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Vaughn's Pride: California Cowboys Kindle Edition
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This story is full of heartbreak, pain, lost love and second chance love. But does Vaughn really deserve a second chance with T.J.?
Vaughn has been through so much and T.J. has always been by his side. They have been best friends since they were five years old. While he doesn't think he deserves T.J., he doesn't want to see her with anyone else. But he wants her to be happy. For years he would spend time with her and then go out with other girls.
T.J. has finally decided that she is tired of having her heart broken by Vaughn. She has given him too many chances and thinks he will not change and she wants to be happy. When she finally meets a man that might help her move forward, there is one problem. Although he is nice, kind, and gentle but he is not Vaughn.
Will they finally see that they should give it one more chance? Can Vaughn stop hurting her and make her happy? Will T.J. give him another chance with her heart?
This is a great story with a HEA and is a standalone. I need to go back and read book 1, Cade's Loss, to see what I have missed with Vaughn's brother. If you are looking for a great story, you can't co wrong with any of the stories from Selena Laurence, she is awesome at telling stories.
**Copy provided by the author and this is my honest review**
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You don't have to read book one for this book but yet book one sets the story up and what happened to Vaughn's leg. It also tells the story of their parents a little. This book is a book you will read cover to cover and not feel like it was hours.
This review was written for KFA
That’s really all I’m going to tell you about this story because it is a story best read without prejudice. It needs to be experienced with a blank slate. Which leads me to the last thing I want to mention…the greatness that is Selena Laurence. I want to take a minute and praise this woman for her words. No, more than that, I want to pay tribute to Selena and this book.
I read a lot. So much so that sometimes I can’t remember details of a book a few days later. And I also juggle a lot of things in my life and my mind can only hold so many details. But I enjoy drowning in romance fiction. It makes me happy. So I read constantly. Over 400 books yearly. So when I make this statement, understand the enormity of what I am saying.
Vaughn’s Pride is by far the best written “childhood friends to adulthood” book that I have ever read . The format and time that Selena used to take us back and forth in time was unique and fresh and so full of heart. Every moment of this book touched my heart (but that’s more about the story). I want to pay tribute to the unfolding of the story. The mechanics of it, if you will. Every ‘past’ scene was specific and drove the story in a path in the present. It was just outstanding.
So well done Selena. And thank you for a beautifully written story of growth, redemption, family and love <3 There is no detail of this book I will likely forget. Ever.
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