The Truth About Us

Sorry for the later in the day review but between going back to working my non-summer hours early, mom duties, wife duties and getting one heck of a stomach bug… things are a little backed up this week. But have no fear, My View on The Truth About Us by R.C. Stephens in below.

The plot of this 351 page book is – Jolie

Griffin Campbell was the typical bad boy. My father warned me not to get too close. But he’s handsome as hell with eyes the color of the ocean, and he’s fiercely loyal and loves unconditionally. I couldn’t stay away when he was the only boy to ever claim my heart. I gave him all my firsts . . . and he left me behind.

Ten years later, he’s returned home offering answers as to why he left because he wants me back—only I’m not the broken-hearted teenager he once fell for. His pretty eyes and killer muscles aren’t enough to mend the hurt that rages inside me. 

Griffin

Jolie Bryant was my best friend’s little sister. She’s sexy as hell, sweet as sin, and very forbidden—my favorite memory and my biggest regret. 

I should stay away. I’m harboring secrets that will shatter her world. 

The thing about secrets is that they always find a way to come out. I just hope that when mine do, she won’t turn away from me . . . 

I want my second chance with the only girl I’ve ever loved, but it seems that fate has other plans.

 

My View – Now this is a book that has layers. The story has layers, the characters have layers… so many layers! Kind of like a blooming onion, each layer cut into pieces that then are weighed down, put to the test and then comes out a beautiful mound of deliciousness. That is exactly what this book is, a blooming onion and I am here for it.

In The Truth About Us you will travel through the past, present and the future to tie it all up with a pretty bow. There is depth and like I said, layers…

Click here to pick up your copy and start unraveling for yourself

 

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