Title: Southern Desire
Series: Southern Heart #2
Author: Kaylee Ryan
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: January 17, 2017
After experiencing heartache and loss, Whitney decides it's time to move on and leave the past behind, while keeping the pain with her. Finding her way to Kentucky to be with family, she's finally settling and feeling some happiness. She meets Aaron and he's slowly showing her how to live again. But, what Aaron doesn't know, is the deep secret she's keeping from him.
Aaron doesn't believe in spending time with women he doesn't see a future with. Love, to him was black and white, until found her way into his life.
She's his one and he's her strength.
The overshadowing secret plaguing Whitney's mind drivers her away, leaving Aaron and everyone she met behind.
Will Aaron find his way to Whitney again?
Or was their love something that most people desired and never found?
FIVE + Stars
May be in love with a fictional character.
In fact I am sure of it.
Aaron is without a doubt the perfect man.
He is swoon worthy when t comes to all things...
the love of his niece, because she thinks he hung the moon. (I think so too)
And he loves his entire family so fiercely.
The 'One', he was waiting for the -one. And his sister believed that he didn't give anyone out there a true shot at taking on that role. But Aaron knew, he knew when the one woman appeared he would just know without a doubt she would be the person he would spend his life with.
Whitney knew love, and she knew loss.
She was heartbroken by the loss of her mother and moving to Kentucky to be closer to the family that still remained was a choice she made easily.
Never did she expect to find the one person who would be responsible for making her feel whole again.
Aaron as his love for Whitney over time was inspiring. It gave me that warm feeling inside. The idea that a love like that could and does exist. She was his world and he wanted everyone to know that.
Kaylee hit a homerun with this one.
The steamy moments were built up just right, and were beautiful.
The angst was there but not on overload.
It was one of those stories that you couldn't put down because you just had to know how it ended.
And when it did I wanted more.
Because letting go of Whitney and Aaron was something I just wasn't ready for.