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Savannah is a rich girl who comes from a troubled, loveless family. To make her childhood bearable, she was always tagging along with her older brother, Jay, and his best friend, Gabriel. After getting out of town for four long years while attending an out-of-state college, Savannah is back and the old schoolgirl crush on Gabriel she thought had dampened flames right back ...more
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Published December 13th 2019
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Sandra Lopez
Jan 04, 2020 rated it really liked it
Savannah was home from college, visiting her older brother. What she didn’t know was that her brother was living with his old best friend, whom she had a crush on. It’s no surprise that little girls often get crushes on their older brother’s best friend. But as Gabriel pointed out, Savannah was not a little girl anymore.

Now Gabriel is a single dad. Although Savannah had had her share of sexual experiences, she still felt shy and too young around Gabriel.

The writing was pretty good and easy to
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Raleigh Barnes
Dec 16, 2019 rated it liked it
Pretty Alright

This book is decently written and edited. It will satisfy romance fans, for sure, but I can't say it is a great story. The plot is lacking, the characters are bland, and some scenes awkwardly shift from one tone to another. A more subjective problem I had is the way it deals with a much younger girl and an older guy, especially one that grew up with her being a platonic "little sister" to him.
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Chelsea Falin is the self published author of 21 current titles, including five contemporary fiction novels. She is, as always, working on her newest title.

Chelsea was born and raised in the small town of Dade City, located in west-central Florida. Currently, she resides in southern New Jersey.