I'd lived my life on two principles: discipline and control. Well, until now.
There's that phrase, though. "How's that working out for you?" The answer, when it came to Hope Sinclair, was, "not so well". She might be little, she might be sweet, and she might be young, but if I'd thought she'd be compliant anywhere but in bed, I'd learned my lesson.
To keep her, I had to let her go. To hold her, I had to turn her loose. To have her in my life, I had to accept that she was 9,000 miles away in New Zealand, in my grandfather's house in Katikati, surrounded by the loving members of my Maori whanau and much too close to the not-so-loving ones.
All of that was killing me. On the other hand, I thought it might be working, so I was going to do it. No matter what.
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Lovely easy listen
I loved Hope growing into a real mama bear
the interaction between Hemi and Hope over the baby
This is book is by far my favourite of the three books in series. I love how it's not about falling in love but keeping it. A relationship is more about winning the girl as Hemi learned the hard way :)
Perfect book for listening on a long journey managed to listen to 5hrs on one day it certainly made an hour of travel and two diversions easier to cope with. Love Hope she really shows Hemi that she has an inner strength and will fight for her family even if it is by separating it for a little will. I loved that Hemi learned how to live love and work when he was no longer the centre of his universe. It is full of laughs, love and a the odd catfight.
It was will paced and easy to listen to
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