**This book is intended for a mature reading audience and isn't suitable for readers under the age of 18.**
On the outside, Liberty Davis appeared to have it all…a loving family, a tight knit circle of friends, and a bright future ahead of her. Everything was perfect. That is until her brother tragically took his own life, turning her whole world upside down.
Left to pick up the pieces of her broken family, Liberty is faced with focusing all of her attention on helping her parents cope with the loss of their son, while putting her own life on the back burner. But what no one seems to realize is that she is just as broken inside.
Now, four years later, twenty year old Liberty is taking back the reins of her life. She leaves behind everything she's ever known, hoping to make a fresh start…one where she isn't faced with the constant reminder that her brother is nothing more than faded memory. What she didn't expect to find along the way was Shayne.
Tall, dark and tattooed, Shayne Thompson has developed quite a reputation for being a player. Despite everyone's negative perception, Liberty still finds herself drawn to him. When she learns that Shayne knows all too well what it feels like to lose someone you love, she finds that they have a lot more in common than just a physical attraction.
When Liberty discovers a secret from Shayne's past that threatens to tear them apart, she begins to question everything she's ever felt for him. Will Liberty choose to follow her heart or will she give up the one person who finally made her feel whole again?
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I loved this book.
This had the potential to be a great book, but the author seemed to have skipped over the part where the characters get over their issues. AJ should have had a lot more issues from his past, and Liberty acted like a 15 year old girl the entire time with absolutely no growing maturity. It would have been fine in the beginning for her to be a spoiled brat, but every single character in this was static. No one actually changed. Liberty continues to run away from all her issues, always thinking the first story she heard has to be the right version. Also, the relationship moved way too quick. Every single quality about her made me think of a 15 year old.