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TITLE: Wait for me
AUTHOR: Tia Louise
GENRE: Romance
PUBLICATION: December 17th, 2019

Dear Taron,
I should have told you this a long time ago…

Dear Taron,
Is there a time-limit on forgiveness?
If there is, I haven’t reached it…

Dear Taron,
I still love you…

A letter never sent.
Heck, I never even finished it.

Taron Rhodes was my brother’s best friend.
He was sexy as sin.
But he was more than that…
He was ponytail-pulling, ice down your shirt teasing, throw you in the lake screaming…
Strong, tanned arms and blue-green eyes over a heart-stopping, naughty grin…
Did I mention his tight end?
I gave him my first real kiss, my heart, my everything.
I said I’d wait for him…

I’m still waiting, because Taron Rhodes is still the man of my dreams,
And I have a secret that has his blue-green eyes.

Noel LaGrange stole my heart when she was only eighteen —pushing me off a flatbed and calling me a city slicker.
Her brother Sawyer would kick my ass if he knew how many times we made out that summer, how close we got.

Everything changed when Sawyer and I joined the military.
We were honorably discharged, but I didn’t go to her.
Instead, I went back to the city… where no amount of money, no amount of pills can heal this wound.
Only her whiskey eyes and dark hair, her slim arms and her sweet scent, give me hope.
I broke her heart just as surely as I broke mine, but I’m going back to make it right.
If she’s still waiting…
My Review
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Is a full length, second chance romance novel by Tia Louise. But Taron is a carryover character from“Boss of Me

As far as second chance romances go this one was top notch, it's not a genre I tend to jump on a lot as they tend to be same old same old, they meet, they break up, then they meet up again, and bingo there you have it, a second chance romance. But this one was so much more than that. It had so many layers to the story. It wrung out so many feels that even I wasn't prepared for.

In this we meet, Taron and Noel, Taron is Sawyer's best buddy and Noel is Sawyer's baby sister. So you have a slight forbidden aspect there, normally guys steer clear of their best buds sister, but not in this case. Taron has agreed to help Sawyer out during their busy harvest season on their one hundred acre peach orchard which he's inherited before they're both deployed.

The first time he claps eyes on Noel there where she literally falls in his arms there is an instant spark between them which you can feel sizzling away in the background igniting the longer they spend with each other. During their short time these two spent with each other, they fell hard and fast. I fell under their spell, it was believable, undeniable, and all consuming.

But their time is running out as Taron's next assignment is looming. Noel knows without a doubt that she will wait for Taron.

Whilst Sawyer is off serving his country Noel plans to go to business school which she can put into practice with her organic productions using peaches from off the farm which she's been dabbling in.

Noel and Taron do keep in touch whilst he's deployed, just when he arranges time off to visit Noel a spanner is thrown into the works and they are on a mission to save a brother. When he's honourably discharged I sat with bated breath hoping he'd make his way back to Noel but that's not how this story goes, he's not the man he wants to be, he's not the prince she's after. Time goes by and just when I've nearly given up hope for these two to be reunited again Taron makes his way back to the place where he left his heart.