MOORE Than a Feeling
by Julie A. Richman
About MOORE THAN A FEELING:
"Holly and Aiden broke up? Seriously? No way. Not those two."
Dumped. No, not only dumped. Blindsided and dumped.
I thought that Aiden McManus was my forever, my soulmate, That was until he told me he was still in love with his ex.
I didn't want to believe him. So, I convinced myself that our break-up was because of his upcoming deployment, and not because he didn't love me. Believing that, helped me get through those first months.
But after a while, I realized I just might be lying to myself. And it was time to move on...
So, I moved on. Or tried to move on, anyway. But that didn’t work out so well for me, either. And it practically got me disowned from my family.
After that, I finally started to get my life back together, I had everything back under control… …Or so I thought.
Until I found out Aiden was back
And now he’s everywhere I turn, Still pushing me away, telling me he doesn’t want me.
But every time he calls me Angel or reaches out to touch my cheek, I know what he's not admitting to himself – He still loves me.
And I'm going to prove it to him.
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About Julie A. Richman: USA TODAY Bestselling author Julie A. Richman is a native New Yorker living deep in the heart of Texas, home to great music, BBQ, and awesome Tex-Mex. An award-winning nature photographer plagued with insatiable wanderlust, Julie spent many years scratching the travel itch while helping non-profit organizations and corporations with their marketing and advertising programs. Currently, Julie has published Searching for Moore, Moore to Lose, Moore than Forever, Bad Son Rising, Needing Moore:The Complete Series, Henry's End, Slave to Love, The Do-Over and Love on the Edge of Time. She has works included in Pink Shades of Words 2014 & 2015, Tempting Fate Boxed Set, Intense Boxed Set, Intense 2 Boxed Set and the Cocktales Anthology.
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Time has passed since Aiden dumped Holly for Janice and still Holly cannot move on. She has now finished at the University and is heading for Fire Island hoping to spend time relaxing with Schooner, Mia, and her siblings.
As luck would have it, Mia meets her at the ferry landing and shares the news that Aiden is back on Fire Island. How can Holly face him after he dumped her? He has changed so much since he was wounded during his deployment. His handsome face is now scarred and he now wears a glass eye. His exterior now matches the intense scars he has inside as he battles PTSD.
If there are characters that deserve a break is this couple. Emotions are raw as Holly and Aiden must find their way to either falling out of love or embracing their new situation. As always, Schooner and Mia are wonderful role models. Also, they are magnificent as they also deal with another Thanksgiving in the company of CJ. You cannot blame them for the zingers they trade with her as she unfurls her sarcasm in all its glory.
I am voluntarily reviewing this book. Thanks to the author for sharing a copy with me.