Colt Atwood is going places, leaving the small town of Dillon Creek in his past after tragedy strikes. Anywhere but home, he searches for ways to fix the holes where the wind blows through him—and he fails time and time again.
It isn’t until Colt gets injured and returns home to face his family, his brothers, and the reasons he left in the first place that he realizes that only she can fix the wind.
It was easy for Anna Cain to leave Dillon Creek for college in the city. After she and Colt made love and he left, she needed something to take her away from the only place she’s ever known.
Anna doesn’t expect to go back home to Dillon Creek, but when she’s made an offer she can’t refuse, she knows she has to take it. Go back to face the pieces of her broken family, to the tragedy she left behind, and him—the only man who always said she was more.
Will Colt and Anna be able to repair what went so terribly wrong, or will they go down in the storm they started all those years ago?
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I saw this author come across my Instagram. So I decided to give it a sample read and it just sucked me right in and I couldn’t put it down! I read the whole book today! I can’t wait for her to come out with more books! I haven’t read a good book in about 3 years so I definitely recommend this one!!
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J Lynn Bailey is fast becoming my favorite author. With each new book, she draws me in and leaves me anxiously awaiting her next. Taking Anna is sweet, sensual and gives the reader a glimpse of small towns and big dreams.
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Alll the feelings!
This was a great start to the new series. Everything came together and painted the picture for the future. I was expecting to be so emotionally involved but I really enjoyed it. I started off a little confused why some characters were involved but it all tied together without any questions remaining. There is always some one liners in J. Lynn Bailey’s books that reach out and grab me. This was another good one. I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.