I believed in the fairytale.
The "till death do us part" fantasy little girls grow up believing in.
Unfortunately for me, my happy ending was divorce, and learning to find myself all over again.
I was done with men and relationships, or so I thought, until a stubborn hockey player was determined to show me what love could really be.
But could I fall for the fairytale a second time, and trust that he would protect my heart?
From the moment I laid eyes on her, I knew she was made for me.
She was broken and I was determined to put her back together again.
I was here to prove she could have that fairytale love story after all.
To show her someone else can protect her heart and love her unconditionally.
Now I just have to convince her that someone is me.
Mark and Laura's story is book 4 of the Eagles series but definitely can be read as a standalone.
I was excited for Mark and Laura to get together. In the other books in this series, you've seen Mark's interest and pursuit from the other character's POV so I was hoping to finally get a first hand account of what that pursuit looked like.
After the prologue, the book fast forwards two years. Laura and Mark have established a friendship that eventually grows into something more. I would have loved to see more of what happened in the two years between the prologue and the first chapter. I didn't see or feel the friendship develop, I was only told that it did. I really like Mark and Laura but I wanted more conflict or more meat to their story that would have really invested me in their characters.
*This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*