One to Leave (One to Hold Book 5)
by Tia Louise
WARNING: Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to strong language and elements of erotic romance, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18. (M/F) #SexyCowboys
Some demons can’t be shaken off.
Some wounds won’t heal.
Until a pair of hazel eyes knocks you on your ass, and you realize it’s time to stop running.
“He might color outside the lines, but he manages to turn it around and come out on top. He’s a good man.”
“My need to protect her was overwhelming. I’d never felt anything like it. She was sunshine and warmth and fire under my skin.”
“Elaine’s voice grew wistful, ‘If you love someone, set him free.’ … ‘If he doesn’t come back, hunt him down and kill him.’”
“He kissed me like I was a country to be liberated, and he was he Marine for the job.”
“I saw you and my soul came to live inside me.”
“The first time I saw you in Arizona, I knew you were something special. Only, I thought it would just be a week-long special.”
This was my first time reading Tia Louise, and I don’t know what took me so long – I could kick myself. It was well-written, emotive, insightful, descriptive, and held my attention beginning to end. I am an instant fan. The sensual scenes were volcanically hot and had me gasping to catch my breath. Written with a melancholy air, this piece was frequently angsty, occasionally humorous, and continually engaging. I am hooked. I want to go backward in the series and read them all. Tia Louise currently holds the top spot on my favorites list.