Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Catherine Bybee - Half Empty review

I LOOOOOOOOOOVED this book! I think this was my favorite book from Catherine Bybee, yet!  Or at least until the next one, amirite!? Trina is a strong woman who has spent the last year through hell.  The last thing she is looking for is a man.  While she appreciates them from afar, she doesn't want one of her own. However, Wade offers assistance when she needs it most and they fall into an easy friendship. Wade enjoyed the fact that Trina had no idea who he was and he wanted to woo her. Heck, I fell for Wade and his sweet charm! Book boyfriend? Yes, please!  I enjoyed seeing the relationship between Trina and Wade develop, but neither one of them realized what was lying ahead of them! I enjoyed the twists and turns this story brought and the way things from the past had a way of bringing itself into the now.  I don't want to say too much and give this story away.  This was a FANTASTIC read and I can't recommend it enough!  This one left me with a delicious book hangover, too.  Be sure to grab your copy today.

New York Times bestselling author Catherine Bybee continues her sassy series with another of the First Wives finding that love and secrets are a dangerous combination.

Trina Petrov’s marriage-by-contract was only meant to be temporary. But when tragedy strikes, Trina is left one of the wealthiest women in the world. To recover from the shock, she takes some time off in Italy, swearing not to fall for any men while there. But that doesn’t mean she can’t fall for anyone on the trip home…

Country-music superstar Wade Thomas is lying low in a hotel bar when he gets the cold shoulder from the woman next to him. He’s used to fans fawning at his boots, and Trina is a refreshing change—so is the fact that she has no idea who he is.

As things begin to heat up, Trina discovers that the circumstances of her late husband’s death are not what they seemed. Now she’s in trouble, and Wade isn’t about to let her out of his sight. Getting close to love and danger could get them killed…or it could sweep them both off their feet.

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