine and hero got back together when the truth is finally told, the reasons for their split none of their fault. But one thing I didn’t like was how their intimacy turned crudish with the excessive use of valguar language. I haven’t read the first book but I’ll be adding the entire series to my libraby.
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About The Book

Jake had it all: money, women, great looks. For all intents and purposes, he was
happy. Or so he thought he was.
A series of women and an unexpected appearance by a ghost from his past caused
him to re-evaluate his life.
Why had she come back? Why was she standing in his firm’s boardroom with his
opposing counsel? But the burning question was, why did he give a damn after
fifteen years?
She’d broken his heart all those years ago and Jake chose to live the life of a
bachelor from there on out. Along with his fast-paced career, he ran a
fast-paced social life. It’s what worked for him. Or he’d at least convinced
himself it did.
The loneliness his large home presented the minute the housekeeper went home and
the women that warmed his bed deserted him, left him wanting. Could he have what
so many of his friends already did: the woman, the family, the house with the
white picket fence? Maybe. But just because he desired these things, things he’d
sworn off ages ago, doesn’t mean that they were destined for him.
One thing was for sure, with Danica back in town, Jake’s life was never going to
be the same again.

 

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