She's my sister's best friend.
She thinks I've never noticed her.
She couldn't be more wrong.
Now I just need to prove it to her...before she says “I do.”
You know that phrase “the one who got away”?
Well, Brooklyn Tanner is mine.
My worst mistake.
My biggest regret.
My one true love.
But as much as I wish I could take back everything I’ve done to hurt her, the truth remains…
I don’t deserve her.
That doesn’t make our situation any easier, though. After all, she’s my sister’s best friend. Not to mention, she buried any animosity she held toward me and helped raise my two little girls when my ex split without a single glance back.
But when I learn the man she’s been dating has proposed, I’m faced with a decision.
Do I finally tell Brooklyn the reason I betrayed her trust all those years ago?
Or do I watch her marry another man to protect her from suffering any more heartache?
Commitment is the first book in the Redemption Duet. Binge-read this angst-filled second chance, best friend's brother romance today!
Also included in this volume is Promise, an extended optional prologue to Commitment.
The Redemption Series:
Each duet in this series can be read separately as they each stand on their own and revolve around a different couple.
1 - Commitment (Redemption Duet #1)
2 - Redemption (Redemption Duet #2)
3 - Possession (Possession Duet #1)
4 - Atonement (Possession Duet #2)
Enjoyed the book but the way it ended was not great. Reading almost 800 pages and then it ended like it did was disappointing.
Too drawn out. And no ending
I never would have read this if I knew it was not the complete story.
Its very long and drawn out to be left with no ending
The storyline was too slow in developing and I was disappointed that you had to buy a second book to find out the conclusion