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New York Times bestselling author Melody Anne's sizzling novel of ex-lovers locked again in a game of hearts.

There was a time when surgeon Kian Forbes would have surrendered every cent of his vast family fortune if it could make Roxie Gilbert happy. That was before she skipped town, broke his heart, and sent him spinning through a string of forgettable one-night stands. He never even knew he'd fathered a child - with Roxie's sister, no less. But in the wake of tragedy, little Lily needs a home. And Kian wants his daughter. But Roxie's not giving in or giving up without a fight.

Fearful of her intense feelings for Kian, Roxie ran. Now that her sister's death has brought her home, she intends to take custody of her niece and avoid Kian - easier said than done on both counts. With their wealth and power, the Forbes men are accustomed to winning. And as she and Kian are forced to spend time together for Lily's sake, saying no to everything he wants proves impossible...even though it means risking both their hearts all over again.

©2018 by Melody Anne. (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • baluga0210
  • 05-11-18

Just no

Roxy is one of the most annoying characters ever.

The narrator pronounced Kian every way under the sun. Is it Kian that rhymes with Ian or Kian that sounds like Kion?? Or is it a Pepper??

This book annoyed me a lot.

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  • janet
  • 05-12-18

bad narrator

I wish the narrator changed her voice when she's reading. The same voice man or woman.She needs to learn from Andi Arndt.

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  • Colene
  • 22-10-18

Honestly?

This Roxy character is unbelievable. After Pamela (Roxy's sister) dies the best part of the book ends, oh and Pamela' s letter was good. I have read other books by M. Ann and enjoyed them but this one is a no read, Sorry.

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  • Rina
  • 01-03-18

Omg Roxie !

I love Melody Anne book she's one of my favorite authors the story line was amazing as always but Roxie was so annoying I came very close to not finishing this book because of this character the ridiculous choices she made ....I can't go into detail because I would be giving spoilers I hate spoilers...my goodness I felt like pulling my hair out at times

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  • Linda Brown
  • 21-10-18

so hard to finish

the narrator ruined this book. Kristin Watson heintz would drag out the oddest words! unfortunately she seems to have narrated the next book in the series too. I was going to try and listen to it but no. Can't listen to her again.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 09-05-21

Crazy love

This is the first time i did not like the woman in the story nor did I have any sympathy for her. I found Rosie to be selfish ,insane and unstable and sometimes just plain ridiculous. Hope the other stories are better. The narrator was very good.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-05-21

Give the guy a break

Yet another book the guy, who has done no wrong, groveling to the women. I find myself feeling angry for the man because they were done wrong. It was hard to listen to. I would have told Roxie to go to hell.

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  • michel
  • 18-12-20

FRUSTRATING

this the most frustrating book I ever read. Roxy was all over the place. who would move a child back into a home where she was attacked and her mother and sibling was killed. this could of been a good story line. glad I didn't have to pay for this book.

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  • Bumblebee
  • 24-10-20

eh

I've yet to be able to finish this despite multiple attempts. The narrator irritates me but it may be something most can overlook. She keeps mispronouncing the title character's name and when she first voiced the character Owen I thought it was Kian's mother with how high pitched and girly she went with it. Maybe I'm getting snobbish about it but all those things keep taking me out of the story and I've got a headache now from this last attempt to get into it.
As for the story itself, it's not bad. Characters get a little irritating in that "how can you be so dumb" kind of way but it's not constant. I think I'm just not sold on the ex-lovers find each other again after trama kind of trope. And the whole I'm putting the kid first and then immediately trying to put your self interests first thing, is like banging your head on a wall. Although those things may have more to do with not being able to stay in the story in the first place.
It all culminates to an overall blah experience and a book that I'm very unlikely to finish.

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  • Misti Judkins
  • 01-09-20

Seriously annoying

Could of been a great book, but was deeply disappointed that Kian didn’t take his daughter. Roxy was a childish brat. she had a great guy, and left him, and then acts like a total entitled wretch. Roxy had no rights to Lily or Kian’s heart. Kian should of taken his child and walked away from Roxy and not let her have more than an occasional visit. Sadly he ends up stuck with her, and Lily with a selfish woman.... ugh. Would of been better if Kian had found out about Lily, and then fell In love with a deserving woman. I hope the author doesn’t leave the rest of the brothers with catty un deserving women... 🤨

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  • mark
  • 26-11-18

Melody Anne books

not a bad book but sorry to say some of the other books are better

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-08-18

It was ok

while I enjoyed the story, it was a bit drawn out in places and found myself not listening. very predictable, I have quite a few books by Melody Anne and enjoyed other titles more. Narration was good, heard better heard worse. Much prefer a male and female narrator, makes the story so much better.

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  • 08-02-20

Kian

Great book gave it 5 stars cause couldn't stop listening to it till it finished

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  • Barbra Lazzarini
  • 17-08-18

Beautiful 💖💕💖

so glad these two found each other again .. tragic how they came together but definitely worth it ... they been through enought for a life time ..happiness all the way ..💖💖💖

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 25-02-18

Was looking forward to a new series

I struggling to believe this book is written by Melody Anne. I managed to listen to the entire book and was very disappointed.