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Going Rogue by Chantal Fernando
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it was amazing

This book and its hero and heroine, Rogue and Zoe, completely melted my heart.
I laughed and I cried.
As a full time carer for my father who suffers from COPD (emphysema) and is housebound on oxygen support, needing help to complete basic necessities, I can understand and have a great deal of respect and admiration for those who work in aged care facilities, helping to care for those who are unable to or often need help in caring for themselves.
Rogue is a sexy, strong and loyal man who is struggling to accept, not just the bitter truth of his mother's eventual passing, but the complete horror of having to not only watch her body slowly deteriorate but watch on helplessly as her mind and memories fade away due to her Alzheimer's,
To say Rogue is going through difficult times would be putting it mildly.
Then he meets Zoe, his mother's favourite carer and Rogue sees in Zoe someone who he wants to know more, who may even help him find a little peace.
Rogue and Zoe's story is a beautiful tale full of love, laughter, tears of joy and heartbreak.
I have absolutely loved the Cursed Ravens series and feverently hope that there are more stories to come in the future.
If you haven't read the Cursed Ravens series, I implore you to do so.
These are stories that aren't to be missed.

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Reading Progress

July 13, 2018 – Started Reading
July 14, 2018 – Finished Reading
September 7, 2018 – Shelved

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