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Publisher's Summary

They say to keep your enemies close, but "they" never had to deal with the likes of Alec Daniels, the broody bad boy next door who loved to make my life a living nightmare...up until the day he disappeared. 

See, Alec was a thief. He stole my happy. My sanity. My first kiss. 

I told myself I was glad the day he went away, and I'm reminded of why not five minutes after his sudden and unexpected return. 

Now he stands before me with a heavy glare and hard body. But those greedy green eyes, they're darker than I remember, and brimming with a secret....

A secret I didn't discover until it was far too late. 

Because this time, he didn't steal a simple kiss. This time...Alec Daniels stole my all.

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Meagan Brandy (P)2021 Tantor
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loved Sarah Puckett, not a fan of Wayne Mitchell's narration. I did love the story, though.

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A breath-taking standalone!

NO SPOILERS

Boys next door, times two? The story starts with young Alec when little miss Oakley moves into the neighborhood. Love at first sight is an understatement. All of their childhood he had to fight for her attention away from another neighborhood boys' direction, even if that meant getting negative attention from her in return. Now they're all grown up and helping to run and teach at her father's firefighting academy-BLAZE ACADEMY- while he's away on business. Alec works for Blaze and has just returned from a 2yr job to help Oakley run the academy.

Meagan Brandy is brilliant with keeping secrets between characters, but away from the reader. It keeps you on the edge of your seat and creating theories in your mind of what it could all mean. This book has more intense deep secrets that keep you guessing. It's the biggest number one thing I love about books from Meagan. She also writes male characters with them knowing what they want and not afraid to get it. Alec won't let anything get in his way anymore. His patience is worn thin and he needs Oakley to be his. Guess you'll just have to listen to see how Alex fairs in trying to win Oakley's heart and to see if you fall in love with Alec like I did. Intense alphahole in this book and although some bullying is mentioned it's not a present theme throughout the book. Not a high school or college setting. This takes place with the the main characters Mid to early Twenties but they themselves do not attend, they teach 😉. Absolutely great series and ⚠️WARNING⚠️ do not throw your phone! Enjoy! I know I did!

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Not my favorite one

I love Meagan Brandy’s books especially the Bradshaw books but this one was disappointing. Hated the male narrator’s voice and the female narrator was “okay” but sounded a little too mature especially when they’re supposed to be in their early 20’s. The story was again just okay. I listened to the whole thing because Silly me needed to know how it was going to end.

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Great story

Loved this. Meagan Brandy delivers again. The narrators did a great job. The story definitely had a great flow and never got boring and it was so sweet.

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Oh, I loved the story of Oakley and Alec. It was different than I expected. The blurb makes it sound like I sort of childhood sweethearts kind of thing. Possibly, it sounds like enemies to lovers, which it sort of is in a way, but too much is glossed over in their childhood for it to be truly significant. I like the characters. I get their struggle. I even appreciate the backdrop drama. Still, there is an overwhelming sense of disjointedness throughout. There are half a dozen unfulfilled tropes. It left me feeling underwhelmed.

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Great Book

Love the book !!! love the spin off from the Bradshaw books was awesome to hear about the other families From the other towns I hope to read more books on theses families!

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  • 05-19-22

Ok not great

Really didn’t like the male narrator, not the best Meagan Brandy book. The story line was quite weak.

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  • 07-19-21

I loved this book

I loved this story and the narrators did a fantastic job of bringing the characters to life.