Silver Nights With You by Sawyer Belle

This is interesting and dramatic, but a little too drawn out. Morgan is charming, caring, amusing and responsible. Lila is kind, flirty, stubborn and brave. After Lila's mother dies, her father, a doctor, decides to move west, looking for open space and new beginnings for each of them. Their stage almost gets robbed and a man is shot so the doc decides to stay in town for a while to care for him, then decides to make the stay permanent. Lila finds herself in a houseful of men, of the men she met she was attracted to David and Morgan, but found that David was the one she was comfortable around. Soon she found that Morgan was the one always around to rescue and protect her, and David was just too selfish for her. The surprising twists start happening about there, and just keep coming all the way until the end.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Reading Deals. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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