Fifteen years ago, Gena Taylor and Travis Ryan were forced into a marriage neither wanted, the price they paid after one night of passion. But what he believed to be a lie forced Travis to walk out of her life shortly thereafter, crushing Gena’s dreams of a happily ever after with the only man she’d ever loved.
Fifteen years later, Travis and Gena meet again. Only now, she...more
I really failed to understand how can Gena still love the jerk and there no grovelling at all which i hated the ...more
Forever Again is not in a league with her more recent books, I think, but it was still a very nice read.
Gena and Travis were married when they were teenagers because one night of 'passion' led to a baby bump. Travis thought that Gena deceived him, though, and left. Turns out, Gena had been telling the truth about her pregnancy and she gave birth to a baby girl, Mia.
Fast forward, 15 years ...more
This appears to be a very early work of the author's and not a good example of her current work, whic ...more
The heroine Gena - balanced between being a doormat and some moments of fight but spent the book lamenting her unrequited love and making halfhearted stands to not involve herself with him. i never got her love for the hero - i understand the childhood crush and the crushing (ha, ha) of her dreams with the unwanted pregnancy - but really would your love last, a childhood crush, total ingnorance of you by ...more
There was no question now that her heart was going to be broken. More than broken—it would be shattered.
Still in love with… The thought seemed to stick in her mind, playing over and over like a track from a scratched CD.
She had been a girl then, with no idea of how it truly felt to love another.
Travis is the man for me. I’m just not the woman for him.
How come you have never once cared if you hurt me?
Ironic, then. Of the three women in your ...more
I love secret baby stories though. Don't ask me why, but I can't get enough ...more
I felt rushed. It frustrates me when conflicts are resolved so easily. I prefer more drama! Oh well.
“Physical attraction comes and goes, but if you love a woman and she loves you, then you should try not to screw it up.”
When she’s not writing, she’s indulging in her other passion—f ...more