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Wherever You Will Go (Try Again Book 1) by [Smith, Stephanie]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Length: 305 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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******* This is a saga series and each book can be read as a standalone *******


Brooke Willis had everything she ever wanted: a happy marriage, volunteer placement at the art gallery, and the promise of starting a family with the man of her dreams.


Saxon Reed had everything he ever thought he needed: a successful career, nice cars, expensive apartment, and more money than he knew what to do with.


After losing her husband Brooke insists on taking over his company to keep his dreams alive. Struggling in an industry she knows nothing about, Brooke turns to Saxon, her husband’s best friend and business partner, for guidance and support. Their mutual grief, and Saxon’s need to look after his best friend’s wife, creates a connection beyond just business.


Can Brooke take over the company and find a new life without saying goodbye to the past? Can Saxon protect and care for Brooke without scaring her away?


What happens when your heart doesn’t listen to your head? When lines are crossed and boundaries are pushed?


“Life goes on, whether you choose to move forward and take a chance in the unknown or stay behind, locked in the past, thinking of what could've been. I don’t want to live in the past anymore. I’m so lonely; there’s nothing for me here.”

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2135 KB
  • Print Length: 305 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500632457
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MF2OQVA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,885 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)

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Wherever You Will Go by Stephanie Smith
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I am a sucker for a good cry, a broken heart and sad story. I loved this story and Brooke from the beginning. To go through this type of hell and survive astounds me. How can any woman totally in love with her husband, lose him and find the energy and strength to continue the struggle to move on. Nate was her world and her college sweetheart. I felt her pain and was proud of her when she finally listens to an old friend and decides to continue to live. Brooke does see the brighter side of life through work and her husbands work partner Saxon however she cares about what people think about her and she would hate for people to think wrongly of her. Should she move on with the only other man she trusts or stay friends and not have to feel guilty for cheating on her dead husband. I look forward to the second story to continue for Saxon and Brooke
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It is a rare and beautiful thing when I pick up a book and have such strong reactions to the characters. Wherever you will go has skyrocketed to my top two book of feels. (The other if you are wondering is the Off the Map series by Lia Riley). There needs to be a sticker on the front warning readers – ‘this will induce tears – both sad and happy’.
I honestly want to just give this book one huge hug. This has it all. Heartache! Tick. Romance! Tick. Miscommunication! Tick. Wonderfully strong and interesting characters! Tick. Feels! Tick tick tick! Hard hitting drama. Beautiful growth from the characters and a divine romance brewing. Oh talk about opening the flood gates. The prologue to this story brings on the warm and fuzzies and then the first chapter is a swift upper cut to the feels. My heart is broken for Brooke and the fairy tale future that never eventuated. Just when I thought it can’t get worse for her, it does. I have a headache from all the crying while I write this review.
I love Smith’s writing style. It’s modern, refreshing and easy to read but that doesn’t mean the story is uncomplicated. There is a beautiful web of so many levels within this tale that have left me raw. It alternates from Brooke and Saxon’s point of view. Saxon is an uncomplicated man. He’s up front. He’s very clear with what he wants. It’s Brooke who complicates things but I understand why she does. She’s in a very confusing mental state given what’s happened to her.
But please don’t think it’s all doom and gloom. There are lots of fuzzies sprinkled throughout that brought a smile to my dial. I love the banter between Brooke and her friend Rachael. Saxon is sex on legs and is a real man.
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By bluebird TOP 50 REVIEWER on 20 January 2015
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A nice warm & fuzzy, yet hot tale. A second chance at love for Brooke & a first for Saxon. Although the latter does hold a candle for her. Great secondary characters. I see Harley is next, still wondering about Rachael, at first she was there for Brooke, then she seemed to fade out.
It can be read as a standalone but if you want to keep updated you need to keep reading the series. However no cliffhangers & of course a HEA.
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This story was emotional, deep and soul searching. Poor Brooke losing her husband the way she did, unleashed emotions she never expected to experience in her life. Saxon, her husbands best friend, was grieving and promised he would look after Brooke. Two people who were thrown together deal the best way they can.............Not one for spoilers, on a rainy day grab this book and snuggle up on the lounge and read it!!!
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By MamaH TOP 500 REVIEWER on 7 December 2015
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a great book by a great author. I read this one in record time and loved every second of it. its not your typical boy meets girl romance and I really enjoyed that about it.
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This totally blew me away!!!! The writing and storyline is so unique I absolutely loved it! Could not put it down and fell so hard for the characters. Brilliant :)
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