They said she had burnout, but she had lost so much more…
Gloria Danvers is a planner and a numbers woman. She has a tragedy she can't reconcile, so she's decided to walk away from her six-figure job, corporate politics, and finance finagling to be a Yoga instructor. Starting over can be costly and after she just invested in her brother's new business her funds are low to start her Yoga studio. When she tries to get funding her past comes back demanding to be dealt with.
They thought he was eccentric; he was waiting for someone who saw him
Reid Chance understood that love was a precursor to abandonment and pain. His mom loved someone so much he and his sister landed in foster care. His ex-girlfriend loved his money and left when she found out he wanted a prenup before marriage. He funded startups but he was at home on the land with his horses wallowing in the peace, until a woman with a plan makes him reconsider the love equation.
Neither one of them wanted to deal with the past, but they'll have to settle old accounts if they want the payout of love.
Nice second book in the series
This book was a fun read and a perfect continuation in the series. I loved the way Grayson was prominent n the first few chapters to make an easy transition to Reid and Gloria’s story. There is also a nice set up for Vincent, the next brother’s story at the end of the book.
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The Loner's Wife
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout and I am voluntarily reviewing it.
I didn't read the first book in this series and there were some spots when I felt it would have been necessary. The first couple of chapters had me so very confused that I had to read it multiple times. I just gave up and kept reading after the fourth time. Later on I saw that the book really needed a good editor. Now I know that some authors give out ARC with a few errors and that is okay but this one really needed it.
In one paragraph Jack (Gloria's brother) introduces himself as the older brother to Gloria. The next paragraph has Reid asking who is older. HUH?! Another place has the character's name spelled as REED. Then in the next sentence after it was spelled correctly as REID! I had to wonder if there was another character that I had missed.
The story was a solid one but the execution was off at least for me. I had to make myself finish this book. I'm not sure if I would read any more and the siblings Vincent and Kathy (especially Kathy's) sound like they could be interesting.
Alone No More
After a tragedy, Gloria left finance to become a yoga instructor. Starting her own business is expensive and she needs some cash. She agrees to help Grayson's brother with his finances. Reid doesn't trust love because of his past. Meeting Gloria throws a wrench into his plan.