Promise Me You (The Eastons #2)

PROMISE ME YOU                                       MARINA ADAIR

Mackenzie Hart has made a career out of writing about eternal love, so when she finds her perfect match in Hunter Kane, she decides to put it all on the line. Irresistibly charming and drenched in alpha-male swagger, Hunter isn’t just the catch of the town—he’s Mackenzie’s best friend. Only someone beats her to the altar. After a fresh start and three years to recover, the last thing Mackenzie expects is for her old life to come knocking…
Recently divorced, musician Hunter Kane wants to reconnect with the woman he left behind. Admitting his biggest mistake comes first. What comes next is up to Mackenzie. He hopes she’ll give him a second chance. He may have been the one to break her heart, but he knows he can also be the one to mend it.
As a tenuous friendship turns into something more, Hunter’s life on the road beckons once again. Will love be enough to keep them together, or will their wildly different worlds be too much for them to overcome?
PAT'S REVIEW

I have read eight different books from this author and this book was something totally different from all of her other books. Different in the describing of the women and the way her body reacted to her male friend and for some of the other descriptions that had not been in her other books. I must say it did not take away from the story and I think I know why she did it but you must read this story. First, it starts out with Mackenzie Hart watching her best friend Hunter Kane go through the all of the steps of getting married except for the wedding. Mack and Hunter have a friendship that includes writing songs and playing music, but now Hunter is marrying a big-time female country star and the big label he has signed on with wants him to also drop the band he is with. Mack just can’t tell him that she has been in love with him for years now and leaves that night. Three years later with his marriage over and his career looking like it might also be over. He fights with his manager who also is his cousin to meet with the songwriting duo or Mac and Hunter. What he does not know is that Mac is Mackenzie and Mutt is Muttley is her Seeing Eye dog. Now you begin to see really how messed up Hunter is by the way he treats her that night, leaving her. Then not talking to her for days until he realizes his career and that of his band is at stake, he goes to her and her being blind is in a bind because he ends up moving in. they do write songs, and he does get his record but he really does not see or hear her. That is until the end when he is upset when she says no about going on a 16-month world tour. She cannot do it yet for reasons that are explained but he won’t listen. It is not until something happens that he opens his eyes. I think this is a good story from her side but also showing how he just wants a hit record and everything else is secondary until it is not. A good book with good characters. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 4 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com

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