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The young man holding her close was the very man she shouldn’t love…

While visiting the Caribbean island of San Felipe, Megan was taken aback to see how strong her stepsister's son, Remy, had grown up to be. It had been sixteen years since they last met. When Megan was fifteen, her parents divorced and her mother lived on this island after getting married to Remy’s grandfather. Megan couldn’t forgive her wild mother and chose to live with her father, but it meant that she’d had to live far away from her beloved Remy. And it seems she should have kept that distance forever because Remy’s passionate gaze kept meeting Megan’s eyes—it was the beginning of their forbidden romance.

About the Author

Anne Mather always wanted to write. For years she wrote only for her own pleasure, and it wasn’t until her husband suggested that she ought to send one of her stories to a publisher that they put several publishers’ names into a hat and pulled one out. The rest as they say in history. 150 books later, Anne is literally staggered by the result! Her email address is and she would be happy to hear from any of her readers.

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Available until : Aug. 31st 2019(Monthly course($59.99)

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hmmm...not my favorite 3  3

I am happy that Gee enjoyed this novel and it brought fun but this wasn't the novel for me. I wasn't against the older woman younger man thing, fine with that. It was more of the relative's thing, even if you weren't related. Plus, I really didn't like the hero's mother because of many things. This is a woman that has suffered the stigma of being half white and half black, suffered prejudice from the heroine's father and her jilting lover but she projects them onto the heroine as her punching bag. She goes on about how prejudiced they were to her but she's just as prejudice with judging the heroine for being the man's daughter when she had no idea of the incident. In fact, she even tries to hide it from the heroine but keeps jabbing on her barbs. Then and this goes for both hero and his mother where they take the heroine's shocked face from the startling news of her father's true colors as a sign that she thinks like them. Where can they jump to the conclusion because if I were the heroine who's all about equality then told that her father was a racist then she would be pretty shocked. The storyline was pretty sad what with her mother's husband's calling out only for the hero and the heroine, which really hurt the hero's mother who turned her rage on the heroine. The heroine and hero trying to navigate their feelings was alright, it is common. It just wasn't my cup of tea.

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This is sooo good! I love that it wasn't a typical boring read. And the best part was the ending. It wasn't rushed and I had enough time to marinate in their happy ending.

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