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Thursday, March 15

Review: Breathe by Donna Alward

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Title: Breathe

By: Donna Alward

Released: December 6th, 2010 Samhain Publishing

My Copy: Ebook provided by Author

BookWhisperer Rating:

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About the book:

The first time they broke each other’s hearts. Now they have a second chance… Doing what was expected didn’t get Anna Morelli anything but a bad marriage. Now that her life has fallen apart there’s only one place she can think of to regroup and figure out what comes next. Two Willows, the winery owned by the only man she could ever rely on. Her oldest friend. And her worst mistake. Growing up as the poor boy didn’t stop Jace Willow from falling for Anna one hot, sultry summer. Back then, his best efforts to prove himself worthy of the Morelli standard fell just short. While it killed him to see her marry someone else, he made beating the Morellis at their own game his life’s work. And he’s excelled at it. When Anna shows up on his doorstep, their painful history pales in the face of her need for a roof over her children’s heads—and some peace. The heat of their renewed passion is healing, but it burns away layers of hard-won emotional distance, reopening old wounds. Threatening their one last chance to rebuild their love on the shattered pieces of their broken hearts…

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Breathe is a story about love and loss. As a young couple their love was a failure, but now after years of heartache and regret Anna finds herself at his doorstep once more. Years have changed them in more ways than one, and the baggage that Anna brings may just be more than Jace can handle. Never having married his is quite used to his bachelor lifestyle, but children have a funny way of leaving their mark when we least expect it. With their mountain of history that has left them both with aggression this situation quickly escalates into a steamy and frustrating tug of war. As the story unfolds so do their hearts; leaving Anna and Jace to sort through emotions and misunderstandings that have caused havoc in their lives for many years. If only they could see past theirselves they might see this to be a second chance at happiness. This was a very easy and light read. The emotion is soft and steady that will allow reads to quick slide through the story carelessly.

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