Fate hasn't always been friends with Isabelle West. In fact, fate has been a downright bitch.
Isabelle has learned the hard way how hard life can be when fate isn't by your side. It can hand you dreams on silver platters, but it can snatch them right back and hand you nightmares. One thing Isabelle knew for sure fate was consistent with was taking away everything she ever loved.
For the last two years Isabelle has been slowly clearing the clouds of her past. Happiness is finally on the horizon. She has a thriving business, great friends, and her life back. All she has to do is jump over the last hurdle…her ex-husband.
When problems start causing her to fear her new life, and memories that are better left forgotten start rushing to the surface the last thing she needs is a ghost from her past to come knocking on her door.
Axel never thought he would look into the eyes of Isabelle West again, and he wasn't sure he wanted to now. He's carried his anger for so long he isn't sure he can just turn it off, but when he is faced with protecting her and an unexpected desire to have her again, life gets a little more complicated.
How will Axel and Isabelle deal when all their cards are put on the table and everything they thought was true blows up in their faces?
I enjoyed this book and how it portrayed love knows no bounds!! Axel and Izzy definitely had a tough road, however their strength and commitment is amazing!! I can’t wait to read the other books in this series!!
This book is a second chance romance about Axel and Izzy. They met when she was 14 and he was 15 and fell in love. They are separated when Izzy is 17 and due to many unforeseen circumstances they don’t find each other for 12 years. This book has a high level of angst and I loved every minute of it.
They have many hurdles to overcome on their road to HEA and at times you just aren’t sure they can overcome their pasts to get back to each other. There are four more guys at Corp Security and I am more then happy to read each one.
This story started out so strong! I’m really bummed that it got so cringeworthy. From the beginning there were plenty of grammatical issues which normally I can get through, but this story just seemed to get worse and worse. I’m not against “pet” names but I got sick of they calling each other baby in just about every sentence. It wasn’t necessary. The story really was there and great, but the execution was lacking for me.