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(Son #4)

4.30  ·  Rating details ·  10 ratings  ·  7 reviews

My daughter, Dayshia is my entire life, even as I grieve her mother, who dies way too young. I’m convinced I’ll never love again, and even more sure, I don’t want to. I end up back in my hometown of Silver Springs, where my parents will now help me raise my daughter, while I try to make amends with the brother I wronged. I propose a vision of expanding my mom’s caf
Published September 2019 by Leanne Davis
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Susan Jordens
Sep 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
We all have our own way of dealing with grief and Damion is no different. Both he and his late wife’s best friend, Kaeja appear to be the only two people who genuinely have a gut wrenching overwhelming and desperate need with their feelings for the loss of Ireena. Will Damion ever come to terms with the guilt he carries over his treatment of his twin Devon, coupled with the sudden loss of his wife Ireena.

He and Kaeja find comfort with one another in their quest to move forward with life after Ir
Sep 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book was very emotional and very well written. I think this one is my favorite of the Son Series. The bond between twin brothers, and the bond between two women who grew up together and were closer than sisters even though they were so different in their own ways. They only had each other due to bad childhoods and parents. I have Loved every book in the Son Series. This Author, Leanne Davis writes wonderful series of books that can be read as stand alones, but are much more interesting if y ...more
Renee Abbott
Sep 18, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4.5 Stars - Emotional

Damon has been my least favorite character in this series for obvious reasons. Leanne Davis did a wonderful job changing my feelings towards him, although he still remains my least favorite. I hate what he did. I still struggle with trying to make his and Ireena's relationship right. But Kaeja was so perfect for him and Dayshia. Kaeja was a breath of fresh air. And the way the characters just spoke the truth, their truth, so no one was guessing what someone was thinking. Ref
Sep 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This was a wonderful ending to the Son series! Damion's wife passed away unexpectedly and he is reeling from the aftermath. He and his family had a falling out due to the affair he had with his brother Devon's girlfriend. Now he is having to face grieving for his wife alone. Kaeja was his wife's best friend and the two of them are the only ones who remember the good times they had with Ireena. This book was about love between Damion and Kaeja but it was so much more!

Thank you for the privilege
Sep 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The fourth entry in the series only strengthens the excellence. It is a standalone story even though the books are connected. A lot of drama and issues are confronted to keep you turning the pages. Don't miss this one.
Sep 17, 2019 rated it it was ok
I struggled to get into this book. I enjoyed the parts where Kaeja was telling the story, but the sections where Damion was talking I found somewhat tedious and repetitive.
Sep 05, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: love, novels
Of all the books in the Sons series, this was my least favorite. I liked the fact that the characters were flawed (everyone has flaws and that is what makes someone attractive and relatable), but they were a little too flawed for my taste. I was looking for a redemption angle for Damion but there was no 'Aha!' moment when I read the book, absolving him of the awfully terrible thing he did to his twin. He sounded very repetitive and it felt like he was trying to justify his actions without proper ...more
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Leanne Davis writes new adult & contemporary romance. Her books have been listed on numerous Amazon bestseller lists, including the Movers & Shakers list and in Amazon's Top 120 overall books. She is also a #1 Bestselling New Adult author by The Other Sister.

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Son (4 books)
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