I think part of the reason I love Mia's words so much is because of how thoughtful they are. As someone who has studied astrology from a very young age I can easily attest to the fact that every delicious morsel of this story was so true to Capricorn characteristic traits. It embodies the essence of the hard headed goat whole heartily, LOL! This book was a freaking roller coaster of action, depth, conflict, strength, stubbornness and vulnerability, I swallowed it up in one sitting! An onion...this book is an onion. Layers and layers of heartbreak and perseverance to discover with every page, just like most Capricorns I know I absolutely loved it. First 5 ⭐ read of 2019 for me!
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Oh God, her taste. I knew it as if I'd experienced it before, as if I remembered it on an elemental level. It was crazy, and maybe I was too. But right then, I didn't care about anything except her mouth touching mine, her body pressed against my own. Fire ran through me. My stomach, my veins.
Some things are written in the stars. Already in existence long before a pair of eyes meet.
Life isn't a fairy tale. In real life, there can be more than one villain.
A stunning, heartfelt new stand-alone by New York Times best-selling author Mia Sheridan.
Brant Talbot runs a glitzy network of high-end bars in New York City, enjoying all the benefits of the lavish lifestyle he's worked so hard to achieve. When he learns that his estranged father is dying, he must return to his family's Kentucky horse farm - and to a past he thought he left behind.
While facing long-buried truths, he collides with his father's secretary, Isabelle Farris. Despite his undeniable attraction to the beautiful, independent young woman, he sees secrets in her eyes and believes she has designs on Graystone Hill.
Now the one woman he can't afford to trust is about to become the one he can't let go.
THIS IS A STAND-ALONE SIGN OF LOVE NOVEL, INSPIRED BY CAPRICORN. Contemporary Romance: Due to strong language and sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.