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Sunday, 3 August 2014

Eternal Soulmate by Brooklyn Taylor

Eternal SoulmateEternal Soulmate by Brooklyn Taylor
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was asked by Brooklyn Taylor if I would be interested in reading and reviewing her book. I took a look at the blurb and thought I would give it a read, told her I give honest reviews.

The prologue was amazing! That really captures your interest and leaves you wanting more.

I started reading this, and from the narration at the beginning it starts to build a picture. You get introduced to Ash very early on.

Ash father left them when she was only 3 years old, she remembers hanging onto his legs because she didn't want him to go, although she was young, she remembers hiding away because of the horrendous fights her parents had. Finally, they split.

This of course is an emotional detriment that will stay with her as she grows up, and we see this in Ash. Ash gets older and starts to date, choosing the wrong men. Her first real boyfriend was Eric. She finds out he is two timing her, because she won't have sex with him, he dates someone else who will give him what he wants.

Ash at least knows her self worth. She got mad, of course she did, Eric was another man who she sees who treated her badly. But when chatting to her friend, she realizes that she never felt a thing when they kissed. She was quite numb to him.
So maybe its worked out for the best.

We get up to where her Mother dies, she kept her promise to scatter her ashes on a beach, for this, she has to go on a plane, Ash doesn't like flying.

To fulfill the promise, she has to fly, this is where Cooper comes in, instant attraction,  instant sex appeal on both sides.

I'm not saying anymore than that. This little bit of information is ONLY a small way into the book, so you can see, an awful lot of this story has to come.......but you are not getting that from me :)

I'm so glad that Brooklyn Taylor approached me to read her book. I would have definitely missed out on an excellent read.

She has style, and reading it, I don't know this author, but her personality seems to come through, there is a bit of wit and some cliches in there too, I found them very apt.

This book is intended for readers over 18. Sexual content, language and violence. 

Ashlynn Ellis’ life was finally coming together. After a troubled childhood she had control of her life just the way she wanted. She had her inner circle of trust consisting of McKoy and Grace who were her lifelong girlfriends which allowed her to keep the boundaries set. But an end-of-life journey for her estranged mother shakes Ashlynn’s distrusting self to the core, which unknowingly leads her to cross paths with her soulmate, Cooper Brooks. Ashlynn has never had a trusting man in her life nor did she want one. She has seen domestic abuse on the front line and can not let these memories go. 

Cooper Brooks is a police officer and has seen domestic violence at its worse. As a child with a hard upbringing, he commits himself to his career. He does not have time in his life for a woman and he doesn’t care to look for one; that is until he meets Ashlynn Ellis. 

Ashlynn and Cooper meet by what could only be orchestrated by a higher power, and for the first times in both their lives realize love is something they are missing. 

Will Ashlynn trust Cooper and let her guard down for this man that worships her? Can Cooper convince her to trust him and embrace the love he wants to give her? Will Ashlynn lose her internal battle and let Cooper in? When someone from her past comes back to destroy her can she protect Cooper, the love of her life, before it’s too late to protect herself? This a passionate love story between two people who were brought together by fate as soul mates made for each other. Is their destiny really meant to spend the rest of their lives together?


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