by Maggie Marr
Series: Glamour #3
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
Publication Date: July 23, 2014 by NLA Digital LLC
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A broken heart forever bears scars. . .
Sterling Legend grew up a prince in the City of Angels. His life was perfect and he wanted for nothing until his entire world shattered. He lost everything dear to him the year he turned seventeen. Now he’s grown into a formidable man on the cusp of outrageous success. His life revolves around his work and all the beautiful baubles that Los Angeles can offer to a wealthy young man. He’s buried his feelings and his heart so that he will never be hurt again.
A lost love that she could never forget . . .
Rhiannon Bliss was forced to leave L.A. to extinguish the fire of a first love, but an ocean, a different country, and seven years couldn’t quell her desires. Now she’s returned to the City of Angels to care for her mother. Can she fight her feelings for the man that once broke her heart? Does she even want to?
Finding your way back to love can be an impossible path. . .
Sterling Legend is at the top of the entertainment industry. His fast rise to success due to his talent and to his last name. But Sterling wants to find success on his own. He is on the path to producing his first film, without his famous father as the star, when the ex-love of his life re-enters his world. Rhiannon Bliss left seven years before without a word. Sterling has no need to forgive, but his desire for Rhiannon is overwhelming. Can two broken hearts use the heat of their attraction to find their way back to love?
It was a good story but didn’t really captivate me. The only three characters I liked were Amanda, Maeve and Elizabeth. I didn’t like Rhiannon’s character simply because she wouldn’t defy her father, always the goody-two shoes, letting her father dictate her life and I got tired of her. I liked Sterling. He was easy to read and anyone with two eyes could tell he was still in love with Rhiannon. Unfortunately, life events occurred and his life wasn’t an easy one to have lived but he got back in track.
I really thought I was going to enjoy this book a lot more; sadly, I must say it was okay, just not good. It was too slow for my liking, not many stuff were happening. I expected more drama, more conflict, but was disappointed. If you are the one that loves a slow-paced book, then this book is for you.
BUT if Maggie decides to write Rhett’s story (Sterling and Amanda’s half-brother), I will GLADLY pick up the book and read it.
Rhett gets introduced at the end of the story and in those few pages, I already wanted more from him. He is the definition of dangerous and bad boy. I am very positive his story will be interesting to read, to put it mildly.
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