Review for Watch Me Walk Away (Walking Series #1) by Jill Prand



Watch Me Walk Away
by Jill Prand
Genre: Erotic Romance




At the age of seventeen, Lisa was broken when Bobby left. He was suppose to be her first. First Love. First Time. First Everything. No word for six long years. She moved away from the painful reminders sacrificing her relationship with her best friend Brad. She struggled to rebuild her life. 



Now six years later she returns as a strong, successful woman grabbing a job at one of New York’s hottest marketing agencies. She is dating a gorgeous guy with his eyes on a corner office. But it all changes when she sees Bobby. 


Can she risk another heartbreak from Bobby? Will she be able to repair her friendship with Brad? Lisa will have to decide between the man she's with, and the two men that want her. 

Who will she be with, and who will she tell to "Watch Me Walk Away?"

Kim's Review

Jill Prand's "Watch Me Walk Away" is the first book in her Walking series. Follow Lisa, a marketing rep, as she moves back to New York. She meets up with her old high school friends and is taken back into the past when her high school boyfriend shows back up. What happened to Bobby? Why is he back now? Did she ever stop loving him? What happens when her best friend, Brad, reveals he still wants her back? Will she give him another chance or will she go back to Bobby, the man who broke her heart and never gave back all the pieces? Find out in this book.

4 out of 5 stars




I live in Northern New Jersey. I am a wife and mother of two girls. I have been an avid reader my whole life, I cannot remember a Sunday afternoon that did not include my parents reading. We had a huge bookshelf in our den with a diverse set of authors like Ayn Rand, Stephen King, Mario Puzo & Danielle Steele.

I have always had ideas and characters running around my head but it took a few good friends to push me to start putting them down on paper.

I hope you enjoy my musings. Please feel free to contact me I would love to hear from you.


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