Sent away every summer after her father is taken hostage, while deployed in Afghanistan, Breesan Maxwell is allowed to spend her first summer in thirteen years at home on Willow Island. Invited to a welcome home party for Morgan Walker, playboy and future heir to Walker Corporation, Breesan’s self made world of exile begins to fall away.
An introduction to Morgan only initiates the downfall of her self-contained world. His brother, undercover Drug Task Force Enforcer, Marcus Walker’s return adds to the chaos by uncovering family secrets, lies and evil plans to destroy her that will make protecting her heart and those around her extra difficult.
Family responsibilities, deceits and the criminal behavior twist these three lives together threatening their meager existences. One brother could offer her a love that will be all worth the downfall.
This book!! This book had me reading at every chance I got. I could not get my head out of the story or the characters. I love a good story that has twists you don't see coming and an angst filled love triangle. This book had that in spades. It was a roller coaster ride for discoveries and mysteries. I couldn't get enough.
Breesan, Marcus, and Morgan. I Loved these characters. They all were very well-developed through the story and they all had their own plot lines intertwined with the main one. Each character had their flaws like all great ones do, but even trying to find one with them is a challenge. They are relatable and entertaining.
The Plot line was GREAT! It had some twists aI didn't see coming, and with the love triangle going on you are kept engulfed in the story. I also really loved the way we learned the back story of the novel. The chapters switched POV between a few different character and with each switch you learned more about that character and their past, as well as their roles . It was a fantastic way to build the story around them and I didn't have any trouble following along and finding out what was happening right along with them. This is something that is either well done or very confusing and this author nailed it.
Overall 5 star read for me. I loved all aspects of it and am anticipating the next installment.