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After months of silence, here she stands on my front porch, waiting to be let in again. But it's the same play every time, and I know how this ends - I give her all I have, and she carries it with her on the way back to him.

I should turn her away, but I won't. Couldn't do it if I tried.

Because no matter how many times she pops back up, pulls me in, and drags me under, it will never be enough. I'll always want more. More of her. More for us.

And she'll always choose him.

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Meagan Brandy (P)2020 Tantor

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  • 2020-12-03

PARKER (Hero)

We meet Parker Baylor in Fumbled Hearts so I recommend listening to that first to get a backstory on some amazing characters that overlap into Defenseless Hearts. Can’t forget Lolli! Parker is the kind of selfless, loyal, patient, wears his heart on his sleeve type of guy & is in love with the one girl he can’t have. Kendra struggles with trying to do the right thing & hurting everyone in the process including herself. Is there a happy ending? This story is definitely a grab your tissues in more ways than one but well worth the listen! Thank you Meagan Brandy for another amazing story you never disappoint!

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  • Amanda Jackson
  • 2020-11-29

Lots of crying

I love this author. But this is probably my least favorite book of hers. I like the other little story lines that go along in this book. However I’m not a fan of weak heroine. Every chapter she is crying...every single one...it’s annoying. Story kinda drags on, you figure out she’s protecting/hiding a secret early on within the first couple of chapters then lots of fluff and dragging it out. I feel like I could have skipped the majority of the middle chapters and go straight to the end and not miss anything.