I never expected to see my first love again after he left me 12 years ago. Though I’ve moved on, working with Tyler is no easy task- especially when he focuses his bedroom eyes on me. Flirting with the past is like playing with fire, and considering I’m engaged, I’m bound to get burned.
When the man I promised to marry reveals he’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing, I run to the safety of Tyler’s strong arms. As we grow closer, so do our feelings. Threats and ultimatums are made, and the revelation of the truth is enough to bring me to my knees. I’ll do whatever it takes to protect my family, even if it means shredding my heart.
Too dangerous, too unpredictable, too risky to handle alone – we need each other now more than ever.
After our world nearly collapses, there’s nothing left to do but take it back. Tyler and I team up to destroy the people who are determined to ruin our second chance at a happily ever after.
Though our love is undeniable, I just hope it’s enough. We’ll fight until the end to be together – regardless of who tries to get in our way.
Needing You Close is a slow burn, angsty second chance romance with lots of small-town Southern drama. It’s book two in the Tyler & Gemma duet and must be listened to in order.
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Seeing the evolution of Gemma’s character as the story unfolds from the woman who would do anything her fiancé asked to the strong, independent woman she became was great to see. She has realized that Tyler is the man who has always owned her heart however Robert is not about to just let her walk out of his life.
If battling Robert wasn’t enough for this couple to deal with someone from Tyler’s past is also interfering in their life. He will do anything to protect Gemma so that they can have the life they were meant to live but only time will tell if that is enough.
The characters are captivating, the storyline draws you in and has you invested in their happy ever after, the chemistry between them is intense. Gemma and Tyler’s journey is a story you don’t want to miss and the narrators did a great job with the angst and heat of the story.