Thursday, January 29, 2015

Love So True (The Lawson Brothers Book 2)

Love So True (The Lawson Brothers Book 2) by Marquita Valentine

Fall in love with the Lawson Brothers, a sexy, new contemporary romance series from New York Times Bestselling author Marquita Valentine. 

Love So True, Book Two of The Lawson Brothers

Single mom, Bailey Yates, has had enough of bad boys to last her the next eighteen years. She's always been a sucker for them, and Jessamine's ultimate bad boy, Lucas Lawson, is no exception for her. So, when he returns to town, naturally she's drawn to him. And naturally, she must avoid him at all costs--no matter how attracted she is to him. She'll give him a job, and keep her distance...until Lucas saves her son from a hit and run.

Finally, Lucas Lawson is a free man. After serving five years in prison for embezzlement, he's come home to Jessamine to right the wrongs he committed against his friends and family. But, it won't be easy. For starters, the brother he's looked up to his entire life wants nothing to do with him, and no one in town trusts Lucas enough to give him a chance to make amends. Until, Bailey Yates gives him a job at her family's diner. 

5.0 out of 5 stars More Lawson's pleaseJanuary 29, 2015
This review is from: Love So True (The Lawson Brothers Book 2) (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book free in exchange for an honest review*
I loved Brody but I love Lawson more! This man was amazing. He was strong, prideful and knew when he was getting what he's due. Bailey is fun, a great mom and who would love Leo! I'm in love with this series and dying to know who's next! I find the McCoy women to be some of my favorite side characters in this series. They are so full of it, you hate to love them.
The book starts out with people so generous that you have to wonder if people exist that are that open and helpful.
"I don't want to wait until Friday to have a playdate with you." This is a hot sexy romance and I'm in love with this series!
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