Abbi Glines - Simple Perfection (Perfection, #2; Rosemary Beach, #5 - dokument [*.pdf] Thank you for downloading this Atria Books eBook. Sign up for our. Abbi Glines - Twisted Perfection (Perfection, #1; Rosemary Beach, #3 - dokument [*.pdf] Twisted Perfection by Abbi Glines Twisted Perfection Copyright © 6) Simple Perfection (Woods & Della) (Rosemary Beach 6; Fallen Too Far - Abbi terney.info Twisted Perfection - Abbi terney.info
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We have it slated for a book of the month read at the end of april. Hope you have a wonderful day! Mar 08, PM You are an absolute fav author! Here I go again reading a series and having to wait again for the next book. Looking forward to book 3 of the Too Far series. Please tell me book 3 will be out soon!! I'm just curious but do you think Going too far andnever too far will be available as paperback at some point?
Can't wait for Woods' story! Speaking of, who is the hottie model for Woods on the cover of Twisted Perfection? I am over here going crazy waiting on Never Too Far!
I need Tues. Anyway, Congrats on yet another book. I know we are all going to love it! Thanks for the accept! I love you dearly I've read all your books! Thanks for accepting the friend request. I am in desperate need of something decent to read! Nothing else is satisfying me at the moment like your books do! I freaking love love love your books! Thanks for accepting the request! Im such a massive fan! You are honestly my favourite author!!!
They are all equally amazing and the story of each of your characters means a lot. Especially While it Lasts - which happens to be my favourite!!
I cannot wait for Never too Far and the rest of the books you will get out in the future!!! Good Luck with your future writing and Thank You for you magnificent work!!! Im such a huge fan of yours! I read almost all of your books and it's killing me to wait a few more weeks for Never too Far..
LOL but i promise i'll read them as soon as i can! I loved the vincent boys series as well as fallen too far. Currently going through your Sea Breeze nov Glines, I just wanted to let you know that I love all your works and have read each and every one of them.
Yes, I have read them all. Thank you, Jhanteigh, for making my new life with Atria one I am happy to be a part of. The rest of the Atria team: Judith Curr for giving me and my books a chance. The friends who listen to me and understand me the way no one else in my life can: You three have listened to me and supported me more than anyone I know.
Thanks for everything. I wanted to know how readers would react. These two ladies always drop what they are doing to read my manuscripts and tell me their honest opinions. I cherish that. Thank you Autumn Hull and Natasha Tomic for being my eager readers and never holding back a punch. Last but certainly not least: My family.
My husband, Keith, makes sure I have my coffee and the kids are all taken care of when I need to lock myself away and meet a deadline. My three kids are so understanding, although once I walk out of that writing cave they expect my full attention and they get it. My parents, who have supported me all along.
Even when I decided to write steamier stuff. They are my ultimate support group and I love them dearly. My readers. I never expected to have so many of you. Thank you for reading my books. For loving them and telling others about them. I had gone to comfort her but she turned from me and walked away. Everything was too fresh. He had hurt Della. I could never forgive that. She was the center of my world. My mother had been able to see the lack of emotion in my eyes.
At least not anymore. The woman who had walked into my life and changed everything. In all her twisted perfection she had made me fall helplessly in love with her. A life without her in it seemed pointless. I often wondered how people found joy in life without knowing her.
With the sudden death of my father, the life I had just washed my hands of and been so ready to walk away from was now being placed completely on my shoulders. Her small hand tucked into mine, she knew when I needed her without my saying anything.
A squeeze from her hand would remind me that she was there beside me and I could do this. She was at my house. It came with the country club, and my grandfather had made sure that when my father passed away this would all become mine. Not once had my father thought this might be something I needed to know. He held it over my head that he controlled my life.
If I wanted this world, then I had to bend to his will. Whichever came first. There was no running from this now. I thought about knocking and changed my mind. My mother needed to stop acting like a child. I was all she had left. I started to reach for the doorknob when the door swung open.
I had almost married this woman so that I could get the club that was going to become mine anyway. My father had made me believe I had to marry Angelina to get the promotion and future I deserved. Your mother is in the sitting room with some chamomile tea I made for her. She needs to see you, Woods. She was just being spiteful. I pushed past her and walked into the house without responding to her. I knew where my mother was without her help. The sitting room was the place my mother always went to be alone.
Everything about her grated on my nerves. Why was she doing this? What did she think this would win her? I owned it all now. Not my father.
And certainly not my mother. I was now the Kerrington in control. Not that I would go without having this conversation. As wrong as she had been, I loved her. She was my mom, even though she had always stood beside my father and never once thought of me. It had always been about what they wanted for me. It hurt. She never would. I walked over to stand in her line of view. She shifted her eyes to look up at me.
It was time I set some boundaries. Especially now that I had Della with me and we were back in Rosemary. She flinched. She would have made an excellent daughter-in-law. It was time I made some things very clear for both of them. I was lucky enough to realize it before it was too late and I ruined my life. I will take care of you. I will make sure you want for nothing. However, I will not accept or acknowledge Angelina in my life. More importantly, I will not allow anyone to hurt Della.
I will protect her from both of you. She is my perfection. She holds my heart in her hands. When she hurts it brings me to my knees. There is no way to explain to you the way I feel about her. Just understand that I will not allow anyone to hurt her again.
I lose a piece of my soul when I see her in pain. She was mourning and I was still angry with the man she was mourning.
We will talk. Understand that if you make me choose, I will choose her without a second thought. It was time I got back home.
I was always anxious when I left her. No emotion at all. I hated that. I wanted him to grieve. He needed to let it out instead of bottling his emotions because of me. The idea that he was hardened toward his pain because he was protecting me twisted my gut. His father had betrayed him by sending me away.