Buried secrets never stay hidden in the South.
I'm the one who broke up the golden couple. The woman people still whisper about, point at, and give dirty looks to.
Did I sleep with the prom king? No. Did I sleep with the town's golden boy on vacation from college? Yes.
Did I believe that he was going to marry me? Wholeheartedly.
Did he? Not even close. He got engaged right in front of me and then his father threw two hundred dollars at me and told me to take the trash out.
So, I raised my son in a town where people love him because they think that his father is the sheriff.
It was going great, everything was working out till my lie got out.
I was getting ready to take over the mayoral office from my father, who was my hero.
Until I heard the secret he hoped would stay buried forever.
My brother has a son, not just any son but a son with the woman who was my best friend.
The woman I secretly have loved from the moment she stood up to me and broke my nose in kindergarten.
I need to protect her and in order to do that, we need to get married.
Too bad her nightmare is my dream come true.
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Wow what a storm!
Complex ..that is the best way to describe these characters and their situation. Savannah is a character quite honestly I wasn't sure I could like...but an important lesson from this book that you can take away, if nothing else, is that it is so easy to judge someone for what you think you know...but things are not always what they seem. Beau has been in love with Savannah all of his life. They have ridden the "friend zone" for so long..but that all changes when a few family secrets are revealed. He has recently been elected Mayor, and his predecessor (his father), is as corrupt as they come. Beau was blind to this, and trying to change this puts Savannah in danger. Great Friends to more troup, and the build up...well it is..you just want to push them together and lock them in a room hot! Great read!
Love comes in all forms
If you have read the first two books in the Southern Series and didn't like Savannah, all I can say is DO NOT LET THIS STOP YOU FROM READING THIS BOOK!
To be honest, I had a lot of anger towards Savannah and was intrigued, yet hesitant, on how Natasha Madison would be able to write a story that I would not only read, but devour and adore, about her.
Have no fear! By the end of the first part of this book, I felt so much empathy and heart for her and I was rooting for her. This book shows you, the reader, that there are many sides to people, even ones that you can't imagine.
This book was so lovingly written and truly teaches us, the readers, that you cannot judge a book by its cover, a person always by their actions, until we truly see what is going on underneath.
Beau and Savannah ❤️❤️
Natasha, you have shined a new light on Savannah. I’m so in love with Beau (Swoon!) ❤️❤️ Great read can’t wait to read Ethan’s book!!!