Lane Duke, game designer and mogul, is carving the edge of his company’s most advanced release just days away. Excitement and tension are jacked tight. The future is wide open. Until he sees his past rise out of the Pacific in a barely there bikini, and 12 years disappear in a blink.
Luz De Luna doesn’t want to dig up the past and Lane is her past with a capital P. Newly divorced, she’s returned to San Clemente to bury some ghosts, but it’s hard to move on when the path to personal redemption is blocked by the one man who won’t forgive and she can’t forget.
Sons of San Clemente series
Book 1: Crushed by Katherine Garbera
Book 2: Wrecked by Sinclair Jayne
Book 3: Broken by Sinclair Jayne
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An amazing read of second chance love. Did Luz marry the wrong brother and now that she is finally out of his controlling ways. She returns to San Clemente to repair her relationship with her sister, not expecting to see Lane, the brother whom she really loves.
This is a story that I could not put down, the author has written an engaging story that will keep you turning the pages. Young love that has matured through the years.
I received this book from the publisher for an honest review.
"Broken" by Sinclair Jayne is book three in the Sons of San Clemente. This is Lane Duke and Luz de Luna Duke's story.
Lane and Luz had a past and get reacquainted after twelve years. Even though Lane was hurt by Luz he still cares enough for her that he is able to override his hurt and anger to help her. I enjoyed watching Lane and Luz work through the hurts from their past. There were some surprising information that they both discovered. You will need to read it to find out. It will be worth it.
This story starts off grabbing your attention right away and keeps it. It is an amazing story of what some people will do for their own ambition or selfishness, no matter the cost to other people. I really enjoyed Lane and Luz's story. It included forgiveness, steamy intimate scenes, and experiencing true love.
I received a copy of this book from Tule Publishing for an honest review.