Maybe not the death of me…but my panties for sure! They seem to disintegrate the moment he touches me. Looks at me. Smiles at me. Talks to me.
It’s more than physical. He’s breaking through an impenetrable wall.
There’s a problem though—he’s younger than me.
Six. Years. Younger.
Let’s not forget he’s also one of my brother’s best friends.
Oh, the other problem I forgot to mention…
I never wanted to fall in love again.
But you know what they say….never say never.
Love Again is Book four in the Cowboys and Angels Series
Julie's Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
You did it again! Waylynn and Jonathan have you totally engrossed. All of the Parker siblings are special, in a good crazy kind of way, I love that not one of them has a filter.
Just love how this series is shaping up, the love oozes out of the book, and the heartaches something fierce too. Loved getting to know Waylynn, since the start of the series, and how much she has grown and developed. Waylynn have a special bond and I love how they dealt with things.
Absolutely loving Chloe she is definitely a showstopper, steals the limelight even without trying, I wonder if it's too big of an ask to have a spin-off series of the "kids"!
Both families were really lovely, I hope my kids feel the same about us, as the Parker and Turner 's feel about their parents. Waylynn and Jonathan certainly had a testing time for. Sarcastic comments, to their age difference, to come through a very tough hospitalisation. They are certainly a testament to what doesn't kill you makes you stronger.
They were both very strong, independent individuals, but together and with the love of their families, they were a formidable couple. This takes you on a journey with them, feeling everything alongside them.
I adored Waylynn and Jonathan, then we meet Lyndsey what a truly wonderful young lady, that got the heartstrings pulled from all directions. Did not want it to end, and can't wait to see how they are getting on when we get Tripp's story.