The love of a lifetime, lost but never forgotten…
If he could turn back time, Declan would do things differently. For one, he would've never let go of Iris Blue McLain, the only woman he's ever loved. Fifteen long and lonely years, and the ache in his heart is as painful as ever.
When he sees her for the first time since they parted, she's every bit as pretty as she was years ago. No, she's even prettier. From across the crowded room, she steals his breath. Same silken, flame-colored hair. Same summer-blue eyes and almost the same smile, only now, there's a hint of sadness.
But when he asks her to dance, she wastes no time giving him the brush off.
She'll protect her heart, no matter the cost…
The years haven't been kind to Iris. It all started when Declan broke up with her, leaving her heart shattered. After her car wreck, things went from bad to worse. Now, to top it all off, Declan strolls back into her life, acting like he's got a right to be there. She can't risk a second heartbreak. But some things never change, like the way his eyes remind her of his slow seduction, or his work-roughened hands that promise a gentle caress.
For a moment, the years melt away and Iris wonders if she and Declan might have a second chance. But time can't heal all wounds, and for two broken people, the secrets of the past threaten to break them once again.
Returning for Love is the fourth novel in the Long Valley world, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. It has some strong language, and oh my, sexy times. Enjoy!
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Get out the Kleenex ...
Returning for Love is a second chance love story with so much heart. I have a love/hate relationship with this storyline. True love should not be put on hold due to misconceptions and stubbornness. But it sure does make for a moving read. Declan has been the sweetheart of the Miller boys in previous books and this book brings this out even more. Iris is so type A she is needs someone like Declan who is so even keel. This easy to read tale is funny and sad and very thought provoking.
Turned off this book by how often the word “stupid” was used.
Returning for love
Story dealt with real life issues. But I didn’t like the story. Started out alright, but just skipped over the rest of book.