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Some lovers never leave youTwenty years ago she had her whole life spread out before her. She was Bess Walsh, a freshly scrubbed middle-class student ready to conquer the design world. And she was taken. Absolutely and completely.But not by Andy, her well-groomed, intellectual boyfriend who hinted more than once about a ring. No--during that hot summer as a waitress and living on the beach, she met Nick, the moody local bad boy. He was, to put it mildly, not someone she could take home to Daddy. Instead, Nick became her dirty little secret--a fervent sexual accomplice who knew how to ignite an all-consuming obsession she'd had no idea she carried deep within her.Bess had always wondered what happened to Nick after that summer, after their promise to meet again. And now, back at the beach house and taking a break from responsibility, from marriage, from life, she discovers his heartbreaking fate--and why he never came back for her. Suddenly Nick's name is on her lips...his hands on her thighs...dark hair and eyes called back from the swirling gray of purgatory's depths.Dead, alive, or something in between, they can't stop their hunger.She wouldn't dare
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Harlequin, 2012
ISBN: 9781460300237
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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Nov 04, 2013

Although I liked the story but it didn't make me bawl for hours like some of her other novels did. Maybe it was because I had predicted what would happen in the book(or happened in the story) and maybe it was because I had just finished "Me before you" and had cried my fill for a while. I enjoyed it a lot because it has everything you imagine when it comes to young love. It's passionate, messy, and just a lot of heightened emotions. It was also a good read to see someone get a second chance. Not to rewrite the past, but to provide closure and end things well. Although, there's mention of making mistakes, in the end, what I got was that nothing is truly wrong or right. Every action has consequences and people make mistakes. It is what makes us into us and we have to live with them and try to correct them so that we are able to move on in our lives without regret.


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