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Bleeding Love (Hope Town Book 2) by [Sloan, Harper]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1292 KB
  • Print Length: 287 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1514626071
  • Publisher: Harper Sloan (14 July 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B010GNOW86
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #58,369 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Mags on 11 Feb. 2016
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WOW!! I just adored this story it is possibly my favourite harper Sloan novel, and one I'm sure I will reread many times in the future.

The story itself was, sweet, hot, fun and full of love and a healing that felt so real it was almost tangible and something this author does very well. I really loved both main characters in this story, Liam Beckett known as Lee truly is his fathers son and has quickly become one of my favourite characters, and Megan was such a strong, yet resilient character and one I admit to being sure about when first introduced to her in Dani and Cohen's story. However after just a few chapters, and a lot of understanding as to why Megan was so adrift and secretive. I found my opinion changing, and ended up really rooting for her. As for her little girl Molly, I just adored her, and loved how she had all these gruff alpha males wrapped around her little finger, especially Lee, Nate and Nate's dad Axel.

Overall this is one story and series I would certainly recommend to others, but can be read as a standalone also.
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4.5 Stars

In all honesty, spin-off series don't normally capture my attention but this is one that certainly doesn't fall into that category. I suppose we should thank the parents of these loveable characters in the Hope Town series for making them so utterly amazing and with Beck as a father, Liam was never going to disappoint.

Megan is a new-ish character to the scene and having lost her husband, who was serving with Cohen, she is welcomed into the fold and soon she and Dani become firm friends. Liam catches Megan's eyes but with her heart freshly damaged by grief, a relationship, of any kind, is the last thing on her mind. Liam is not about to be deterred though. From the first moment he sees Megan he sees something in her, other than pain, and sets his sights on protecting her before making her his.

Another typical alpha male, well what did you expect from Becks' son, Liam waits patiently for Megan to act on her feelings but Megan stubbornly protects what's left of her shattered heart and is reluctant to risk it to further damage. It's not until a drunken encounter that Megan acts on her feelings, if albeit fleetingly. When these two come together though, sparks really do fly and they realise that they have a connection which can't be broken but will Megan welcome it into her life?

This isn't a typical pull/push relationship as you bear witness to Megan's feelings and heartbreak. She wants to trust Liam and wants his attention but she's scared and stubborn. Liam perseveres though and soon he tells Megan exactly how he's feeling and exactly what he wants. Her.

Liam is a bit of an old soul in this story but that's fine. He is a loveable character and one which makes you yearn with hope that he and Megan can find their HEA.
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Oh where do I fine me a LeeLee. So so right, the apple does not fall far from the tree.

Liam was a persistent some of a gun, totally relentless. Lucky Megan and how adorable is Molly, such a sweetie. Kids have a way of making the hardest adult decision so freaking easy.

I loved how Megan tried to keep herself from getting hurt, she certainly has suffered in her life, what would have happened if Jack had not died - oh y, I can't even begin. He truly loved her, and whilst he was not going to let Megan suffer, he was a super guy, but I think that once he had witnessed Megan with Liam I think (if he had lived) would have moved over, just so Megan would be happy. So sad he was gone, but I think he would have done, just that.

I loved Dani and Liam's relationship, all these guys make lovely friends.

The gang are a lovely group of people, love Nate, such a joker, he is going to fall and fall hard when his time comes.

Liam was quite perceptive and boy, so patient another love that's going to stand the test of time.

Molly was fantastic with the rest of the guys, both the younger and older men. Would have loved a scene with Sway & Molly, that would have been, could be hilarious.

Megan came over as a sweet but very vulnerable lady she kept everyone at arms length, but like a butterfly leaving the cocoon she really opened her wings and flew into the wind.

Bit by bit Liam broke through her defenses and maybe a bit more willingly than Liam realised.

She had a great relationship with Molly, their analogies for 'real lie' things so so cute. Bubblegum sales may be affected.
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I can truly see how hard and painful this story would be to write, the pain that megan has carried for years. locked up tight inside, not sharing with anyone since jack. not only the hurt from her growing up with parents that didn't care but the one time she gives in and goes out, it turns bad. jack was her everything, he was her support, friend, husband and father to molly, then she lost him. liam breaks through all her barriers, and between him, molly and all the other family members they succeed. molly is cute, a natural who loves easily and deeply. I loved the way she gets these big tough alpha males playing not only tea party but dressing up, complete with makeup. it was the lightness to all the hurt that the story needed. harper has delivered yet another strong, deep but enjoyable book. I loved this, it made me laugh and cry and yes it definitely made me feel. if you've read the other corps books and followed the families through their lives then you will love this and the glimpses of the some of the previous characters
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